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CBSE Exams to Test Creativity Skills

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The Central Board of Secondary Education is planning to implement a new examination system for Class X and Class XII. The question papers will be based on creative, critical thinking and innovation,  according to Anurag Tripathi, Secretary, CBSE. Teachers will have to be trained keeping in mind the need to develop critical thinking and creativity. CBSE has changed the exam pattern for the 2020 examinations by including 20 marks for internal assessments. The minimum marks for pass in practical and theory is 33%.