Editorial Team

In effect to the alteration in the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Board Exam, India’ leading coaching institute for JEE, NEET and other engineering and medical competitive exams, Vidyamandir Classes conducted a masterclass on MCQ based question paper.

While the decision was a landmark change in the history of the CBSE board exam, VMC intends to train students in a way such that they can learn the quintessence of attempting the MCQ based exam with ease while maximising their marks, avoiding common mistakes and acing it like a champion.

In the absolutely new structure introduced by CBSE for the Academic session 2021-22, the boards will be conducted in two terms, with each exam covering 50% of the syllabus. While term 1 will be conducted in November – December, term 2 is scheduled in March-April.

In light of the changing trend laid down by CBSE, masterclass organized by VMC witnessed a huge registration of over 8000 from 160 different schools across the nation.

Mr. Saurabh Kumar, Director- Academics, VMC, addressed the do’s and don’ts while highlighting the important rules of approaching the new exam pattern. “In order to facilitate and promote the essentials of organising and attempting the new CBSE MCQ Based Term-1 Exam with Ease, VMC has been conducting an interactive and engaging workshops and masterclasses for both teachers and students respectively. The sessions which are taken place both offline and online aims to upskill the teachers with the essentials of steering the exam, while students are instilled with the requisites to excel the exam with finesse,” said Mr. Kumar.

The 1st term will include MCQs from assertion-based, comprehension based and case study-based questions and will be held for 90 minutes. Whereas the 2nd term to be conducted in March-April will have questions in different formats including case-based, situation-based, open-ended questions in both short and long answer format.

Through the workshops and master-classes, VMC endures its legacy of over 35 years of imparting value in the education sphere.

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