The question pattern for the matriculation and intermediate examination to be conducted in February-March next year will change. The Department of School Education and Literacy is preparing it. After the release of the revised syllabus, it will be mentioned in the model paper, which will help the candidates.
There will be all types of subjective question options except objective. To answer each subjective question, students will have two question options.
Currently, not every type of subjective questions has options. In some questions, only options are given, from which one has to make the candidates.
The students’ studies have been hampered badly due to the coronavirus and related lockdown that resulted in the closure of schools. The government is not able to provide digital content to all children.
In this case, the syllabus is being shortened. Matric and inter syllabus are more important than other classes. Thus, the Department of School Education and Literacy has decided to provide more choice of questions instead of cutting down the syllabus.
Some less important chapters will be removed from the books of all subjects and the information will be made available to the students through the revised syllabus.
All the chapters in the revised syllabus will be questioned in the matriculation and intermediate exams. If there are more chapters in the book and the number of questions asked in the exam is less, then two chapters will be asked with the option of one question. This will not cause any trouble to the students and the impact of the education which has been disrupted due to the closure of the school will also be reduced.
On the revised syllabus of the first to 12th class and the revised academic calendar, the final decision will be taken this week.