What students had to say after the 12th CBSE Psychology Exam?

What students had to say after the 12th CBSE Psychology Exam?

The CBSE's principal goals were to serve educational institutions more effectively and to be sensitive to the educational needs of pupils whose parents worked in the Central Government and had often transferable jobs around the country. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) was established in 1962 with the primary objective of creating a consistent standard and platform for all students in the country. CBSE has grown from 302 affiliated schools in 1962 to over 18000 institutions throughout the country today. CBSE has always set a high educational level in India. CBSE has revolutionized the country's education system with its significant educational initiatives. CBSE Importance in Indian Education: CBSE is one of the most popular boards in the country for a variety of reasons. CBSE is committed to ensuring consistency among all students across India. The number of schools that affiliate with it each year reflects its efficacy. It covers the fundamental and broad information essential for a youngster to progress in his or her education. Not only have All India Board exams for Std 10th and 12th been implemented.

The CBSE was established to fulfill many interconnected goals: to specify examination conditions and to conduct public examinations after Class X and XII. To bestow qualifying certificates to successful applicants from associated schools. To address the educational needs of youngsters whose parents worked in transferable occupations? Prescribe and revise the examination course of instruction. To associate institutions to examine and raise the country's academic standards.

The Board's primary focus is on innovations in teaching-learning approaches through the development of student-friendly and student-centered paradigms. Examining and evaluating processes are being reformed. Increasing skill acquisition by incorporating job-related and job-oriented information. Regularly upgrading the pedagogical abilities of teachers and administrators through in-service training programs, workshops, and so on. CBSE Class 12 Psychology Term 1 Test: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) held the Class 12 Psychology Term 1 exam on Saturday, December 11. Here's what students had to say after the exam.

Board has been a huge stress for the students and parents but not because of the paper but because of the constant pressure given by society to maintain a certain standard for the exam. It sometimes leads to serious consequences. Here are some viewpoints of the psychology students.

In Lucknow, the students said that The psychology question paper was not challenging for CBSE Class 12 students in Lucknow. "The paper was a little complicated, but thanks to adequate supervision, I was able to discriminate and answer almost every question properly," Vanshika Rai, a student at GD Goenka Public School in Lucknow, said. "Paper was conventional and conceptual in character," remarked Shubh Pandey, a student at the same school. "Paper was easy, and I could easily try all the questions in the provided time frame," claimed Vaishali Lalwani, a Class 12 student. "The practice sets done in class helped a lot in attempting the questions because most of the topics were already covered in class," stated Manvendra, a Class 12 C student. "The paper was average in difficulty level and primarily from the NCERT curriculum," remarked Sonakshi Gupta, a Class 12A student.

In Chandigarh, The class 12 psychology paper was a little perplexing for the pupils. Ritu Agarwal, a psychology teacher at Sector 23 Government Model Senior Secondary School, commented on this "Question 55 had an image that was not in the psychology textbook and was most likely borrowed from the sociology syllabus. Otherwise, the paper was a little difficult for the ordinary student. Students, on the other hand, were able to attempt it properly."

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