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No internal marks for tenth standard students

No internal marks for tenth standard students
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The state government has taken a decision to do away with the internal marks of 20 percent in the tenth standard, exams being conducted by SSC Board, on Friday.

Amaravati: The state government has taken a decision to do away with the internal marks of 20 percent in the tenth standard, exams being conducted by SSC Board, on Friday. The government brought certain amendments to the existing rules and regulations.

Among all the changes, the important development is it directed the SSC Board to conduct exams for 100 marks per each subject.

"Student is awarded 100 marks. This includes 80% from Summative Assessment 2 which is final exam and 20% internal marks. The calculation of 20% internal marks from 4 Formative Assessments (50x4=200) and Summative Assessment 1 (80 x 1 = 80) shall be done for total 280 marks from classes VI to IX. For class X, the calculation of 20% internal marks would be from 4 Formative Assessments (50x4=200) i.e. for 10% marks and Summative Assessment-1 (80 x 1 = 80 marks ) for 10% marks. Finally, student is awarded 100 marks. This includes 80% from Summative Assessment 2 which is final exam and 20% internal marks."

The calculation of 20% internal marks from 4 Formative Assessments (50x4=200) and Summative Assessment 1 (80 x 1 = 80) shall be done for total 280 marks from classes VI to IX.

There will be no weightage for Internal Marks for Class X. Summative Assessment -1, Pre-Final Examinations, SSC Board Examinations will be conducted for 100 marks duly following the existing 11 paper system.

First Language, Third Language & Non-Language subjects contain two papers and each paper will be conducted for 50 marks. Second Language paper will be conducted for 100 marks. For Composite Course, Paper -1 is for 70 marks and Paper-2 is for 30 marks. However, four Formative Assessments will be conducted for 50 marks for Class-X.

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