Kendriya Vidyalayas to conduct term-end exams from March 1
The descriptive questions will be of a couple of sentence answers. The oral examination will be held prior to the commencement of the session ending the exam. “Whenever there are major connectivity issues, the oral test element can replace the entire written test,” based on the notification.
The session end examinations will be held in both online and offline mode. “Offline only for those trainees who dont have access to gadgets or connectivity related concerns,” KV notification pointed out.
For classes 3 to 5, the examinations will be of 40 marks and, the paper will have MCQs of 10 marks, 15 marks weightage to descriptive, oral concerns. The duration of the exam will be 1 hour for classes 3 to 5, 2 hours for classes 6 to 8, and 3 hours for classes 9 and 11.
The oral exam will be held prior to the beginning of the session ending the test.
The result will be revealed by March 31. The trainees of classes 9 and 11 who could unclear the exam can appear in the supplementary examination to be held after April 20. For details on the exam schedule, paper pattern, please inspect the website- kvsangathan.nic.in..
For classes 3 to 5, the tests will be of 40 marks and, the paper will have MCQs of 10 marks, 15 marks weightage to detailed, oral concerns. The duration of the examination will be 1 hour for classes 3 to 5, 2 hours for classes 6 to 8, and 3 hours for classes 9 and 11.
KV examination schedule.
The term-end examinations in Kendriya Vidyalayas will be held from March 1. According to the notice released today, the Kendriya Vidyalayas will perform the session ending examination from March 1 to 20 of classes 3 to 11.