GBSHE releases final date sheet for Std 12 first term exam to be held from December 8

Goemkarponn desk
PANAJI: Goa Board has released the final date sheet for the Std XII First Terminal Examination of December 2021. The exams will commence on Dec 8,2021, and continue till Jan 5,2022.
For most subjects, exams for students of the general streams will be conducted in the multiple-choice questions (MCQ and Subjective pattern) format. Students will answer the exam on OMR sheet.
The HSSC exam will be conducted at 18 centres.  The practicals for the SSC examination will be held from March 1 to March 11, 2022, while those for the NSQF subjects will be held from February 14, 2022, onwards.
The practical for the SSC examination for pre-vocational/children with special needs will be held on
January 21, 2022 at the school level, while onMarch 14, 2022 at the Board level.
The SSC exam will be conducted at 31 centres.
For both the exams, the submission of grades of school assessment subjects, internal assessment marks, continuous evaluation and sports merit marks will have to be submitted through
Goa board sources informed that the board will be conducting first term exams for HSSC and SSC for the first time to help students release their stress.
“Every question paper of these exams will be of 90-minute duration,” they added.
The first-term exam for HSSC will commence on December 8, 2021, while that for SSC will start on December 1, 2021.
In all, approximately 18,200 students will appear for the HSSC, while 21,300 students for SSC. For the current academic year, 2021-2022, the Goa board, instead of one end-term examination, has devised a special assessment scheme for the board examinations in light of the COVID pandemic.
As per the scheme, one term ends in November-December and the other in March-April.
As per the new pattern, the first-term examinations will be held with 50 per cent marks in the form of multiple-choice questions and one-mark questions, while 50 per cent marks for the second term in the form of subjective questions.


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