SEBA controller of examination Nayanjyoti Sarma said that the Assam Secondary Education Council (SEBA) has decided to change the format of question papers in four subjects for the High School Leaving Certificate Examination (HSLC). The question paper will mainly cover all the curriculum subjects and contain objective questions.
The SEBA official said two question papers of 50 percent each would be prepared to make students more active in the four subjects of English, Social Science, General Science, and Mathematics and cover all aspects of the curriculum. Students will have to answer an objective question of 45 marks of these. There will be one mark for each such question.
On the other hand, different questions will be included in the question paper to be prepared for the other 45 marks. A total of 90 marks will be designed, while another ten marks will be awarded through internal assessment.
The Controller of Examinations said the template or model of such question papers for the High School Leaving Certificate Examination has already been made available on the SEBA website.
In addition, the model has been sent to every school so that students can master what kind of questions will come up in HSLC or what kind of question pattern will be in the question paper.