The Himachal Pradesh Board of School Education (HPBOSE) is all set to make changes in the question paper pattern of class 9 and 11. The candidates must note that the changes will from next academic session. The HP Board is planning to change the number of MCQs in the question paper of class 9 and class 11.
According to the sources, the board will also take suggestions from the board teachers regarding the changes. HPBOSE is conducting the board exams of class 9 and 11 under PISA. According to this pattern, there will be 20 percent multiple choice questions in Science of class 9 and 20 percent MCQs will be asked in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology of class 11. The other subjects will contain 15 percent MCQs of the total asked questions.
According to the aglasem.com, the Public Relations Officer of the HP Board has also said that from the next academic session, the teachers will go through various workshops in which they will be able to give the suggestions about the question paper pattern. On the basis of the workshop, the new paper format will be made.
The Himachal Pradesh Board of School Education (HPBOSE) came into existence in 1969 with its office in the city of Dharamshala. Formulating policies, school syllabus, conducting the examination, evaluating board examination copies come under its jurisdiction. It regulates and supervises more than 8,000 schools in the state of Himachal Pradesh. Under its HP Board Examination, more than five lakh students participate yearly. Apart from the SSC and the HSC examinations, the board conducts J.B.T and T.T.C examinations too.