CBSE announced Board exam back and three Indian languages compulsory for CBSE class X students.

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The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) made decisions Board exam back and three Indian languages compulsory for CBSE class X students.

Board exams for Class X are set to become compulsory for all CBSE students from 2017-2018 as CBSE’s governing body members and HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar approved a proposal in this regard sources told PTI in New Delhi.

Currently, it is optional for CBSE students to choose either the board exam or a school-based examination.

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Tuesday approved a proposal to compulsory Class X board examination from the 2017-18 academic years. Three languages like English, Hindi, and one regional language.

As of now, it is optional for CBSE students to choose either the Board exam or a school-based examination.

The sources said while there is a view that for the Class X Board exams, 80 percent weightage will be given to the marks scored in examinations while 20 percent weightage will be given to school-based evaluation.

Board exams for Class X to become compulsory for all CBSE students from 2017-2018