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Revised Syllabus for Class 10 JAC Board, Check Details Here

Jharkhand:  As approved by the CM Hemant Soren, there has been a reduction in the syllabus of government schools. The news syllabus has been released.

“The state government has finally cleared our draft proposal to slash syllabus for current fiscal in the wake of the extended closure of schools due to the Covid-19 induced lockdown. From Monday, we shall start sending details of the new syllabus to everyone across the state,” said JEPC project director Shailesh Chourasiya.

Details to the Revised Syllabus of Class 10 JAC Board

The School and Literacy Department has prepared the revised syllabus for the JAC (Jharkhand Academic Council) Board.  It revised a 60% syllabus for all subjects that have been imparted in all government and non-government schools based on NCERT and JCERT recognized textbooks.

The government of Jharkhand has also approved to provide class 10 education based on the revised syllabus recognized by the department.

JAC (Jharkhand Academic Council) will conduct class 10th board examination 2021 based on the latest revised syllabus.

The students can now download the new syllabus for each subject through a single click on the links provided below:

Subject-Wise New Syllabus (60%)

Maths –  Click here 

Science –  Click here 

Social Science – Click here 

Hindi – Click here

English – Click here 

All Additional Subject – Click here

Exam Pattern of JAC 10th Board

Si. No. Subject Total No. of Questions Total Marks Time Allotted
1 English 11 80+20* 3 hrs
2 Hindi 14 80+20* 3 hrs
3 Mathematics 30 80+20* 3 hrs
4 Science 26 80+20* 3 hrs
5 Social Science 27 80+20* 3 hrs
6 Sanskrit (Additional Subject) 14 80+20* 3 hrs

 

*At the school level, the JAC 10th practical examination is of 20 marks.

Note: Altogether, comprising each subject, there will be a total of 122 questions with 600 marks. In the examination, questions will be asked on the basis of a 60% syllabus from 5 compulsory subjects and one additional subject. Each subject in the examination will be of 100 marks, in which it is mandatory for the students to score 33 marks to pass.

(Source: Jharupdate)

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