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Monday 22 August 2022

AP 10th SSC Public Exams in Six Papers from 2022-23

AP 10th SSC Public Exams in Six Papers from 2022-2023 AP SSC Exam New Pattern 2022-23 Six Paper System for SSC 2022-23 onwards AP 10th Public Exams will be Conducted in Six Papers Introduction of six 6 paper pattern in SSC Public Examinations from the AY 2022-23 onwards G.O.Ms.No.136 Dated: 22.08.2022 

School Education  Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation pattern of examination system Introduction of six (6) paper pattern in SSC Public Examinations from the AY 2022-23 onwards, duly amending the G.O.Ms.No. 82, School Education (Prog. II) Department, Dated:29-10-2015- Orders - Issued.

AP 10th SSC Public Exams in Six Papers from 2022-23

పదో తరగతి పరీక్ష విధానంలో రాష్ట్ర ప్రభుత్వం కీలక మార్పులు చేసింది. ఇకనుంచి ఆరు పరీక్షలు మాత్రమే నిర్వహించాలని నిర్ణయించింది. ఈవిధానాన్ని 2022-23 విద్యాసంవత్సరం నుంచి అమలు చేయాలని ఆదేశాలు జారీచేసింది. ఈమేరకు విద్యాశాఖ కార్యదర్శి రాజశేఖర్ ఉత్తర్వులు జారీ చేశారు. గతంలో పదో తరగతి పరీక్షల్లో 11పేపర్లు ఉండగా కొవిడ్‌ కారణంగా 7 పేపర్లకు రాష్ట్ర ప్రభుత్వం కుదించిన విషయం తెలిసిందే. అయితే, తాజాగా ఫిజికల్‌ సైన్స్‌, బయోలజికల్‌ సైన్స్‌ను కలిపి ఒకే పేపర్‌గా నిర్వహించాలని నిర్ణయించింది.


Read the Following:

1. G.O.Ms.No. 82, SE(Prog.II) Dept., dated: 29-10-2015. 
2. G.O.Ms.No.30, SE (Prog. II) Dept., dated:12.06.2020.
3. G.O.Ms.No.8, SE (Prog.11) Dept., dated:12.02.2021. 
4. G.O.Ms.No.79, SE (Prog.II) Dept., dated: 17.12.2021.
5. From the CSE, e-file Computer No.1740342, dated: 07.08.2022.


In the reference 1" read above, Government have introduced Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) pattern of examination system for Classes VI to X and ordered that CCE pattern of examination system for class X in fullest extent should be adopted from the AY 2016-17 onwards with 11 papers.

In the references 3rd and 4th read above, Government have issued orders to conduct SSC public Examinations, 2021 and 2022 with seven paper pattern to reduce the strain caused to the students due to COVID-19 pandemic, in relaxation of the G.O 1st read above.

In the reference 5 read above, the Commissioner of School Education, has stated that, the Director, SCERT submitted report on the pros and cons of the examination system stating that, the (11) paper system of examination was introduced before commencement of Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation system in the State. Before the CCE system, there was a practice of evaluating the student in 4 unit tests and two terminal tests. In order to test the student extensively, public examinations for X class were conducted with 11 papers and it was extended to class IX to prepare the student for next coming public examination system. But, after the introduction of CCE system, a student is being tested continuously besides (4) Formative tests and two Terminal tests. Hence, there is no need to test the student again extensively in the public examination. The CBSE conducts examinations only one paper for subject to minimize the examination stress. Therefore, SCERT has suggested to conduct SSC Examinations in (6) or (7) paper system, The Commissioner of School Education, while submitting the report of the SCERT, has therefore, requested the Government to issue necessary orders in the matter.

Government has a policy to affiliate Government Schools with CBSE and prepare the first batch of students to write the CBSE public exam in the AY 2024-25, and accordingly, here by decided to align with CBSE (6) paper pattern.

Accordingly, in partial modification of the orders issued in the G.O 1st read above, Government hereby order to introduce six (6) paper pattern for SSC Public Examinations from the AY 2022-23 on wards, according to which, Physical Science and Biological Sciences shall be in same paper and answer scripts shall be distributed separately, and languages and non-languages shall be assessed with one single question paper.

The Commissioner of School Education, the Director, SCERT and Director of Government Examinations, shall take further necessary action accordingly, in the matter.

Download G.O.Ms.No.136 Dated: 22.08.2022

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