The CBSE board was introduced by the government of India and it has become popular to a certain extent because of its comprehensive syllabus pattern. It is designed to support both the higher and intermediate levels of education. Every year changes are made by the CBSE board either in the examination pattern or in the marking procedure. This year it has introduced new rules for class 10.
As per the CBSE new rules for Class 10, the marking scheme has been declined from various sections to two sections. In this new system, the 80 marks of the exam which will be major will be handled by the board and the other 20 marks will be considered internal marks and it will be issued by their respective schools.