The Central Board of Secondary Education ( CBSE ) has started modifying the design of question papers by 2025 in each successive year to make the questions conform to test comprehension rather than subject matter.
This information was given by the Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank in the Lok Sabha on 8 February in written reply to the questions of Anil Ferozia, Deep Singh Shankar Singh Rathore and Mohanbhai Kudariya. He said that CBSE syllabus covers creative areas like music, dance, fine arts and design, coding, artificial intelligence.
The Education Minister said that CBSE has added 10 percent higher order application oriented source (high order application oriented source / case) based questions on real-life contexts in each successive year till the year 2025 to make the understanding more consistent than the content. Has started revising the design of question papers. Nishank said that to promote critical and creative thinking in children and to generate curiosity by connecting learning with real-life situations, CBSE introduced Critical and Creative Thinking (CCT) lessons in English, Mathematics and Science on a weekly and monthly basis. Has also started providing.

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