BSEM notes: Get questions and answers for Classes 9, 10, 11 & 12

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At Online Free Notes, we provide study materials for students in the English medium who are studying under the Board of Secondary Education, Manipur (BSEM) for classes 9, 10, 11, and 12. These materials include notes, answers to questions, solutions, multiple choice questions (MCQs), and PDFs for different subjects. To access these study materials, please select your class, the specific subject, and chapter you need the notes for, and proceed accordingly.

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About BSEM (Manipur)

The Manipur Legislative Assembly passed a law in 1972 that established the Board of Secondary Education, Manipur (BSEM) in that state. The Board of Secondary Education, Manipur, was given responsibility for prescribing the requirements for granting recognition of standards I and VIII as part of the Act’s amendment in 2004.

Currently, the Board has 786 high and higher secondary schools (226 public, 103 government-aided, and 457 private) affiliated with it for class X certification at the end of the secondary stage. Either the state’s government or private organisations are in charge of running the schools. The Board is also responsible for the creation of the curriculum and syllabus, as well as the preparation, printing, and distribution of textbooks for classes I through X.

At the conclusion of class X, the Board only administers public exams for the subjects covered in class X. In order to maintain uniformity, standard, and quality, the Board will begin holding a common question examination at the end of class VIII beginning with the 2010–2011 academic year. The test will be given and the answer sheets checked by the schools themselves. The Board and the Manipur government’s text-book directorate must receive the results of the mark tally, though.

The Board took advantage of the opportunity to adopt the Scheme of Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation in classes IX and X in the academic areas in 1993–1994 as the state’s educational climate deteriorated and the pass percentage of the HSLC Examination was passing a low phase. The 1992 Program of Action was planned and given significant consideration in the Scheme. The HSLC exam pass rate, student attendance, and teacher-student relations had all improved as a result. Even though the Board encountered some difficulties in implementing the CCE Scheme in the schools, the Board was still able to accomplish its intended objective.

After successfully implementing the CCE scheme in classes IX and X, the Board has now decided to expand the programme to include classes III through VIII starting with the 2010 academic year in all the state’s schools it has approved. Additionally, the Co-Scholastic areas are being covered, and the Scheme will be launched as soon as possible.

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