The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) has decided to introduce a 20-mark project work for English and Mathematics papers for Indian School Certificate (ISC) examination in 2021. The CISCE had earlier planned to implement it from 2022.

The English and Mathematics exams will be divided into two parts — theory (80 marks) and project work (20 marks) — instead of a single written exam of 100 marks.

“The pattern of assessment of the project work shall be the same as given in the document ISC Year 2022 Regulations and Syllabuses,” said the CISCE in a circular.

The project work for English is divided into listening skill (5 marks), speaking skill (5 marks) and writing skill (5 marks for internal + 5 marks for external).

In speaking skill, candidates have to choose from topics like narrate and experience, giving a report and expressing an opinion or theme-based conversation.

Writing skill requires candidates to write on topics in 500 and 1000 words. Specimen question papers for English and Mathematics will be soon available on the CISCE website. The mathematics projects would consist of graphs, trigonometric functions or linear equations among others.
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