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Sahodaya exam dates

Patna, Aug. 27: The Patliputra Sahodaya has announced examination dates for Summative Assessment I in Classes IX and X.

There are two summative assessments in Classes IX and X. It carries 30 marks. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) had advised the sahodayas to prepare the routine. Exams for social science in Class IX would take place from September 18 and for English Communicative on September 20. The science paper is on September 23 and Sanskrit/Hindi on September 25, Fundamentals of Information Technology (FIT) on September 27 and mathematics on September 29.

For Class X students, FIT paper is on day one, September 18, social science on September 19 and mathematics on September 22. The science paper is on September 24, Sanskrit/Hindi on September 26 and English Communicative on September 29.

There are two Sahodayas in Bihar. There are 168 schools under Patliputra Sahodaya and less than 20 under the Gaya Sahodaya.

Patliputra Sahodaya secretary C.B. Singh said: “Sahodaya is a social body of the CBSE, which, as per guidelines, ensures implementation of policies, rules and regulations keeping local perspectives in mind. The sahodayas have to ensure that all schools grow and quality is exchanged. No school should be left behind and all schools have to be up to the mark.”

Singh said the CBSE’s slogan for Sahodayas is “To Rise Together”.

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