Paper pattern of 9th and 10th class (Matric) with paper scheme 2022. This syllabus is for all subjects of 9th & 10th for the session 2023. Paper pattern is issued by BOARD OF INTERMEDIATE AND SECONDERARY Education LAHORE. It was stated by the Punjab Boards Committee of Chairpersons in its meeting of 11-01-2023 “It is clarified to increase the awareness of teachers, student’s parents, and other stakeholder that Boards of Intermediate and Secondary Education in the Punjab do not intend to modify the current pattern of papers in vogue at the SSC/HSSC levels. However the PHCC has already adopted the pattern.
Paper Pattern of 9th and 10th:
Grading System as of 2023, and one of the primary goals of this paradigm shift was to enhance the assessment system, including the quality and the standard of the Question Papers. In this sense, the shifting from rote memorizing to learning conceptually was one of the major components of this plan.
When analyzing the Question Papers of the Boards of previous years and observing that questions. That test comprehension of concepts, as well as the ability to apply previously learned knowledge. As well as other aspects were not considered and properly developed by paper setters.
Because of this, the proportion of such questions could differ from subject to subject. The PHCC observed that there is a urgent to determine a correct proportion of the various areas of study, to ensure that our paper setters can follow this benchmark for paper setting in the future. The ratio in the notification above is to help guide paper setters and for other participants. This is for general awareness. It is specifically for 2023.
Types of Questions in Paper 2023:
Memorization-based questions or understanding of the subject or student: A minimum of 70% as in the requirements in the matter. Questions that are based on understanding of concepts or areas of knowledge: Minimum 20 percent of the questions in the subject or paper. The questions are based on the ability of the student to apply skills Minimum 10% of all questions.
The proportion of this can vary in accordance with the nature of content. Additional levels of learning such as analysis, synthesis and evaluation could be included by paper setters based on the needs of the subject curriculum.