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  • Written by gnanambigai
  • Last Modified on 23-01-2023
  • Written by gnanambigai
  • Last Modified on 23-01-2023

About Exam

About Exam

Exam Brief

The Class 7 Manipur board is the second-year examination of students in middle school. The syllabus covered in the class 7th Manipur board is an extension of those covered in the 6th grade. The board examination for Class 7 will be conducted in a way similar to the CBSE examinations. The education board of Manipur conducts the Class 7 exam, along with other primary and secondary exams, every year.

                                                                                                                                                                                                    The Board of Secondary Education of Manipur (BSEM) was established by an Act of Manipur Legislative Assembly in 1972 and by the amendment of the Act in 2004, besides the academic activities, the prescription of conditions for granting recognition of standards I till VIII were also entrusted upon the Board of Secondary Education, Manipur. This year, the exams are most likely to take place in the month of March 2022. The timetable is yet to be published for the class 7th exam.

Exam Summary

In Manipur, the Board of Secondary Education (BSEM) is a school education board. The BSEM is in charge of controlling, regulating, organising, and overseeing all aspects of school education in Manipur.

Name of the Exam Manipur Class 7th Board Examination
Conducting Body Manipur Board of Secondary Education
Frequency of Conduct Yearly
Exam Level Class 7
Mode of Application Offline
Exam Start Date Dates are yet to be announced
Exam Duration 2 hours for each subject

Official Website Link

https://manipureducation.gov.in/

Exam Pattern

Exam Pattern

Exam pattern details - Total time

The exams of Manipur Board class 7 are held for 2 hours or 120 minutes, each.

Syllabus and Blueprint

Exam Syllabus

Exam Syllabus for Class 7

The Manipur Board 2022 exam pattern includes the distribution of marks, exam duration, and the minimum qualifying marks. Students should keep themselves informed of the Manipur board exam pattern for better preparation. When the CCE format is used, exams are divided into two categories:

  • Tests on a regular basis: Each subject will have four tests in June, July, October and November.
  • Term Tests: Each topic has two tests in September and February. In each topic, 20% of the marks are maintained for internal assessment, while 80% of the marks are kept for external examination.

The subjects included in the syllabus of Manipur class 7th are:

  1. Mathematics
  2. Science
  3. Social Science
  4. First Language – Manipuri/ Hindi/ Others
  5. Second Language – English
  6. Third Language
    1. Manipuri – for those who do not offer Manipuri as the First Language
    2. Hindi – for those who do not offer Hindi as the First Language
    3. Elementary Hindi or Elementary Manipuri – for those who do not offer Manipur or Hindi as the First Language
    4. Any one of the recognised tribal languages – for those who do not offer tribal languages as the First Languages

Manipur Board Class 7 Mathematics Syllabus

Manipur board Class 7 Mathematics syllabus is given in the table below. The table gives the names of the chapters included in the exam.

Chapter Number Chapter Name
1 Integers
2 Fractions and Decimals
3 Data Handling
4 Simple Equations
5 Lines and Angles
6 The Triangle and its Properties
7 Congruence of Triangles
8 Comparing Quantities
9 Rational Numbers
10 Practical Geometry
11 Perimeter and Area
12 Algebraic Expressions
13 Exponents and Powers
14 Symmetry
15 Visualising Solid Shape

Manipur Board Class 7 Science Syllabus 

The table below gives the Science syllabus.

Chapter Number Chapter Name
1 Nutrition in Plants
2 Nutrition in Animals
3 Fibre to Fabric
4 Heat
5 Acids, Bases and Salts
6 Physical and Chemical Changes
7 Weather, Climate and Adaptations of Animals of Climate
8 Winds, Storms and Cyclones
9 Soil
10 Respiration in Organisms
11 Transportation in Animals and Plants
12 Reproduction in Plants
13 Motion and Time
14 Electric Current and its Effects
15 Light
16 Water – A Precious Resource
17 Forests – Our Lifeline
18 Wastewater Story

Manipur Board Class 7 Social Science Syllabus

The Social Science syllabus contains three sections:

  • History
  • Political Science
  • Geography

Class 7 History Syllabus (Our Pasts II)

The chapters included from the History portion of Manipur class 7th Social Science examination are given below.

Chapter Number Chapter Name
1 Tracing Changes through a Thousand Years
2 New Kings and Kingdoms
3 The Delhi Sultans
4 The Mughal Empire
5 Rulers and Buildings
6 Towns, Traders and Craftspersons
7 Tribes, Nomads and Settled Communities
8 Devotional Paths to the Divine
9 The Making of Regional Cultures
10 Eighteenth-Century Political Formations

Class 7 Political Science Syllabus

The chapters included in the Political Science portion of the subject of Social Science are given in the table below.

Chapter Number Chapter Name
1 On Equality
2 Role of the Government in Health
3 How the State Government Works
4 Growing up as Boys and Girls
5 Women Change the World
6 Understanding Media
7 Understanding Advertising
8 Markets Around Us
9 A Shirt in the Market
10 Struggles for Equality

Class 7 Geography Syllabus (Our Environment)

The chapters included in the Geography portion of Social Science are given in the table below.

Chapter Number Chapter Name
1 On Equality
2 Role of the Government in Health
3 How the State Government Works
4 Growing up as Boys and Girls
5 Women Change the World
6 Understanding Media
7 Understanding Advertising
8 Markets Around Us
9 A Shirt in the Market
10 Struggles for Equality

Class 7 English Syllabus 

The English syllabus is constructed so that it promotes language growth, vocabulary development through reading extensively with comprehension and interest and writing activities of a higher order. The table below gives the names of the chapters included in class 7thManipur board examination.

Chapter Number Chapter Name
Chapter 1 Three Questions
Chapter 2 A Gift of Chappals
Chapter 3 Gopal and the Hilsa Fish
Chapter 4 The Ashes that Made Trees Bloom
Chapter 5 Quality
Chapter 6 Expert Detectives
Chapter 7 The Invention of Vita – Wonk
Chapter 8 Fire Friend and Foe
Chapter 9 A Bicycle in Good Repair
Chapter10 The Story of Cricket
Chapter Name of the Poem
Chapter 11 The Squirrel
Chapter 12 The Rebel
Chapter 13 The Shed
Chapter 14 Chivvy
Chapter 15 Trees
Chapter 16 Mystery of the Talking Fan
Chapter 17 Dad and the Cat and the Tree
Chapter 18 Meadow Surprises
Chapter 19 Garden Snake

English Grammar

Apart from this, Grammar is also an important part of the English syllabus. The topics included in the English Grammar section are:

1. Determiners

2. Linking Words

3. Adverbs (place and type)

4. Tense Forms

5. Clauses

6. Passivisation

7. Adjectives (comparative and superlative)

8. Modal Auxiliaries

9. Word Order in Sentence Types

10. Reported Speech

Exam Blueprint

Mathematics Blueprint

For the Manipur board Class 7 examination, a blueprint similar to CBSE is used for evaluation in exams. The table below shows the blueprint of Mathematics.

Chapter Name of the Chapter Marks Weightage
Term I Term II
Chapter 1 Integers 7  
Chapter 2 Fractions and Decimals 8  
Chapter 3 Data Handling 7  
Chapter 4 Simple Equations 7  
Chapter 5 Lines and Angles 6  
Chapter 6 The Triangle and its Properties   3
Chapter 7 Congruence of Triangles   4
Chapter 8 Comparing Quantities   4
Chapter 9 Rational Numbers   5
Chapter 10 Practical Geometry   3
Chapter 11 Perimeter and Area   6
Chapter 12 Algebraic Expressions   6
Chapter 13 Exponents and Powers   6
Chapter 14 Symmetry 5  
Chapter 15 Visualising Solid Shapes   3
  Summative Assessment (SA) 40 40
  Formative Assessment (FA) 10 10
  Total 50 50

Science Blueprint

The table below shows the names of the chapters and the marks weightage allotted to each of the chapters in Science.

Chapter Name of the Chapter Marks weightage
Term I Term II
Chapter 1 Nutrition in Plants 5  
Chapter 2 Nutrition in Animals 6  
Chapter 3 Fibre to Fabric   3
Chapter 4 Heat 5  
Chapter 5 Acids, Bases, and Salts   4
Chapter 6 Physical and Chemical Changes 5  
Chapter 7 Weather, Climate and Adaptation of Animals to Climate   3
Chapter 8 Winds, Storms, and Cyclones   2
Chapter 9 Soil 6  
Chapter 10 Respiration in Organisms   4
Chapter 11 Transportation in Animals and Plants   5
Chapter 12 Reproduction in Plants   5
Chapter 13 Motion and Time   4
Chapter 14 Electric Current and Its Effects   5
Chapter 15 Light   5
Chapter 16 Water: A Precious Resource 4  
Chapter 17 Forest: Our Lifeline 4  
Chapter 18 Waste Water Story 5  
  Summative Assessment (SA) 40 40
  Formative Assessment (FA) 10 10
  Total 50 50

Social Science Blueprint

The table below shows the names of the chapters in Social science and the marks weightage allotted to each of the chapters.

Chapter Name of the Chapter Chapter Weightage  
Term I Term II
Chapter 1 On Equality   4 Civic
Chapter 2 Role of Government in Health   3
Chapter 3 How the State Government Works 2  
Chapter 4 Growing Up as Boys and Girls   2
Chapter 5 Women Change the World   3
Chapter 6 Understanding Media 1  
Chapter 7 Understanding Advertising 1  
Chapter 8 Markets Around Us 3  
Chapter 9 A Shirt in the Market 4  
Chapter 10 Tracing Changes Through a Thousand Years   4 History
Chapter 11 New Kings and Kingdoms   3
Chapter 12 The Delhi Sultans   2
Chapter 13 The Mughal Empire 3  
Chapter 14 Rulers and Buildings   3
Chapter 15 Towns, Traders, and Craftsperson   4
Chapter 16 Tribes, Nomads, and Settled Communities 4  
Chapter 17 Devotional Paths to the Divine 3  
Chapter 18 The Making of Regional Cultures 2  
Chapter 19 Eighteenth-Century Political Formations 4  
Chapter 20 Environment 2   Geography
Chapter 21 Inside Our Earth   4
Chapter 22 Our Changing Earth 1  
Chapter 23 Air   2
Chapter 24 Water   3
Chapter 25 Natural Vegetation and Wildlife 3  
Chapter 26 Human Environment Settlement, Transport and Communication. 2  
Chapter 27 Human Environment and Interaction – The Tropical and Subtropical Region 3  
Chapter 28 Life in Temperate Grasslands   3
Chapter 29 Life in the Deserts 2  
  Summative Assessment (SA) 40 40  
  Formative Assessment (FA) 10 10  
  Total 50 50  

English Blueprint

In English, the marks are divided into three sections, i.e., Section A (Reading Comprehension), Section B (Writing Skill & Grammar) and Section C (Literature Textbooks).

Section Marks Weightage
Term I Term II
Section A 10 10
Section B 15 15
Section C 15 15
Summative Assessment (SA) 40 40
Formative Assessment (FA) 10 10
Total 50 50

Practical/Experiments list & Model writeup

  1. Experiments on the need for light, green leaf for photosynthesis, looking at any saprophyte/parasite and noting differences from a green plant.
  2. Activity on the effect of saliva on starch, the permanent slide of Amoeba.
  3. Collection of different samples of woollen and silk cloth. Activities to differentiate natural silk and wool from artificial fibres.
  4. Experiment to show that ‘hot’ and ‘cold’ are relative. Experiments to show conduction, convection and radiation
  5. Reading a thermometer.
  6. Testing solutions of common substances like sugar, salt, vinegar, lime juice, etc., with turmeric, litmus, china rose. Activity to show neutralisation.
  7. Experiments involving chemical reactions like rusting of iron, neutralisation (vinegar and baking soda), displacement of Cu from CuSO4 etc.
  8. Making crystals of easily available substances like urea, alum, copper sulphate etc., using supersaturated solutions and evaporation.
  9. Graph for daily changes in temperature, day length, humidity etc.; the texture of various soils by wetting and rolling; absorption/percolation of water in different soils, which soil can hold more water.
  10. Experiment to show plants and animals respire; rate of breathing; what do we breathe out? What do plants ‘breathe’ out? Respiration in seeds; heat release due to respiration. Anaerobic respiration, root respiration.
  11. Translocation of water in stems, demonstration of transpiration, measurement of pulse rate, heartbeat; after exercise etc.
  12. Discussion on dialysis, importance; experiment on dialysis using egg membrane.
  13. Study of tuber, corm, bulb, etc; budding in yeast; T.S./ L.S. ovaries, w.m.pollen grains; comparison of wind-pollinated and insect-pollinated flowers; observing fruit and seed development in some plants; collection and discussion of fruits/seeds dispersed by different means.
  14. Observing and analysing motion (slow or fast) of common objects on land, in air, water and space. Measuring the distance covered by objects moving on a road in a given time and calculating their speeds. Plotting distance vs time graphs for uniform motion. Measuring the time taken by moving objects to cover a given distance and calculating their speeds. The constancy of the time period of a pendulum.
  15. Activities to show the heating effect of electric current and making a fuse.
  16. Activity to show that a current-carrying wire has an effect on a magnet.
  17. Making a simple electromagnet activity.
  18. Identifying situations in daily life where electromagnets are used.
  19. Demonstration of the working of an electric bell.
  20. Making wind speed and wind direction indicators. Activity to show “lift” due to moving air.
  21. Observation of the source of light through a straight tube, a bent tube.
  22. Observing the reflection of light on a wall or white paper screen.
  23. Open-ended activities allowing children to explore images made by different objects and recording observations.
  24. Making the disc and rotating it.
  25. Case study of people living in conditions of extreme scarcity of water, how they use water in a judicious way.
  26. Projects exploring various kinds of water resources that exist in nature in different regions in India; variations of water availability in different regions.
  27. Case study of forests.
  28. Survey of the neighbourhood, identifying locations with open drains, stagnant water, and possible contamination of groundwater by sewage. Tracing the route of sewage in your building, and trying to understand whether there are any problems in sewage.

Study Plan to Maximise Score

Study Plan to Maximise Score

Preparation Tips

  1. Concentrate Hard and Study Smart
    To succeed in the Manipur Board Class 7 exams, you must put in a lot of effort, have confidence, and pay attention. In any case, thorough revision makes the process much easier. Instead of looking at a less crucial area, break down the model question papers to make sense of the most significant topics and get started with them first.
  2. Exam Pattern Analysis and Establishing a Daily Routine
    Make a regular plan based on your exams that allows you to improve in all disciplines. Go over the significant topics, questions, and subjects first, then move on to the less important ones. Make a note of all you’ve accomplished. Make a point of everything you have studied so that you do not leave any topic unattended.
  3. Know Your Syllabus and Prepare Questions
    The majority of pupils in schools make the mistake of not paying attention to the schedule and syllabus (chapter and topics). Before you begin studying for the exam, go over the entire curriculum and schedule and make a list of questions to assess yourself with.
  4. Kick Start the Planning and Preparation Early 
    The key to efficiently preparing for an exam is to get started as soon as possible. Procrastination will only lead to a stressful, time-consuming mugging in order to pass the tests. So make a timetable, set daily goals in your thoughts, and keep to it consistently. Every process necessitates planning. When studying for exams, proper planning and time management will help you save time in the end. Set aside time for each subject, both for first reading and revisions.

Exam Taking Strategy

  1. Increase the amount of time you spend learning and become more efficient.
    Ideally, you have been studying for months, a little bit every day. Habits are what allow you to get the most out of your study time.
  2. Don’t make any mistakes in the days leading up to your exam
    The optimal time to truly integrate your knowledge is 2-3 days before the exam. You must organise everything you have learned into a format that your brain can access quickly during the exam. So utilise that time productively.
  3. Sleep well the night before your test.
    Sleep is an important factor in getting good results in exams.So, students should sleep for at least 6 to 8 hours a day.
  4. Arrive prepared and before time.
    Make sure you have given yourself plenty of time to locate the exam hall, and you know exactly what you are allowed to bring into the exam hall. Stress is contagious, therefore, no matter how prepared you are, you should keep calm in your own headspace. Go to the bathroom ten minutes before the test, just in case.
  5. Make a practical schedule.
    Start the exam with the questions you can answer well. Once all the easy questions are done, do the questions that you can attempt to complete with a little extra thought process. Then move on to attempt the difficult ones. Make sure that at least 15 minutes are left towards the end for cross-checking.
  6. Start with the simple questions.
    Scrutinise the question paper and quickly locate the ones you are certain you know the answer to. That’s always a good place to begin your exams with.

Detailed Study plan

  1. Review your study plan using the date sheet as a guide. This is the moment to complete your final revision. Set aside time for a specific subject and give it your all in the specified time.
  2. Take enough breaks to rest in between study sessions. Take a 10-5 minute rest, every 2 hours, and use it to unwind your mind and body.
  3. Avoid using social media for at least one and a half months before the exam. Don’t waste too much time there; instead, use your free time to engage in activities such as yoga and meditation to improve your attention and focus.
  4. Try to complete the model papers or the previous years’ question paper in the time provided so that you are prepared for the final test.
  5. Print a copy of the admit card after downloading it. Remember that if you don’t have it, you won’t be able to enter the exam hall.
  6. Keep in mind that NCERT books are the most significant source of information. Only NCERT books will be used in the paper. Read your textbooks line by line and underline all of the significant ideas and keywords. If questions are set from that part, skipping chapters may be hazardous.
  7. While taking the exam, always highlight the important points and keywords. Allow at least two lines between questions, and only heed to them in sections. Make sure your document is neat and tidy; it will make a positive impression on the examiner. The importance of presentation can never be overstated.
  8. Time management is the next most critical factor. The reading time is the most important, so make the most of it.
  9. If you’re stuck on a question, give yourself some breathing room and keep going. You can come back to it later with a fresh perspective.
  10. Make a list of all the significant formulas, chapter references, keywords, patterns, and dates.
  11. Get a decent sleep of 7 to 8 hours every night. It is critical to get enough sleep to let your brain relax. Only by sleeping well can you perform well in the exams.

Exam Counselling

Exam counselling

Student Counselling

Students, as well as parents, go through a stressful period during the examinations. There will be many worries and doubts for both students and parents before attending any examination. Some of such concerns are addressed below.

Q1. What should I note while revising early?
A. It is recommended that students begin reviewing two days before the exam and set aside one night prior to the exam for relaxation. Students should try to meditate to stay calm and only go through formulae and equations the night before the exam.

Q2. What should I note when creating a schedule?
A. When it comes to Indian pupils, society and parents frequently compare them to others. It is critical to recognise that each person is unique and that each should create their own study schedule or routine based on their capabilities.

Q3. How to make a strategy?
A. It’s usually a good idea to plan ahead. Floating is the greatest technique to comprehend the subject during the exam period. It helps you understand the subject easily and is also in mind for years.

Q4. How to diversify my subjects?
A. Never concentrate solely on one subject. To maintain a sense of balance, establish a pattern and devote time to each subject on a daily or alternate-day basis.

Q5. Is a scheduled break necessary?
A. Yes, it is. Studying for lengthy periods of time is not only exhausting, but it is also harmful to your health. It is critical to take a break every hour or so to allow your body to relax.

Q6. How many hours should I sleep during exams?
A. To calm the body and mind during the school day, a minimum of 8-9 hours of sleep is required. If you fail to do so, it will be necessary for your parents to intervene and reschedule your schedule in order to achieve a balance.

Q7. Is taking notes necessary?
A. Make a list of noteworthy dates, events, individuals, and occurrences while studying for examinations or revising the chapter. These are quite useful in organising your final revision and in the exam hall.

FAQs

Freaquently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Q1. How many hours should a Class 7 student study?
A.
Students should study for a maximum of 10 hours every day, but a minimum of 7 hours is sufficient to pass. We tell them to get as much experience as possible by using sample papers and solving them in 3 hours while maintaining a watch beside them.

Q2. My child forgets the formulas during the examination, especially for Maths. How can I help him remember?
A. If there are any facts or formulae that the child has been struggling to remember, do a quick brain dump on some scrap paper when he or she is first allowed to write. This takes the information out of working memory and ensures their brain is freed up to do the best work.

Q3. How to make my child familiar with exams for specific subjects?
A. The best way to familiarise children with exams is to refer and solve the question papers of previous attempts or years. Examine past year’s question papers. Familiarise children with the paper’s layout. They will be aware of the types of inquiries that might be posed. They might get lucky and be offered a question that has already been asked in another attempt. As a result, it is critical to solving past question papers in addition to regular practise and reading.

Q4. On what basis a child of class 7th will be evaluated in exams?
A. Class 7 is a critical juncture in the school year when students engage in more in-depth learning based on principles given in Class 6. As students begin to study our history and social problems, their knowledge and abilities related to the world around them are enriched. Class 7th is an ideal moment for professors to clarify any lingering questions pupils may have regarding fundamental ideas. For pupils in Class 7, evaluation is based on their scholastic (academic) and co-scholastic (skills and values) knowledge.

Q5. Will the student be directly promoted to 8th grade without writing the class 7th board examination?
A. No, the student should attend and pass the 7th grade board examinations to be promoted to higher classes.

Dos and Donts

Q1. How many hours should a Class 7 student study?
A.
Students should study for a maximum of 10 hours every day, but a minimum of 7 hours is sufficient to pass. We tell them to get as much experience as possible by using sample papers and solving them in 3 hours while maintaining a watch beside them.

Q2. My child forgets the formulas during the examination, especially for Maths. How can I help him remember?
A. If there are any facts or formulae that the child has been struggling to remember, do a quick brain dump on some scrap paper when he or she is first allowed to write. This takes the information out of working memory and ensures their brain is freed up to do the best work.

Q3. How to make my child familiar with exams for specific subjects?
A. The best way to familiarise children with exams is to refer and solve the question papers of previous attempts or years. Examine past year’s question papers. Familiarise children with the paper’s layout. They will be aware of the types of inquiries that might be posed. They might get lucky and be offered a question that has already been asked in another attempt. As a result, it is critical to solving past question papers in addition to regular practise and reading.

Q4. On what basis a child of class 7th will be evaluated in exams?
A. Class 7 is a critical juncture in the school year when students engage in more in-depth learning based on principles given in Class 6. As students begin to study our history and social problems, their knowledge and abilities related to the world around them are enriched. Class 7th is an ideal moment for professors to clarify any lingering questions pupils may have regarding fundamental ideas. For pupils in Class 7, evaluation is based on their scholastic (academic) and co-scholastic (skills and values) knowledge.

Q5. Will the student be directly promoted to 8th grade without writing the class 7th board examination?
A. No, the student should attend and pass the 7th grade board examinations to be promoted to higher classes.

List of Educational Institutions

About Exam

List of Schools in Manipur

Secondary education is provided through a number of schools in the state of Manipur.

S. No. Name of School
1. Angam Memorial School, Liwachangning
2. Ananda Purna School, Thoubal (Tomjing)
3. Ananda Singh Hr. Secondary Academy, Imphal
4. Andro High School, Andro Imphal East District
5. Apex Christian High School, Motbung
6. Antarctic English School, Yairipok
7. Ank English Academy, Langmeidong
8. Andro High School, B.P.O. Andro
9. Angahal Higher Secondary School, Wangoi
10. Anita Standard High School, Kwakta
11. Alberts English School, Singjamei
12. Alice Christian Hr. Sec. School, P.O. Ukhrul
13. Alpha B.C.I. Memorial Academy, Thangmeiband
14. Alpha Christian High School, Kachai Village
15. Amuba High School, B.P.O. Khangabok
16. Amusana High School, Keinou
17. Amutombi Divine Life Eng. School, Wabagai
18. Anallon Christian Institute, Lambung, Chandel

The following link will take you to a complete list of schools in Manipur.
List of Secondary Schools in Manipur

Parent Counselling

About Exam

Parent Counselling

Q1. What can my child do for the English exam, especially for essay questions, if he runs out of time?
A. The speed of writing the exam can be improved by constant practice. If the child is running out of time for essay questions, it’s okay to jot down your thoughts in point form. He is likely to get partial credits for the valid answers. After all, the aim is to demonstrate your knowledge, and most examiners will give you marks, even if your answers are not descriptive due to shortage of time.

Q2. My child forgets the formulas during the examination, especially for Maths. How can I help him remember?
A. If there are any facts or formulae that the child has been struggling to remember, do a quick brain dump on some scrap paper when he or she is first allowed to write. This takes the information out of working memory and ensures their brain is freed up to do the best work.

Q3. How to make my child familiar with exams for specific subjects?
A. The best way to familiarise children with exams is to refer and solve the question papers of previous attempts or years. Examine past year’s question papers. Familiarise children with the paper’s layout. They will be aware of the types of inquiries that might be posed. They might get lucky and be offered a question that has already been asked in another attempt. As a result, it is critical to solving past question papers in addition to regular practise and reading.

Q4. On what basis a child of class 7th will be evaluated in exams?
A. Class 7 is a critical juncture in the school year when students engage in more in-depth learning based on principles given in Class 6. As students begin to study our history and social problems, their knowledge and abilities related to the world around them are enriched. Class 7th is an ideal moment for professors to clarify any lingering questions pupils may have regarding fundamental ideas. For pupils in Class 7, evaluation is based on their scholastic (academic) and co-scholastic (skills and values) knowledge.

Q5. Will the student be directly promoted to 8th grade without writing the class 7th board examination?
A. No, the student should attend and pass the 7th grade board examinations to be promoted to higher classes.

Future Exams

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Future Exams for Class 7

All class 7th students must pass a school-level examination in order to move to the next class. Students in Class 7th are advanced to Class 8 based on Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE). Aside from this school-level exam, there are several more national and international competitive exams. Exams like these can help pupils discover their passions, abilities, knowledge, and potential. The list of tests or olympiads that students can participate in while studying their school curriculum is provided below.

  • International Science Olympiad (ISO)
  • International Maths Olympiad (IMO)
  • English International Olympiad (EIO)
  • General Knowledge International Olympiad (GKIO)
  • International Computer Olympiad (ICO)
  • International Drawing Olympiad (IDO)
  • National Essay Olympiad (NESO)
  • National Social Studies Olympiad (NSSO)


Apart from olympiads, some other examinations that the students of Manipur 7th board can take part in are listed below.

  • National Talent Search Examination (NTSE): Students' understanding and knowledge in Science, Math, Social Science, Mental Ability, and General Knowledge are assessed. Students that meet the criteria are given a scholarship for the following academic year as well as cash awards.
  • GeoGenius: This exam aims to create interest in geography. In this exam, students are asked to mark the various locations of India on a blank map.
  • National Level Science Talent Search Exam (NLSTSE): The questions asked in the exam are Physics, Maths, Biology Chemistry and other General Awareness questions.

Practical Knowledge/Career Goals

Prediction

Learning from Real World

Real education is one in which students’ classroom learning is linked to real-life experiences. Students gain a greater comprehension of objects and subject matter when they have firsthand experience with them, and learning becomes more enjoyable. We need to present our children with ongoing, authentic learning experiences such as activities, experiments, field trips, group activities, and so on.

Future Skills

Coding: Students in Class 7th can participate in coding as a creative activity. It aids in the development of computational thinking, problem-solving abilities, critical thinking, and exposure to real-life scenarios in order to solve challenges in a variety of fields. As a result, CBSE implemented coding for Class 7th. Coding in Class 7th focuses on building the groundwork for students to develop coding skills in areas such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), Data Sciences, and other fields.

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