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  • Last Modified on 13-01-2023
  • Written by Harshitha A
  • Last Modified on 13-01-2023

About Exam

About Exam

Exam Brief

The Board of Secondary Education Manipur (BSEM) is a school education board in Manipur, India. BSEM controls, regulate, organises, and looks after the matters associated with school education in Manipur.

Board of Secondary Education Manipur Board of Secondary Education Manipur (BSEM)
Abbreviation BSEM
Formation 1972
Headquarters Manipur, India
Type Government Board of School Education
Location Manipur, India
Website https://bsem.nic.in/downloads.html

Exam Summary

The Manipur Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (BSEM) is the governing body in charge of secondary and higher secondary education in the Manipur. Every year, the Manipur board conducts two of the most widely taken exams in Manipur, the Class 10 and the Class 12 exams.

BSEM also gives equal importance to co-curricular activities: According to the BSEM guidelines, the examination is conducted in two terms, and its weightage is given below:

Term Assessment (%) Total (%)
Formative Assessment (FA) Summative Assessments (SA)
Term I 10% 40% 50%
Term II 10% 40% 50%
Total 20% 80% 100%

 

Scholastic Areas

Formative Assessment (FA): Formative assessment includes not only the pen-paper test but also testing through oral testing, quizzes, puzzles, visual testing, interviews, assignment, practicals, projects, group activities, etc.

Summative Assessment (SA): As decided by the school authority, strictly following the guidelines of BSEM. Under this assessment process, the students will be examined based on the syllabus and curriculum of BSEM Class 8.

Co-scholastic Areas

The BSEM believes that co-scholastic skills are as important as scholastic skills. Hence, these skills will also be assessed for the students. Co-scholastic skills include Attitude and Values, Health and Physical Education, Aesthetic Skills, Participation and Achievement in Literary and Creative Skills.

Official Website Link

https://bsem.nic.in/downloads.html

Exam Pattern

Exam Pattern

Exam pattern details - Scoring pattern (+/- Marking)

The exam pattern of the Manipur Board consists of the marks distribution, exam duration and minimum qualifying marks. For better exam preparation, students should be aware of the Manipur Board exam pattern. Exams are broadly divided into two categories when the CCE pattern is in use:

Periodic Tests: In June, July, October, and November, there will be four tests in each subject.

Term Tests: Two tests in every subject in September and February.

20% marks are kept for internal assessment in each subject, and 80% marks are kept for external examination.

Manipur Board Class 8 – List of Subjects

  • First language

  • Social science

  • Optional subject

  • Science

  • Mathematics

  • English

Manipur Board Class 8 2022 Exam Pattern

Subject Total marks Pass Marks Duration (in hours)
English 80 20 3
Social science 80 20 3
Mathematics 80 20 3
Science 80 20 3
Home science 80 20 3

 

Exam Syllabus

Exam Syllabus

Exam Syllabus Class 8 Manipur Board

The curriculum and syllabus for all Classes are designed by BSEM, and schools affiliated with the Manipur board must follow it. While studying for exams, students must strictly adhere to the BSEM.

Syllabus for BSEM Class 8 Maths

Units    
Topics   
   
Number System   
   
(i) Rational Numbers:
   
• Properties of rational numbers   (including identities). The general form of expression to describe   properties.
   
• Consolidation of operations on   rational numbers.
   
• Representation of rational numbers   on the number line
   
• Between any two rational numbers there   lies another rational number (Making children see that if we take two   rational numbers then unlike for whole numbers, in this case, you can keep   finding more and more numbers that lie between them.)
   
• Word problem (higher logic, two   operations, including ideas like area)
   
(ii) Powers:
   
• Integers as exponents.
   
• Laws of exponents with integral   powers
   
(iii) Squares, Square roots, Cubes,   Cube roots:
   
• Square and Square roots
   
• Square roots using factor method   and division method for numbers containing (a) no more than total 4 digits   and (b) no more than 2 decimal places
   
• Cubes and cubes roots (only the   factor method for numbers containing at most 3 digits)
   
• Estimating square roots and cube roots. Learning the process
   
of moving nearer to the required number.
   
(iv) Playing with numbers:
   
• Writing and understanding a 2 and 3   digit number in generalised
   
form (100a + 10b + c, where a, b, c   can be only digit 0-9) and engaging with various puzzles concerning this.   (Like finding the
   
missing numerals represented by   alphabets in sums involving any
   
of the four operations.) Children to solve and create problems
   
and puzzles.
   
• Number puzzles and games
   
• Deducing the divisibility test   rules of 2, 3, 5, 9, 10 for a two
   
or a three-digit number expressed in   the general form.   
   
Algebra   
   
(i) Algebraic Expressions:
   
• Multiplication and division of algebraic exp.(Coefficient should
   
be integers)
   
• Some common errors (e.g. 2 + x ≠   2x, 7x + y ≠ 7xy )
   
• Identities (a ± b)2 = a2 ± 2ab + b2, a2 – b2= (a – b) (a + b)
   
•Factorisation (simple cases only) as   examples the following types a(x + y), (x ± y)2, a2 – b2, (x + a).(x + b)
   
•Solving linear equations in one   variable in contextual problems
   
involving multiplication and division   (word problems) (avoid
   
complex coefficient in the equations).   
   
Ratio and Proportion   
   
• Slightly advanced problems involving applications on percentages, profit & loss, overhead expenses,   Discount, tax.
   
• Difference between simple and compound interest (compounded yearly up to 3 years or half-yearly up to 3   steps only), Arriving at the formula for compound interest through patterns and using it for simple problems.
   
• Direct variation – Simple and   direct word problems
   
• Inverse variation – Simple and   direct word problems
   
• Time & work problems– Simple and direct word problems.   
   
Geometry   
   
(i) Understanding shapes:
   
• Properties of quadrilaterals – Sum   of angles of a quadrilateral is equal to 3600 (By verification)
   
• Properties of a parallelogram (By   verification)
   
(i) Opposite sides of a parallelogram   are equal,
   
(ii) Opposite angles of a parallelogram   are equal,
   
(iii) Diagonals of a parallelogram bisect each other. [Why (iv), (v)
   
and (vi) follow from (ii)]
   
(iv) Diagonals of a rectangle are equal and bisect each other.
   
(v) Diagonals of a rhombus bisect each other at right angles.
   
(vi) Diagonals of a square are equal and bisect each other at right
   
angles.
   
(ii) Representing 3-D in 2-D
   
• Identify and Match pictures with   objects [more complicated e.g.
   
nested, joint 2-D and 3-D shapes (not   more than 2)].
   
• Drawing 2-D representation of 3-D   objects (Continued and extended)
   
• Counting vertices, edges &   faces & verifying Euler’s relation for
   
3-D figures with flat faces (cubes,   cuboids, tetrahedrons, prisms and pyramids)
   
(iii) Construction: Construction of   Quadrilaterals:
   
• Given four sides and one diagonal
   
• Three sides and two diagonals
   
• Three sides and two included angles
   
• Two adjacent sides and three angles   
   
Mensuration   
   
(i) Area of a trapezium and a   polygon.
   
(ii) Concept of volume, measurement   of volume using a basic unit, the volume of a cube, cuboid and cylinder
   
(iii) Volume and capacity   (measurement of capacity)
   
(iv) Surface area of a cube, cuboid,   cylinder.   
   
Data handling   
   
(i) Reading bar-graphs, ungrouped data,   arranging it into groups, representation of grouped data through bar-graphs,   constructing and
   
interpreting bar-graphs.
   
(ii) Simple Pie charts with   reasonable data numbers
   
(iii) Consolidating and generalising   the notion of chance in events like tossing coins, dice etc. Relating it to   chance in life events. Visual representation of frequency outcomes of   repeated throws of the same kind of coins or dice. Throwing a large number of   identical dice/coins together and aggregating the result of the throws to get   a large the number of individual events. Observing the aggregating
   
numbers over a large number of   repeated events. Comparing the data for a coin. Observing strings of throws,   the notion of randomness.   
   
Introduction to graphs:   
   
PRELIMINARIES
   
(i) Axes (Same units), Cartesian   Plane
   
(ii) Plotting points for different   kinds of situations (perimeter vs length for squares, area as a the functions   of the side of a square, plotting of multiples of different numbers, simple   interest vs number of years etc.)
   
(iii) Reading off from the graphs
   
• Reading of linear graphs
   
• Reading of distance vs time graph.   

Syllabus for BSEM Class 8 Science

Chapters Name of the Chapters Sub Topics
Chapter 1 Crop Production and Management 1.1: Agricultural Practices
1.2: Basic Practices of Crop Production
1.3: Preparation of Soil
1.4: Sowing
1.5 Adding Manure and Fertilisers
1.6: Irrigation
1.7: Protection from Weeds
1.8: Harvesting
1.9: Storage
1.10: Food from Animals
Chapter 2 Microorganisms: Friend or Foe 2.1: Microorganisms
2.2: Where do Microorganisms Live?
2.3: Microorganisms and Us
2.4: Harmful Microorganisms
2.5: Food Preservation
2.6: Nitrogen Fixation
2.7: Nitrogen cycle
Chapter 3 Synthetic Fibres and Plastics 3.1: What are Synthetic Fibres?
3.2: Types of Synthetic Fibres
3.3: Characteristics of Synthetic Fibres
3.4: Plastics
3.5: Plastics as Materials of Choice
3.6: Plastics and the Environment
Chapter 4 Materials: Metals and Non-Metals 4.1: Physical Properties of Metals and Non-metals
4.2: Chemical Properties of Metals and Non-metals
4.3: Uses of Metals and Non-metals
Chapter 5 Coal and Petroleum 5.1: Coal
5.2: Petroleum
5.3: Natural Gas
5.4: Some Natural Resources are Limited
Chapter 6 Combustion and Flame 6.1: What is Combustion?
6.2: How Do We Control Fire?
6.3Types of Combustion
6.4: Flame
6.5: Structure of a Flame
6.6: What is a Fuel?
6.7: Fuel Efficiency
Chapter 7 Conservation of Plants and Animals 7.1: Deforestation and Its Causes
7.2: Consequences of Deforestation
7.3: Conservation of Forest and Wildlife
7.4: Biosphere Reserve
7.5: Flora and Fauna
7.6: Endemic Species
7.7: Wildlife Sanctuary
7.8: National Park
7.9: Red Data Book
7.10: Migration
7.11: Recycling of Paper
7.12: Reforestation
Chapter 8 Cell – Structure and Functions 8.1: Discovery of the Cell
8.2: The Cell
8.3: Organisms show Variety in Cell Number, Shape and Size
8.4: Cell Structure and Function
8.5: Parts of the Cell
8.6: Comparison of Plants and Animals Cells
Chapter 9 Reproduction in Animals 9.1: Modes of Reproduction
9.2: Sexual Reproduction
9.3: Asexual Reproduction
Chapter 10 Reaching the Age of Adolescence 10.1: Adolescence and Puberty
10.2: Changes at Puberty
10.3: Secondary Sexual Characters
10.4: Role of Hormones in Initiating Reproductive Function
10.5: Reproductive Phase of Life in Humans
10.6: How is the Sex of the Baby Determined?
10.7: Hormones other than Sex Hormones
10.8: Role of Hormones in Completing the Life History of Insects and Frogs
10.9: Reproductive Health
Chapter 11 Force and Pressure 11.1: Force: A push or a Pull
11.2: Forces are due to an Interaction
11.3: Exploring Forces
11.4: A Force can Change the State of Motion
11.5: Force can Change the Shape of an object
11.6: Contact Forces
11.7: Non-contact Forces
11.8: Pressure
11.9: Pressure Exerted by Liquids and Gases
11.10: Atmospheric Pressure
Chapter 12 Friction 12.1: Force of Friction
12.2: Factors affecting Friction
12.3: Friction: A Necessary Evil
12.4: Increasing and Reducing Friction
12.5: Wheels Reduce Friction
12.6: Fluid Friction
Chapter 13 Sound 13.1: Sound is Produced by Vibrating Bodies
13.2: Sound Produced by Humans
13.3: Sounds Needs a Medium for Propagation
13.4: We Hear Sound through Our Ears
13.5: Aptitude, Time Period and Frequency of a vibration
13.6: Audible and Inaudible Sounds
13.7: Noise and Music
13.8: Noise Pollution
Chapter 14 Chemical Effects of Electric Current 14.1: Do Liquids Conduct Electricity?
14.2: Chemical Effects Of Electric Current
14.3: Electroplating
Chapter 15 Some Natural Phenomena 15.1: Lightning
15.2: Charging by Rubbing
15.3: Types of Charges and Their Interaction
15.4: Transfer of Charge
15.5: The Story of Lightning
15.6: Lightning Safety
15.7: Earthquakes
Chapter 16 Lights 16.1: What makes Things Visible
16.2: Laws of Reflection
16.3: Regular and Diffused Reflection
16.4: Reflected Light Can be Reflected Again
16.5: Multiple Images
16.6: Sunlight – White or Coloured
16.7: What is inside Our Eyes?
16.8: Care of the Eyes
16.9: Visually Impaired Persons Can Read and Write
16.10: What is the Braille System?
Chapter 17 Stars and The Solar System 17.1: The Moon
17.2: The Stars
17.3: Constellations
17.4: The Solar System
17.5: Some Other Members of the Solar System
Chapter 18 Pollution of Air and Water 18.1: Air Pollution
18.2: How Does Air Get Polluted?
18.3: Case Study- The Taj Mahal
18.4: Greenhouse Effect
18.5: What can be done?
18.6: Water Pollution
18.7: How Does Water Get Polluted?
18.8: What is Potable Water and How is Water Purified?
18.9: What Can be Done?

Syllabus for BSEM Class 8 Social Science:

The BSEM Syllabus for Class 8 History:

Syllabus for BSEM Class 8 History
Chapters Name of the Chapters
Chapter 1 How, When and Where
Chapter 2 From Trade to Territory
Chapter 3 Ruling the Countryside
Chapter 4 Tribals, Dikus and the Vision of the Golden Age
Chapter 5 When People Rebel
Chapter 6 Colonialism and the City
Chapter 7 Weavers, Iron Smelters and Factory Owners
Chapter 8 Civilising the “Native”, Educating the Nation
Chapter 9 Women, Caste and Reform
Chapter 10 The Changing World of Visual Arts
Chapter 11 The Making of the National Movement 1870s-1945
Chapter 12 India after Independence

 

Syllabus for BSEM Class 8 Geography
Chapters Name of the Chapters
Chapter 1 Resources
Chapter 2 Land, Soil, Water, Natural Vegetation and Wildlife Resources
Chapter 3 Mineral and Power Resources
Chapter 4 Agriculture
Chapter 5 Industries
Chapter 6 Human Resources

 

Syllabus for BSEM Class 8 Civics/Political Science
Chapters Name of the Chapters
Unit One: The Indian Constitution and Secularism
Chapter 1 The Indian Constitution
Chapter 2 Understanding Secularism
Unit Two: Parliament and the Making of Laws
Chapter 3 Why do we need a Parliament?
Chapter 4 Understanding Laws
Unit Three: The Judiciary
Chapter 5 Judiciary
Chapter 6 Understanding Our Criminal Justice System
Unit Four: Social Justice and the Marginalised
Chapter 7 Understanding Marginalism
Chapter 8 Confronting Marginalism
Unit Five: Economic Presence of the Government
Chapter 9 Public Facilities
Chapter 10 Law and Social Justice

Syllabus for BSEM Class 8 English

English for Class 8 BSEM is divided into two parts

  1. English Literature, and
  2. English Grammar & Composition

The BSEM Class 8 English Literature section is based on a main textbook of English and a Supplementary Reader in English. Let us see what all are included in each of the two books.

Syllabus for BSEM Class 8 English (Honeydew)
Chapters Name of the Chapters
Chapter 1 The Best Christmas Present in the World
Poem The Ant and the Cricket
Chapter 2 The Tsunami
Poem Geography Lesson
Chapter 3 Glimpses of the Past
Poem Macavity: The Mystery Cat
Chapter 4 Bepin Choudhury’s Lapse of Memory
Poem The Last Bargain
Chapter 5 The Summit Within
Poem The School Boy
Chapter 6 This is Jody’s Fawn
Poem The Duck and the Kangaroos
Chapter 7 A Visit to Cambridge
Poem When I set out for Lyonnesse
Chapter 8 A Short Monsoon Diary
Poem On the Grasshopper and Cricket
Chapter 9 The Great Stone Face – I
Chapter 10 The Great Stone Face – II

Syllabus For BSEM Class 8 English (It So Happened – Supplementary Reader in English for Class VIII)

Syllabus for BSEM Class 8 English (It So Happened)
Chapters Name of the chapters
Chapter 1 How the Camel got his Hump
Chapter 2 Children at work
Chapter 3 The Selfish Giant
Chapter 4 The Treasure within
Chapter 5 Princess September
Chapter 6 The Fight
Chapter 7 The Open Window
Chapter 8 Jalebis
Chapter 9 The Comet – I
Chapter 10 The Comet – II

Syllabus For BSEM Class 8 English Grammar and Composition

This section is divided further into two subsections: English Grammar and English Composition (Writing). The following is the detailed syllabus for these two sections of BSEM Class 8:

English Grammar Syllabus For BSEM Class 8:

The Class 8 English grammar syllabus has the following topics:

Unit Name of the Unit
a Order of Words and Clauses
b Direct and Indirect Speech
c Active and Passive Voice
d Tenses
e Noun
f Pronoun
g Verb
h Adverb
i Prepositions
j Conjunction
k Phrases and Idioms
l Vocabulary
m Comprehension Reading

This section tests your writing ability in English. The following topics are covered in the English Composition syllabus:

Unit Name of the Unit
a Notice
b Story
c Formal and Informal Letters
d Diary Entry
e Essay

Syllabus For BSEM Class 8 Hindi

The syllabus for BSEM Class 8 Hindi can be broadly categorised into two parts:

  1. Hindi Literature, and
  2. Hindi Grammar and Composition

The Syllabus for BSEM Class 8 Hindi Literature is based on the following three books:

  1. Durva – Bhag 3 (Dwitiya Bhasha)
  2. Text Book in Hindi Vasant – Bhag 3
  3. Bharat Ki Khoj (Supplementary)

Syllabus For BSEM Class 8 Hindi Literature: Vasant

Chapters Number Name of the Chapters
1 ध्वनि (कविता)
2 लाख की चूड़िया (कहानी)
3 बस की यात्रा
4 दीवानों की हस्ती (कविता)
5 चिट्ठियों की अनूठी दुनिया (निबंध)
6 भगवान के डाकिए (कविता)
7 क्या निराश हुआ जाए (निबंध)
8 यह सब से कठिन समय नहीं (कविता)
9 कबीर की साखियाँ
10 कामचोर (कहानी)
11 जब सिनेमा ने बोलना सीखा
12 सुदामा चरित (कविता)
13 जहाँ पहिया है
14 अकबरी लोटा (कहानी)
15 सूर के पद (कविता)
16 पानी की कहानी (निबंध)
17 बाज और साँप (कहानी)
18 टोपी (कहानी)

Exam Blueprint

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Practical/Experiments list & Model writeup

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Study Plan to Maximise Score

Study Plan to Maximise Score

Preparation Tips

  1. A detailed strategy and a plan for completing your studies is a must to secure good marks in any examination.
  2.  You must have a good understanding of your strengths and weaknesses and should plan the preparations accordingly.
  3. You should keep a positive attitude and start your preparation journey as early as possible.
  4. For chapters involving numericals and lots of calculations, try practising as many problems as you can.
  5. If you face any difficulty while studying the Class 8 BSEM syllabus, you can check out Embibe for practice and study. We are here to help you with all your queries. We have a very rich library of learning material and a question bank.
  6. Keep a well-disciplined timetable so that you can study every day in an orderly manner.
  7. If you have any questions while studying, do not hesitate to seek help from your teachers or elders. Embibe provides students with round the clock doubt clearing support.
  8. You can switch subjects or topics while you study, that way you won’t get bored or tired easily.
  9. Make sure you finish your whole syllabus well in advance and do not leave a lot to be completed for the end moment.

Exam Taking Strategy

  1. Always arrive early for any examinations to avoid the last-minute rush and to have a few moments to relax.
  2. You should devise a strategy to use the allotted time efficiently.
  3. Do not panic or be stressed out; keep a positive attitude and attempt the examination with confidence.
  4. Don’t spend much time reading and answering questions that you are not confident about; leave them for the latter half of the exam.
  5. You should not be worried about answering the questions in the same order, and you should first answer those questions that you are more comfortable with, then attempt the remaining questions.
  6. Always crosscheck if the questions are numbered correctly in the answer sheets.
  7. Try not to leave any questions unanswered. Try to attempt the questions you have some idea of; writing a few steps can also fetch you some marks.
  8. Follow all the instructions provided by the invigilator carefully while attempting the examination.
  9. Before handing over answer sheets to the invigilator, make sure that you have attempted all the questions.

Detailed Study plan

  1. A detailed study plan is a well-structured plan that students create, listing down their learning goals and time to be allocated to each of them.
  2. It is preferable to set aside time each day for studying. Spend four to five hours per day by yourself in well-planned studies.
  3. If you are studying mathematics, you definitely need a pen and paper to write and practice the mathematical problems.
  4. While studying every subject, connect them to real-life situations. It will help you to remember every concept in an easier manner.
  5. Embibe has created interesting videos and practice sessions on all the 8th Class topics, and if you need a better understanding of all the concepts, you can use them.

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Exam Counselling

Exam counselling

Student Counselling

Counselling helps students to discover their strengths and weaknesses. The exam is the main component of school education in which they are being evaluated in both academic and non-academic or co-curricular areas. From start, it is hard to focus on the ongoing classes and studies. Also, the performance of the students is influenced by their surroundings at school as well as at home.

Parent/Gaurdian counselling

Each child is unique in their ability to learn and succeed. It is the duty of the parents to encourage their child’s strengths wrt to their subject interests and also accept their performance without any regret or putting more pressure. Also, communicate with them as much as possible. Communication is a must to understand if they are facing any challenges of issues while preparation or studying the subjects. Assist your child in dealing with problems in school, studies, and peer groups.-

FAQs

Freaquently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Q1. How can I do well in the BSEM Class 8 math exam?

A. Go through the entire BSEM syllabus for Class 8 maths, then create and stick to a timetable. Regular practice with a variety of questions can help you do well in your Class 8 exams.

Q2. Is it true that the questions in the BSEM Class 8 maths exams are taken directly from the BSEM book?

A. No, the concepts of the question remain the same, but students may come across some questions that are directly from BSEM textbooks.

Q3. Can I prepare for Class 8 exams using BSEM books?

A. Yes, BSEM books are the primary source for exam preparation.

Q4. How many sections comprise the BSEM Class 8 Science Syllabus?

A. The BSEM Syllabus for Class 8 Science covers all three sections – Physics, Chemistry, and Biology.

Q5. Is there a website where I can practise the BSEM Class 8 mock exams?

A. Yes, you can use Embibe to take Class 8 mock tests. You will also be given a detailed analysis of your mocks.

Dos and Donts

Do’s

  • The student should be aware of the exam dates as well as any related notifications.
  • Before beginning to study for exams, make a plan.
  • A good night’s sleep is also essential before exams.
  • All exam-related items, such as a pen, pencil, eraser, scale, and admit card, should be brought.
  • During exam periods, the body should be kept hydrated.
  • Arrive a few minutes early for the exams.

Don’t

  • Revision should not be left until the last minute, such as the day before an exam because we will forget everything if we rush.
  • Nothing should be left until the last possible moment. In the final minute, the mind should be relaxed.
  • Time should not be wasted by meeting or hanging out with friends simply to unwind.
  • Exams are not the time for students to be sluggish. Laziness is the enemy of all.
  • The student should not arrive late for the examination.

List of Educational Institutions

About Exam

List of Schools in Manipur

The state’s primary and secondary schools are governed by the Board of Secondary Education. The board currently has 786 high and higher secondary schools (226 government, 103 government-aided, and 457 private) affiliated with it. The state’s schools are either run by the government or by private organisations. Shishu Nistha Niketan School, Slopeland Public School, Kendriya Vidyalaya, Mega Manipur School, and others are among the notable schools in Manipur.

BSEM Class 8 School List

Here is a list of a few schools in Manipur:

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

Parent Counselling

About Exam

Parent Counselling for Class 8 Manipur Board

Parent counselling primarily focuses on encouraging positive behaviour, managing undesired behaviour, and understanding their children’s emotional needs. Parent counselling assists parents in coping with several issues that affect their children by providing appropriate guidance, resources, and expertise; also, parents are advised, they should be more aware of the professional options open to their children.

Future Exams

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List of Future Exams Class 8

Exams are one way to bring out students' knowledge, interests, capacity, and potential. Students are promoted from grade 8th to grade 9th based on Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE). Apart from this school-level examination, there are numerous competitive exams held nationally and internationally each year. These exams enhance students' confidence and interests in subjects.

Some of the competitive exams to which grade 8 students can appear are:

  • 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)


Some of the competitive exams to which grade 8 students can appear are:

National Talent Search Examination (NTSE): Students are evaluated based on the knowledge and understanding of Science, Maths, Social Science, Mental Ability and General Knowledge. Cash prizes and scholarships facilitate qualified students for the next academic year.

National Level Science Talent Search Exam (NLSTSE): The subjects the students must study for this exam are Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Biology and other general Awareness.

Indian National Olympiad (INO): Physics, Chemistry, Astronomy, Biology and Junior Science are the subjects covered in the curriculum. This exam is divided into five stages. The written exam administered by the NSE is the first stage (National Standard Examination). 

GeoGenius: This exam aims to create interest in geography. Students are asked to mark various locations in India on a blank map.

National Interactive Maths Olympiad (NIMO): This exam assesses and analyses mental and mathematical abilities of students.

Practical Knowledge/Career Goals

Prediction

Learning from Real World

Real education can connect classroom learning to real-life scenarios for students. When students gain a better understanding of things and subject matter through real-life experience, learning becomes more enjoyable. We must provide our students with ongoing, authentic learning opportunities such as activities, experiments, field trips, group activities, and so on.

Future Skills

It is a creative approach to learning that includes activities and projects. Drama can be used to teach subjects such as English and Hindi, while debate, surveys, and fieldwork can be used to teach social science topics, etc. Science subjects can be experienced in the form of experiments, field studies etc. Some mathematics topics, such as profit and loss, area measurement, and so on, should be taught to students through do-it-yourself activities. Embibe App provides DIY activities for each Class, each subject and each chapter to make your learning joyful and meaningful.

Career Skills

Understanding diversity in the workplace, listening skills, language skills, research skills, planning, leadership skills, being emotionally balanced, self-survey, exploring knowledge, communication skills, and so on are all strengthened by a solid foundation in education. This can be ensured by giving opportunities for all students and encouraging them at all stages of their development. This can be accomplished through the provision of real-life experiences and Do It Yourself activities.

Career Prospects/Which stream to choose

As Class 8 is an early stage of secondary education, career selection is not an easy job, but students are advised to be aware of career opportunities in order to pursue their interests. After Class 10, the student can pursue their interests in Science, Commerce, Arts, Fine Arts, and so on.

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