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About Exam

About Exam

Exam Brief

Ladakh has three levels of education: primary, secondary, and tertiary. Exams at these levels are given by a variety of authorities and boards. From September 27, 2021, the Ladakh government has established a separate education board. The official notice can be found on the official website of CBSE. 

Ladakh has three levels of education: primary, secondary, and tertiary. Exams at these levels are given by a variety of authorities and boards. The Central Board of Secondary Education administers the Ladakh board exams. As per the circular, all the Government schools in the union territory of Ladakh would be affiliated with CBSE. The exams will be administered by CBSE because the union territory lacks an autonomous board. The board exam results are made available in May-June, each academic year.

The CBSE board is in charge of delivering exams from first to twelfth grades across the state. All government-run schools in Ladakh follow the CBSE curriculum. The CBSE board has complete control over the delivery of higher secondary and senior secondary education in state-affiliated schools. The board has the authority to change the curriculum, provide textbooks, appoint teachers, and administer exams in all of the state’s affiliated schools.

Functions:

  1. It is responsible for supervising the administration of secondary and higher secondary school board exams.
  2. The board is in charge of preparing and disseminating exam results.
  3. The board is in charge of establishing the curriculum, syllabus, and textbooks, etc.
  4. It provides textbooks to the school’s education department.

Highlights of CBSE

Particulars Details
Board CBSE
CBSE Full Form Central Board of Secondary Education
Established In 1962
Type Education board
Headquarters At New Delhi, India
Parent Organisation Ministry of Human Resource Development
Official Website https://cbse.nic.in/

Exam Summary

Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation: 

The goal of education is to assist children in developing effectively. With this goal in mind, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) designed the CCE (Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation) design for secondary classes in 2009-2010. This was enacted as part of the 2009 Right to Education Act, with the goal of providing high-quality education to students aged 6 to 14. Continuous evaluation entails identifying student problems on a daily, in-class, and after-class basis. The term “comprehensive” refers to the thoroughness of the evaluation in all areas, including cognitive, emotional, and functional evaluation.

There are two types of tests in the CCE pattern: formative and summative. Formative tests include a student’s in-class performance, classwork, homework, project submission, and active participation in various class events. In the summative pattern, three-hour written tests are used to assess the student’s intellectual understanding.

Formative Assessment (which was completed four times during an academic session) accounted for 40% of the total.

The Summative Assessment (a three-hour written test given twice; SA-1 was given after FA-1 and FA-2, and SA-2 was given after FA-3 and FA-4) accounted for 60% of the total.

For the most up-to-date and latest notifications on Ladakh Board, visit the official website.

Official Website Link

http://dse.ladakh.gov.in/

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January 21, 2022: The Jammu Kashmir Board of School Education will soon release the results for JKBOSE Class 12 exams for the 2021-2o22 session on the official website at jkbose.nic.in. Candidates will be able to check their results online.

 

 

Exam Syllabus

Exam Syllabus

Exam Syllabus

The Ladakh Class 6 syllabus covers the majority of important topics in Science, Social Science, and Mathematics. Apart from these main topics, the syllabus includes the first and second (regional) languages, which are chosen by the student. A student will now be required to study coding as an elective starting next year. All of the topics in each subject area are covered in an engaging manner so that students can learn them without getting bored.

The following tables show the complete Ladakh Class 6 syllabus for various subjects.

Ladakh Board Syllabus for Class 6 Science

The Science subject is further subdivided into three sections: Physics, Chemistry, and Biology.

Chapter Number Chapter Name Section
Chapter-1 Food: Where Does it Come From? Biology
Chapter-2 Components of Food
Chapter-3 Fibre to Fabric Chemistry
Chapter-4 Sorting Materials into Groups
Chapter-5 Separation of Substances
Chapter-6 Changes Around Us
Chapter-7 Getting to Know Plants Biology
Chapter-8 Body Movements
Chapter-9 The Living Organisms and their Surroundings
Chapter-10 Motion and Measurement of Distances Physics
Chapter-11 Light, Shadows and Reflections
Chapter-12 Electricity and Circuits
Chapter-13 Fun With Magnets
Chapter-14 Water Chemistry
Chapter-15 Air Around Us
Chapter-16 Garbage In, Garbage Out Biology

Ladakh Board Syllabus for Class 6 Social Science

Social Science is further subdivided into History, Geography, and Political Science.

Social Science
  Chapter Number Chapter Name
History Chapter-1 What, Where, How, and When?
Chapter-2 On the trail of the earliest people
Chapter-3 From gathering to growing food
Chapter-4 In the earliest cities
Chapter-5 What books and burials tell us?
Chapter-6 Kingdoms, Kings, and an early republic
Chapter-7 New questions and ideas
Chapter-8 Ashoka the emperor
Chapter-9 Vital Villages, thriving towns
Chapter-10 Traders, Kings, and Pilgrims
Chapter-11 New Empires and Kingdoms
Chapter-12 Buildings, Paintings, and Books
Geography Chapter-1 The Earth in the Solar System
Chapter-2 Globe: Latitudes and Longitudes
Chapter-3 Motions of the Earth
Chapter-4 Maps
Chapter-5 Major Domains of the Earth
Chapter-6 Major Landforms of the Earth
Chapter-7 Our Country- India
Chapter-8 India – Climate, Vegetation, and Wildlife
Political Science Chapter-1 Understanding Diversity
Chapter-2 Diversity and Discrimination
Chapter-3 What is Government?
Chapter-4 Key elements of a Democratic Government
Chapter-5 Panchayati Raj
Chapter-6 Rural Administration
Chapter-7 Urban Administration
Chapter-8 Rural Livelihood
Chapter-9 Urban Livelihood

Ladakh Board Syllabus for Class 6 Mathematics

Chapter Number Chapter Name
Chapter-1 Knowing Our Numbers
Chapter-2 Whole Numbers
Chapter-3 Playing With Numbers
Chapter-4 Basic Geometrical Ideas
Chapter-5 Understanding Elementary Shapes
Chapter-6 Integers
Chapter-7 Fractions
Chapter-8 Decimals
Chapter-9 Data Handling
Chapter-10 Mensuration
Chapter-11 Algebra
Chapter-12 Ratio and Proportion
Chapter-13 Symmetry
Chapter-14 Practical Geometry

Ladakh Board Syllabus for Class 6 English

For Class 6, the Ladakh English syllabus recommends two textbooks: Honeysuckle and A Pact with the Sun, Supplementary Reader. It focuses on language development and vocabulary expansion through comprehensive reading and writing skills.

Chapters and Poetry in Textbook Honeysuckle
Chapter Number Chapter Name
Chapter-1 Who Did Patrick’s Homework?
Chapter-2 How the Dog Found Himself a New Master!
Chapter-3 Taro’s Reward
Chapter-4 An Indian-American Woman in Space
Chapter-5 A Different Kind of School
Chapter-6 Who I Am
Chapter-7 Fair Play
Chapter-8 A Game of Chance
Chapter-9 Desert Animals
Chapter-10 The Banyan Tree
Poetry No. Poetry Name
Poem-1 A House, A Home
Poem-2 The Kite
Poem-3 The Quarrel
Poem-4 Beauty
Poem-5 Where Do All the Teachers Go
Poem-6 The Wonderful Words
Poem-7 Vocation
Poem-8 What if
Poem-9 Chapters

 

Chapters in Textbook A Pact with the Sun
Chapter Number Chapter Name
Chapter-1 A Tale of Two Birds
Chapter-2 The Friendly Mongoose
Chapter-3 The Shepherd’s Treasure
Chapter-4 The Old-Clock Shop
Chapter-5 Tansen
Chapter-6 The Monkey and the Crocodile
Chapter-7 The Wonder Called Sleep
Chapter-8 A Pact with the Sun
Chapter-9 What Happened to the Reptiles
Chapter-10 A Strange Wrestling Match

English Grammar

Apart from Honeysuckle and A pact with the Sun, grammar is also an important part of the English syllabus. The topics included in the Grammar syllabus are:

  • Determiners
  • Linking words
  • Adverbs (place and type)
  • Tense forms
  • Clauses
  • Passivisation
  • Adjectives (Comparative and Superlative)
  • Word order in sentence types 
  • Reported speech

Ladakh Board Syllabus for Class 6 Hindi

The syllabus for Ladakh Board Class 6 Hindi comprises Grammar, Composition and Literature (Prose and Poetry). Ladakh Board Class 6 Hindi syllabus has been divided into the following sections – 

  1. Hindi Syllabus For Vasant
  2. Hindi Syllabus For Durva
  3. Hindi Syllabus For Bal Ram Katha
  4. Hindi Grammar Syllabus

Ladakh Board Syllabus For Class 6 Hindi (Vasant Book)

Chapter Number Chapter Name
Chapter-1 वह चिड़िया जो (कविता)
Chapter-2 बचपन (संस्मरण)
Chapter-3 नादान दोस्त (कहानी)
Chapter-4 चाँद से थोड़ी-सी गप्पे (कविता)
Chapter-5 अक्षरो का महत्त्व (निबंध)
Chapter-6 पार नजर के (कहानी)
Chapter-7 साथी हाथ बढ़ाना – एक दौड़ ऐसी भी (केवल पढ़ने के लिए)
Chapter-8 एस – एस (एकांकी)
Chapter-9 टिकेट – एल्बम (कहानी)
Chapter-10 झांसी की रानी (कविता)
Chapter-11 जो देखकर भी नहीं देखते (निबंध) – छूना और देखना (केवल पढ़ने के लिए)
Chapter-12 संसार पुस्तक है (पत्र)
Chapter-13 मैं सबसे छोटी होऊं (कविता)
Chapter-14 लोकगीत (निबंध) – दो हरियाणवी लोक गीत (केवल पढ़ने के लिए)
Chapter-15 नोकर (निबंध)
Chapter-16 वन के मार्ग में (कविता)
Chapter-17 साँस – साँस मे बाँस (निबंध) – पेपरमेशी (केवल पढ़ने के लिए)

Ladakh Board Syllabus For Class 6 Hindi (Durva Book)

Chapter Number Chapter Name
Chapter-1 कलम
Chapter-2 किताब
Chapter-3 घर
Chapter-4 पतंग
Chapter-5 भालू
Chapter-6 झरना
Chapter-7 धनुष
Chapter-8 रुमाल
Chapter-9 कक्षा
Chapter-10 गुब्बारा
Chapter-11 पर्वत
Chapter-12 हमारा घर
Chapter-13 कपडे की दूकान
Chapter-14 फूल
Chapter-15 बातचीत
Chapter-16 शिलांग से फ़ोन
Chapter-17 तितली
Chapter-18 ईश्वरचन्द्र विद्यासागर
Chapter-19 प्रदर्शनी
Chapter-20 चिट्ठी
Chapter-21 अंगुलिमाल
Chapter-22 यात्रा की तैयारी
Chapter-23 हाथी
Chapter-24 डॉक्टर के पास
Chapter-25 जयपुर से पत्र
Chapter-26 बढे चलो
Chapter-27 व्यर्थ की शंका
Chapter-28 गधा और सियार

Ladakh Board Syllabus For Class 6 Hindi (Bal Ram Katha Book)

Chapter Number Chapter Name
Chapter-1 आवध्पुरि मे राम
Chapter-2 जंगल और जनकपुर
Chapter-3 दो वर्दान
Chapter-4 राम का वन-गमन
Chapter-5 चित्रकूट में भरत
Chapter-6 दंडक वन में दस वर्ष
Chapter-7 सोन॓ का हिरण
Chapter-8 सीता की खोज
Chapter-9 राम और सुग्रीव
Chapter-10 लंका में हनुमान
Chapter-11 लंका विजय
Chapter-12 राम का राज्याभिशेक

Practical/Experiments list & Model writeup

Practical/Experiments List for Ladakh Board Class 6 Science: 

Chapter Experiment
Food: Where Does it Come From
  • A student can perform the experiment involving the germination of seeds such as mung, chickpea etc.;
  • Preparing a chart on food habits of animals and food culture of different regions of India.
Components of Food
  • Studying the variety of food in different regions in India.
  • Preparing a menu of a balanced diet in the context of the diversity of foods eaten in different parts of the country.
  • Classifying foods according to food components.
  • Test for starch, sugars, proteins and fats.
Fibre to Fabric
  • Simple activities can be done to distinguish among different types of cloth.
  • Field survey for collecting the information on locally available plant fibres (coconut, silk cotton, etc.)
Sorting Materials into Groups
  • An experiment can be done for grouping things on the basis of gross properties, e.g. roughness, lustre, transparency, solubility, sinking/floating using prior knowledge.
  • Experiments involving heating of air, wax, paper, metal, water to highlight effects like burning, expansion or compression, change of state.
  • Experiments for testing the solubility of commonly available substances.
  • Experiments on the effect of heating and cooling on solubility.
  • Comparison of solubilities of different substances using nonstandard units (e.g. spoon, paper cone).
Separation of Substances
  • Experiments can be performed on sedimentation, filtration.
  • Separating a mixture of salt and sand.
Changes Around Us
  • Discussion on other changes which cannot be reversed – growing up, the opening of a bud ripening of fruit, curdling of milk.
Getting to Know plants
  • Experiment to show conduction by the stem, activity to show anchorage by roots, absorption by roots.
  • Study of any flower, counting number of parts, names of parts, cutting sections of the ovary to observe ovules.
Body Movements
  • Activities to study X-rays, find out the direction in which joints bend, feel the ribs, backbone etc.
  • Observation/ discussion on movement and skeletal system in other animals.
The living organisms and their surroundings
  • Preparing herbarium specimens of different leaves, plants; studying modifications in plants and animals; observing how different environmental factors (water availability, temperature) affect living organisms;
Motion and Measurement of Distances
  • Measuring lengths and distances.
  • Identification and discrimination of various types of motion.
  • Demonstrating objects having more than one type of movement (screw motion, bicycle wheel, fan, top etc.)
Light, Shadows and Reflections
  • Experiment to show that some objects (conductors) allow current to flow and others (insulators) do not.
  • Playing and forming shadows with the hands in sunlight, in candlelight, and in a well light region during daytime.
  • An experiment to make a pinhole camera and observe static and moving objects.
Electricity and Circuits
  • Activity using a bulb, cell and key and connecting wire to show the flow of current and identify closed and open circuits. Making a switch. Opening up a dry cell.
Fun With Magnets
  • Demonstrating how things are attracted by a magnet.
  • Activity to locate poles of a magnet; activity with iron filings and paper.
  • Activities with a suspended bar magnet and with the compass needle.
  • Activities to show that as poles repel and unlike poles attract.
Water
  • Condensation on the outside of a glass containing cold water; activity of boiling water and condensation of steam on a spoon.
  • Preparing a simple model of the water cycle.
  • Estimation of water used by a family in one day, one month, one year.
Air Around Us
  • Can conduct discussions about different components of air.
Garbage In, Garbage Out
  • Activity to show that materials rot in soil; this is affected by wrapping in plastics.
  • Survey of solid waste generation by households.
  • The estimation of waste accumulated (by a house/ village/colony etc.) in a day, in a year.

Study Plan to Maximise Score

Study Plan to Maximise Score

Preparation Tips

  1. Syllabus: Understand the exact syllabus for the 6th-grade exam. Also, have a general idea of important topics, as well as a blueprint for each subject.
  2. Scheduling: Make a well-planned study schedule and stick to it. Prepare an exam revision schedule at least 10 days before the exam.
  3. Method of learning: Create study points, a list of important dates, scientist names, equations, and maps. Avoid just reading and instead practise on paper. Topics should be reviewed frequently.
  4. Positivity: Maintain a positive attitude towards all the subjects. Always believe that you can do your best. Identify your own strengths and weaknesses in each subject.
  5. Embibe App: If you are having difficulty with your studies, we at Embibe are here to assist you. For the Class 6 syllabus, we have created a number of study tools and practise sessions.

Exam Taking Strategy

Make sure you’re well-versed in all of the topics that will be covered in the exam.

  1. It is preferable to perform a memory dump.
  2. Always try to arrive early for exams so that you can take a breather and avoid last-minute rush.
  3. Always plan how to make the most of your exam time.
  4. Don’t get too stressed out, and as previously stated, always maintain a positive attitude and attempt the examination with full confidence, attempting to answer all of the questions.
  5. Aside from answering the questions in the same order, you can write the answers to the questions that you are thoroughly familiar with.
  6. Don’t spend too much time reading and answering questions whose answers are uncertain.
  7. Don’t forget to fill out the answer sheets with the correct question number.
  8. Leave no questions unanswered. Simply attempt the question and record the question number on the answer sheet.
  9. During the examination, pay close attention to all instructions given by the invigilator.
  10. Check that you have attempted all of the questions and that the numbering of each question is in the correct order before handing in the answer sheets to the invigilator.

Detailed Study plan

A detailed study plan is a well-structured plan created by students that lists their learning objectives as well as the amount of time they will spend studying. It is preferable to set aside time each day for studying. Spend four to five hours per day by yourself in well-planned studies. Here is a subject-by-subject study strategy for getting good grades and learning effectively.

Study strategy for Mathematics: 

The strategies listed below will help you improve your understanding of Mathematics.

  • Properly understand the basic concepts.
  • Practice solved problems and exercise questions on a daily basis.
  • Solve the easy problems first, then the difficult ones.
  • Be especially cautious when performing addition, multiplication, subtraction, number division, and number sign, i.e., positive or native.
  • When simplifying the numerical, take care not to transpose the number.
  • Make a list of important equations in a book and review it on a regular basis.
  • To save time during the exam, use short methods of calculation.
  • Know the blueprint and the question pattern inside and out.
  • Solve previous years’ question papers.
  • Take frequent mock tests.

Study strategy for Science:

Science can be difficult to understand at times due to the numerous diagrams, equations, reactions, formulas, laws, numericals, and experiments. Here are some pointers to help you improve your Science grades.

  • Understand the basic concepts before moving on to more difficult topics.
  • Important formulas, laws, diagrams, scientist names and inventions, equations, and so on should be written down on a piece of paper or a chart that you can refer to on a daily basis. It aids in the recall of concepts.
  • On a regular basis, carry out experiments and activities. It will assist you in gaining practical knowledge and a better understanding of the fundamentals.
  • Adopt learning-by-doing techniques for a few topics.
  • Practise drawing neat labelled diagrams.
  • Avoid making spelling mistakes because it contains a lot of technical terminologies.
  • Spend as little time as possible on diagrams.
  • Understand both the blueprint and the question pattern.
  • Solve at least the last five years’ exam papers.
  • Mock tests should be taken frequently.

Study Strategy for Social Science:

Social Science is a high-scoring and fascinating subject. Here are some pointers to help you get good grades in Social Science.

  • Make a list of important dates, events, people, and so on.
  • Thoroughly read the textbook.
  • Learn the maps completely.
  • Consider previous year’s question papers and mock tests.

Study Strategy for English:

English is also a high-scoring subject that requires less preparation time than Mathematics and Science. Here are some helpful hints for getting good grades in English.

  • Read newspapers, storybooks, novels, science fiction, and other materials that will help you improve your command over the English language.
  • Give more weightage to sections that require little preparation, such as unseen passages, note-taking, and so on.
  • Grammar is an essential component of language. Make sure you understand the fundamentals of grammar.
  • Avoid spelling errors.

Recommended Chapters

Important Topics for Mathematics

Chapters Topics
Knowing our Numbers
  • Comparing and Ordering Numbers
  • Indian and International System of Numeration
  • Mathematical Operations on Large Numbers
  • Using brackets to simplify calculations
  • Conversion between Hindu-Arabic and Roman Numerals
Whole Numbers
  • Mathematical Operations on Number Line
  • Distributive Property of Whole Numbers for Multiplication over Addition
  • Additive and Multiplicative Identities for Whole Numbers
Playing with Numbers
  • Finding Factors and Multiples of Numbers
  • Prime and Composite Numbers
  • Common Factors and Common Multiples
  • Divisibility of a Number by 5 and 10
  • Divisibility of a Number by 2, 4 and 8
  • Divisibility of a Number by 3 and 9
  • Prime Factorisation of Numbers
Integers
  • Comparing and Ordering Integers
  • Addition of Integers
  • Subtraction of Integers
Fractions
  • Finding Fractions Represented by Given Figures and Vice-versa
  • Finding Fractions in Given Situations
  • Comparing and Ordering Like and Unlike Fractions
  • Addition and Subtraction of Like and Unlike Fractions
Decimals
  • Conversion of Fractions into Terminating Decimals and Vice-versa
  • Comparing and Ordering Decimals
  • Addition and Subtraction of Decimals
Ratio and Proportion
  • Application of Ratios in Solving Problems
  • Unitary Method

Important Topics for Science

Chapter Topics
Food: Where Does It Come From?
  • Variety of food
  • Food items and their ingredients
  • Sources of food
  • Plant and Animal products as food
  • Food producers and consumers
  • Herbivore, carnivore and omnivore
Components of Food
  • Components of food
  • Test for food nutrients
  • Balanced diet
  • Deficiency diseases
Fibre to Fabric
  • Yarn, fibre and fabric
  • Natural fibre and synthetic fibres
  • Cotton bolls and ginning
  • Spinning, weaving and knitting
Sorting Materials into Groups
  • Properties of materials like hardness, lustre, solubility, floating, sinking, opaque, transparent and translucent
  • Objects made of a single material.
  • Objects made of different materials.
Separation of Substances
  • Handpicking
  • Threshing
  • Winnowing
  • Sieving
  • Sedimentation
  • Decantation
  • Filtration
  • Evaporation
  • Condensation
  • Solutions
  • Saturated solutions
  • Unsaturated solutions
  • Churning
The Living Organisms and Their Surroundings
  • Characters of living things
  • Habitat and its different types
  • Adaptations to different habitats
Motion and Measurement of Distances
  • Measurement
  • Standard units of measurement
  • SI units
  • Means of transport
  • Distances
  • Motion
  • Rectilinear motion
  • Periodic motion
  • Circular motion
Light, Shadows and Reflection
  • Luminous objects
  • Opaque objects
  • Transparent objects
  • Translucent objects
  • Shadow
  • Pinhole camera
  • Mirror
  • Reflection

Exam Counselling

Exam counselling

Student Counselling

Students should be actively involved in developing strong basic knowledge in all subjects at the start of lower secondary school. Spend your time focusing on your passion, talent, or gaining knowledge, etc. Don’t compare your performance to that of your peers because each individual is unique and endowed with talents and good qualities. Spend some time doing yoga, meditation, or other physical activities to keep your body and mind healthy, active, focused, and positive. Failures should not be used to discourage you; instead, they should be used to help you grow by allowing you to learn from your mistakes. Exams are part of the school curriculum and are used to assess the Scholastic areas.

  • From the beginning, it is important to concentrate during ongoing classes and studies.
  • Each student must have a well-organised study schedule and strictly adhere to it.
  • Every day, study and revise all subjects. Spend more time on difficult topics.
  • Clear all your doubts by enlisting the help of teachers, peer groups, friends, or parents.
  • Sit in a place free of distractions and disturbances for a focused study.

FAQs

Freaquently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Which is the official website for the Ladakh Board?
Ans: The official link for Ladakh Board is dse.ladakh.gov.in.

Q. What is the board that conducts exams in Ladakh?
Ans: Previously, the exams were administered by JKBOSE, but according to the most recent notifications, the state exams will be administered by CBSE.

Q. How many subjects are there for Ladakh Board Class 6? 
Ans: There are five subjects in Class 6. It has three core subjects: Mathematics, Science, and Social Science, and two languages.

Q. Is there any board exam for Ladakh Board Class 6?
Ans: No, students are evaluated based on their performance in school-level exams in CCE (Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation) pattern.

Q. Which are the prescribed books for Ladakh Class 6 English?
Ans: The prescribed books for Ladakh Class 6 English are Honeysuckle and A Pact with the Sun.

Q. What are the advantages if I study from Class 6 books of Ladakh Board?
Ans: The Ladakh Board Class 6 books are presented in a manner simple for the students to understand. The books cover the whole syllabus while serving as a roadmap to the students. The examples and analogies in the books makes it easier for the students to understand the concepts.

Q. Why is it beneficial to solve previous years’ question papers?
Ans: Solving previous year question papers help the students to acquainted with the exam paper pattern, type and difficulty level of the questions, know which topics are important. The more question papers they solve, the more, they become confident about approaching the exams. They are eventually able to predict the questions they can expect in their examinations and improve at their time management and question paper management skills. Hence, solving previous years question papers takes the students steps ahead towards achieving good marks.

Dos and Donts

Q. Which is the official website for the Ladakh Board?
Ans: The official link for Ladakh Board is dse.ladakh.gov.in.

Q. What is the board that conducts exams in Ladakh?
Ans: Previously, the exams were administered by JKBOSE, but according to the most recent notifications, the state exams will be administered by CBSE.

Q. How many subjects are there for Ladakh Board Class 6? 
Ans: There are five subjects in Class 6. It has three core subjects: Mathematics, Science, and Social Science, and two languages.

Q. Is there any board exam for Ladakh Board Class 6?
Ans: No, students are evaluated based on their performance in school-level exams in CCE (Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation) pattern.

Q. Which are the prescribed books for Ladakh Class 6 English?
Ans: The prescribed books for Ladakh Class 6 English are Honeysuckle and A Pact with the Sun.

Q. What are the advantages if I study from Class 6 books of Ladakh Board?
Ans: The Ladakh Board Class 6 books are presented in a manner simple for the students to understand. The books cover the whole syllabus while serving as a roadmap to the students. The examples and analogies in the books makes it easier for the students to understand the concepts.

Q. Why is it beneficial to solve previous years’ question papers?
Ans: Solving previous year question papers help the students to acquainted with the exam paper pattern, type and difficulty level of the questions, know which topics are important. The more question papers they solve, the more, they become confident about approaching the exams. They are eventually able to predict the questions they can expect in their examinations and improve at their time management and question paper management skills. Hence, solving previous years question papers takes the students steps ahead towards achieving good marks.

List of Educational Institutions

About Exam

List of Schools/Colleges

The following is a list of some of the best CBSE schools in Ladakh:

Serial Number Name of the School
1. Army Public School
2. Delhi Public School
3. Islamia Public School
4. J & K Sainik School
5. Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya
6. Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya Sankoo
7. Kendriya Vidyalaya
8. Ladakh Public School
9. Ladakh Rigjung Public School
10. Lamdon Model School
11. Mahabodhi Residential School
12. Moravian Mission School
13. The Tibetan SOS Children’s Village School

The entire list along with other details can be accessed via the link given below.

List of Schools in Ladakh

Parent Counselling

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Parent Counselling

Parent counselling primarily aims to encourage positive behaviour, manage undesirable behaviour, and understand children’s emotional needs. This can be accomplished by either one or both parents. Parent counselling assists parents in coping with various types of difficulties that affect their children by providing proper guidance, tools, and knowledge. Parents should be more aware of the career options available to their children in the near future.

Here are some frequently asked questions for parents counselling:

Q1. Does physical activity improve learning in 12-year olds?
A. Exercise improves learning on three levels:

  • First, it optimises your mindset to improve alertness, attention, and motivation.
  • Second, it prepares and encourages nerve cells to bind to one another, which is the cellular basis for logging in new information.
  • Third, it encourages the development of new nerve cells from stem cells in the hippocampus.


Q2. My child is uninterested in doing his schoolwork. How do I get my child to do his homework?

A. Try to make things as simple as possible for kids who are still learning at home. This can alleviate some stress, especially for children who have difficulty in focusing.

Q3. How do I encourage my child to do best?
A. Following are some tips to encourage your child to do best:

  • Avoid evaluating.
  • Be as specific as possible.
  • Avoid making comparisons with siblings or friends.
  • Give your child credit and power.
  • Be ecstatic!
  • Assist your children in becoming more motivated.
  • Empower your children.
  • Describe how your child’s behaviour makes you feel.


Q4. My child is not interested in learning. How can I encourage my child to study?

A. Create a healthy, learning-friendly environment. Remove distractions and establish a daily routine that includes time set aside for studies and other activities. You will need to strike a balance so that the child has time for recreation and hobbies in addition to studying.

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Aside from this school-level exam, there are numerous National and International competitive exams held each year. These assessments boost the confidence and enthusiasm for subjects in students.

Some of the competitive Olympiad exams for which Class 6, as well as Class 7 students, can appear are listed below.

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


Some of the competitive exams which Class 6 students can appear for are:

  • National Talent Search Examination (NTSE): Students are graded based on their knowledge and understanding of Science, Math, Social Science, Mental Ability, and General Knowledge. Qualified students are aided by cash prizes and scholarships for the following academic year.
  • National Level Science Talent Search Exam (NLSTSE): Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and other general awareness questions are included.
  • Indian National Olympiad (INO): Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Astronomy, and Junior Science are all 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: The goal of this exam is to pique people's interest in geography. Students are asked to mark various locations in India on a blank map in this exam.
  • National Interactive Maths Olympiad (NIMO): This exam assesses and analyses students' mental abilities and mathematical skills. It also aims to reduce students' fear of mathematics.

Practical Knowledge/Career Goals

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Learning from Real World

A good education allows students to apply what they learn in the classroom to real-life situations. When students gain hands-on experience with objects and subject matter, they gain a broader understanding of the subjects, and learning becomes more enjoyable and interesting. Children must be exposed to ongoing, authentic learning experiences such as activities, experiments, field trips, group activities, and so on.

Future Skills

Coding: Coding is a creative activity in which students can participate actively. It aids in the development of computational thinking, problem-solving skills, critical thinking, and exposure to real-life situations in order to solve problems in a variety of domains. Coding focuses on laying the groundwork for students to build competencies in various areas such as:

  • Artificial intelligence (AI),
  • Data sciences 
  • Research


Do It Yourself (DIY):
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 topics in Social Science. Experiments, field studies, and other forms of science can be experienced. Some Mathematics topics, such as profit and loss, area measurement, and so on, should be taught to students through activities. Embibe App offers DIY for each grade, subject, and chapter to make learning more enjoyable and meaningful.

Career Skills

School education moulds the all-around development of a child. Along with the curriculum, co-curricular activities play an important role in developing different skills in students. This can be achieved by giving opportunities for each student and encouraging them at every level of their development. 

Some of the skills are: 

  • Listening skills: Languages can help you improve your listening abilities.
  • Understanding diversity in the workplace: Group activities, drama, and competitions provide exposure to diversity.
  • Communication skills: This is one of the most important skills to have in any field as well as in everyday life. Group discussions, debates, and seminars are a few methods that indirectly aid in the development of communication skills.
  • Research skills: Science projects primarily focus on the development of students’ research skills. 
  • Planning: Curricular and cocurricular activities, tests, competitions, and so on require students to plan timing, preparation, and execution.
  • Leadership skills: Making school parliaments, group activities, and school assemblies, among other things, build leadership abilities in students.
  • Self-survey: The greatest technique to self-survey is through the child’s anecdotal testimony.
  • Exploring knowledge: The school library, artificial intelligence, and Do It Yourself (DIY) activities are all useful tools for discovering new information.
  • Language skills: Language skills are taught in schools in courses such as English, Hindi, Sanskrit, and French, etc.

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