There was a rumor going on for a several months that this year the JSC examinee will have to take their exam with a **jsc new syllabus 2020** and also a **new question pattern**. We already know that government has taken many steps to prevent question lick.

This is one of the reasons why education ministry felt the necessity of changing the syllabus and question pattern for the upcoming JSC examination 2020. A few days ago education ministry has uploaded a PDF file in their website where they have stated all the changes which are going to occur in the **JSC exam 2020**.

So, if you are candidate of JSC 2020 or you know someone who is a candidate of JSC 2020 should know the changes that has been made for this year examination. You may download **JSC Routine 2020**. You are also welcome to download **JSC Suggestions & Questions for all Subjects**.

## JSC New Syllabus 2020: Bangla

It is a great surprise for all the JSC candidates out there because this year there is no more bangla 1st paper and 2nd paper. From these education ministry has decided to combine this two subjects into one subject. Which means subject bangla contains 100 marks now instead of 200 marks.

For this decision education ministry had to create some changes in the question pattern also. It is something like combining two questions into one but not increasing any marks. Students may become happy as they will not need to write 7 srijonshil questions anymore. It has now reduced to 4. But subjective part still contains 70 marks.

### Where rest of 30 marks is given for the:

- Sharangsho/Sharmormo (summary writing) = 05
- Vab Shamprosharon (explanation writing) = 05
- Bangle letter/application = 05
- Essay writing = 15

The given time is 3 hours. So candidates will have to finish their writings within 3 three hours.

There’s also a objective part of the exam and this part contains of 30 marks. 16 questions will be given from the bangle text book and rest of the 14 questions will be given from the bangla grammar book. There is also some model question given by the ministry so that students can have better idea over their question pattern. The model question is given below –

### Part A: Subjective

- Srijonshil questions you have to answer 4 questions from 6 – 40 marks
- Sharangsho/sharmormo – 5 marks
- Vab shomprosharon – 5 marks
- Letter/application – 5 marks
- Essay – 15 marks (you have to answer one from 3)
- Part B: Objective

There will be 30 questions given and candidates will have to answer those all.

## JSC New Syllabus 2020: English

As like as the Bangla, English has also combined into a single paper which is called English. So, there is no 1st paper and 2nd paper in English also. For including 2 subjects into 1 question pattern was needed to change. Question pattern is discussed below –

English question has 4 parts. In the part A section candidates will have to answer some test item. There will be 3 sections in the

**Part – A (seen part – 20)**

- Reading (MCQ) 7 (1*7)
- Gap filling (without clues) (5)
- Short answer question 8 (2*4)

**Part – B (unseen part – 25)**

- Information transfer (1 text) – 5
- True/false – 5
- Cloze test with clues – 5
- Close test without clues – 5
- Matching – 5

**Part – C (Grammar)**

- Speech -5
- Punctuation – 5
- Use of articles – 5
- Changing sentences – 5
- (voice, sentences, interrogative, affirmative, negative, exclamatory) – 5
- Suffixes and prefixes – 5

**Part – D (writing)**

- Dialogue – 10
- Paragraph – 10
- Formal/informal e-mail – 10

Candidates who want know more about their English question pattern are suggested to scroll down below. We have uploaded some model question for you guys so that you can have a proper idea over your questions.

## JSC New Syllabus 2020: Mathematics

Mathematics question pattern hasn’t changed. So, it’ll be as same as the last year’s math questions. No difference is going to occur in mathematics question pattern.

Still we are going to discuss about the **JSC mathematics exam mark distribution for 2020**. There are two parts in the mathematics exam. One is subjective and other one is objective. In subjective part 11 srijonshil (CQ) question will be given and students will have to answer 7 from them.

There will be 4 parts in the subjective exam –

- Algebra – 20 marks (You have to answer 2 questions out of three)
- Arithmetic – 20 marks (you have to answer 2 questions out of three)
- Geometry – 20 marks (you have to answer 2 questions out of three)
- Statistics – 10 marks (you have to answer 1 question out of two)

And in the objective part there will be 30 objective questions from the Math book. These question can be given from anywhere of the book so we suggest our candidates to read the book properly.

## JSC New Syllabus 2020: Science

There will be 3 parts of the exam. One is subjective where 11 questions will be given and students will have to answer 7 of them. Second part is objective where 30 objective questions will be given and the third part is practical about which science students are aware of.

- Part A – Subjective (7 question will have to answer within 11)
- Part B – objective (30 questions)

**Time – 3 hours**

## JSC New Syllabus 2020: Bangladesh and Global Studies

There will be 11 questions given in the question paper and students will have to answer 7 of them and in the objective part they will have to answer 30 objective questions.

- Part A – Subjective (7 question will have to answer within 11)
- Part B – objective (30 questions)

**Time – 3 hours**

## JSC New Syllabus 2020: ICT

Like every other subjects ICT subject will follow a same question pattern.

- Part A – Subjective (7 question will have to answer within 11)
- Part B – objective (30 questions)

**Time – 3 hours**

## JSC New Syllabus 2020: Islam and Moral Education

Islam shikkha question pattern will also follow the same question pattern.

- Part A – Subjective (you will have to answer 7 questions within 11)
- Part B – objective (30 questions)

**Time: 3 hours**

## JSC New Syllabus 2020: Hindu Dharma

- Part A – Subjective (you will have to answer 7 questions within 11)
- Part B – objective (30 questions)

**Time: 3 hours**

## JSC New Syllabus 2020: Khristo Dharma

- Part A – Subjective (you will have to answer 7 questions within 11)
- Part B – objective (30 questions)

**Time: 3 hours**

## JSC New Syllabus 2020: Buddhist Dhormo

- Part A – Subjective (you will have to answer 7 questions within 11)
- Part B – objective (30 questions)

**Time: 3 hours**

## JSC New Syllabus 2020: Home Science

- Part A – Subjective (you will have to answer 7 questions within 11)
- Part B – objective (30 questions)

**Time: 3 hours**

## JSC New Syllabus 2020: Physical Studies

There is 50 marks in this exam.

- Part A – subjective 30 marks
- Part B – Objective 20 marks

## JSC New Syllabus 2020: Arts and Crafts

- Part A – Subjective (you will have to answer 7 questions within 11)
- Part B – objective (30 questions)

**Time : 3 hours**

## JSC New Syllabus 2020: Agricultural Studies

Agricultural studies is a fourth subject exam for the JSC candidates. These question will follow the same pattern as the other exams.

- Part A – Subjective (you will have to answer 7 questions within 11)
- Part B – objective (30 questions)

**Time: 3 hours**

There are some other subjects as the Islam Shikkha and Hindu dhormo. These all questions will follow the same question pattern as it used to be in the last years. So, there is nothing to be worried about. The changes that are made from the ministry we have differentiate those all. So, all candidates should do now to follow the new question pattern of bangle and English exam and try to cope with the new question pattern. We are here to help you whenever you need us. We will keep uploading updates for the JSC Candidates all over the country.

This question pattern is applicable for all the boards. Dhaka board, Rajshahi board, Dinajpur board, sylhet board, Barishal Board, Chittagong board and Khulna board all will follow the question pattern. So, candidates from all over the country can follow our website to be guided before the exam. We highly recommend you to follow our website for latest suggestions and model questions.