Class 12 NEB Syllabus || Marking scheme for Each Subject || Colzlife

There are great no of students who are feeling hard to pass their exams of grade 12. This article will help the students to pass as well as the students to increases their performance in board exams despite getting pass marks only. No one need to worry about these essentials now. Read till the end. You can learn about other essentials like handwriting, how to read, group study, etc. in our old article. In this article, we are going to fully focus on grade 12. We are starting from the syllabus of grade 12. colzlife provides you more knowledge to fascinates about the studying material


Compulsory English

In context of English, many students may not feel this subject hard but this can help you easily to get 80 plus and high marks. In compulsory English, 35 marks come from grammar, 15 marks from seen or unseen passage,25 from the text book, 10 marks from free writing and 15 from guided writing. It’s all easy for us to do this stuff all alone.

Compulsory Nepali

In this subject, 40 marks from grammar, 10 marks from unseen passage, 10 marks from guided writing, 10 from free writing,10 marks from unseen poem,10 marks from seen passage,10 marks from text book. Many students miss their questions due to lack of time management. Starting from grammar post can help one to manage time


We have three groups: Group A containing 20 marks, Group B containing 32 marks and group C with 23 marks. Group A contains very short answer questions, group B contains short answer questions and group C contains numerical. Students can easily pass physics by practicing derivations and memorizing the derived equations. In grade 12 , Numerical are bit ease as we can directly input formula. So, we can try very short ques too which will make students feel very easy to pass.


In this subjects, 30 marks comes from very short questions, 25 marks from short questions and 20 marks from long questions. For Organic chemistry one can go through the 5 lab preparations, name reactions, victor meyer’s method and Hoffman’s methods. For physical chemistry, one can go through; Ostwald dilution law, common ion effect, Solubility principle, different acid-base concepts and selection of indicator. For inorganic chemistry, One can study extraction and vitriols.


This subject is divided into two two portions;Zoology and Botany. Zoology contains 7 marks very short questions,15 marks short questions and 8 and 7.5 marks two long questions. Same for botany. For Zoology individual can focus on human body and diseases. For Botany, Monocot and dicot root and stems and leaves and genetics.


I will mention the evaluation scheme accordingly; Group A contains the questions of 2 marks, 12 in numbers question of 4 marks 8 in numbers 3 or question and question of 6 marks, 3 in numbers and 1 and or question. Group B contains the questions of 2 marks 3 numbers, question of 4 marks 2 in number, one in or question and question of 6 marks 2 in numbers, one in or question. Group C contains the questions of 2 marks, 3 in numbers, questions of 4 marks 2 in numbers and 1 in or question, question of 6 marks 2 in numbers, 1 in or question. We have total 100 marks for mathematics and full 3 hours to go for it.

Study hard and best of luck for the coming exam