As we all are aware of the fact that the CBSE has canceled exams looking at the current situation. Now that there are no exams, the students are waiting for the results. There are certain criteria that need to be considered to give the result. It is on the 28th of June that the CBSE schools across the nation were supposed to hand over practical exam results to the authority.
However, there have been major changes owing to the situation. Earlier it was decided that the viva voce, internal assessment, and practical will be conducted online. Also, it was instructed that the dates of the online event be informed in advance. Hence, the schools have to take a photograph of all three examinations as proof.
Well, looking at all the situations a change was inevitable. Therefore, CBSE decided to work upon a different marking scheme so that results can be given soon. There are certain norms that will decide the final result of CBSE class 12 results.
- To consider the results of classes 10 and 11
- Class 12 pre-board exam to be taken into consideration.
- The CBSE affiliated schools do the necessary evaluation process.
- The schools need to set up a committee of 5 members and a principal to head the committee.
- Schools to give maximum weightage to class 12 pre-board exams, unit tests, and midterm exams. It will be 80 marks.
As final exams are not held this year; the CBSE will not release a merit list too. The school committee will be uploading the prepared results on the official website with the help of the IT team. The CBSE is gearing up to declare the result on 31st July 2021.
The other competitive exams like NEET, JEE Mains, and JEE Advanced are likely to take place from 1st August onwards as told by Mr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank last Friday. However, there is no certainty and everything will depend on the situation. We wish all the CBSE class 12 students with best wishes.
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