CBSE Result 2021
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) today launched a computation site for the moderating of theoretical marks in Classes 11 and 12. On cbse.gov.in, you may access the computation website. The schools will be given time to regulate the results provided according to the data bank for the reference year.
From July 16 through July 22, the moderation and tabulation site will be active. The board has asked the schools to input the grades as early as possible so that the results may be announced by July 31.
“Class 10 result of over 32,000 students from 7,800 schools were still pending. CBSE has not been able to pull their information. These included either students of other boards or some error from the school’s side,” the official CBSE notice read.
Schools that are unable to input their grades will have their results announced independently after July 31, according to the board. As part of its updated assessment plan for the academic year 2021-2022, the CBSE will provide new internal evaluation criteria for students in grades 10 and 12.
CBSE has stated that rather than just having a single board test at the end of year, it will divide the year among two academic sessions, with exams at the conclusion of each. Due to the extreme dynamic COVID situation, it has also developed a basket of four choices for how the official outcome will be computed, based on four distinct probable circumstances.
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