The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) filed its assessment criteria for grades or marks for Class 12 exams before the Supreme Court on Thursday. On 3 June, the court gave CBSE two weeks to record an assessment methodology for Class 12 students.
The board has stated before the supreme court that class 12 results are determined based on class 10, class 11, and class 12 performance, reported by the ANI news agency. While the performance of pupils in classes 10 and 11 will be measured by 30%, their class 12 will be 40%. The unit, terms, and practical tests acquired for class 12 are taken into consideration, it has also been recorded. For class 12. The Court was advised by Attorney General KK Venugopal that a moderation committee can look at the discrepancy in the marking system followed by various institutions to put all students on a par with ANI for the awarding of final marks for grade 12 students.
The results will be announced by 31 July.
The CBSE further stated that scores of 3 out of 5 papers in term examinations will be taken into account for Classes 10 and 11.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi cancelled Class 12 examinations following a high-level meeting on 1 June. Due to the increase of instances in Covid-19 across the country, exams had to be annulled.
The CBSE had formed on 4 June an official Committee on CBSE Class 12 Results 2021 with the establishment of fully defined objective criteria. The Board set up the 13-member group to provide its findings within ten days, but requested that its report be extended for a matter of days.
In the meeting presided over by the Prime Minister, it was also determined that, if some pupils choose to take the examinations, they will be offered a CBSE alternative when things are favourable.
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