As the boards have been cancelled, The Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UPMSP) has brought in new evaluation criteria. For intermediate (class 12) pupils, the board will take into account 50 percent of marks earned in class 10, 40 percent in class 11, and the remaining 10% earned in the class 12 pre-board test.
Similarly, in high school, 50% of grades will be based on total grades in class 9 and 50% of grades in class 10 pre-board. Students will be granted marks based on 50% of what they received in class 10 for non-practical topics, with a maximum value of 100. To get the value that will be used for class 12 results, divide the total marks by 6.
After the government decided to cancel the examination, an 11-member committee led by Aradhana Shukla, additional chief secretary, secondary education. It constituted so that it can devise the technique for giving marks to examinees in classes 10 and 12. In class 11, the board adds 40% of the total marks earned by students in a particular topic.
The remaining marks will be equal to 10% of the total marks earned by the student in that subject during the class 12 pre-board examination. The theory exam makes up 70% of the grade in high school, while practical exams make up 30%. According to the official, the school has already uploaded the internal assessment results.
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