CBSE 12th Mark Calculation Criteria to be released on June 17 (Representation)

CBSE 12th Mark Calculation Criteria to be released on June 17 (Representation)

According to the criteria discussed by the panel members, the Class 12 pre-board exams will have a maximum of 40 per cent marks while the final assessment of both Class 10 and Class 11 will have 30 per cent weight.

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  • Last updated:June 17, 2021, 10:37 IST
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More than 14 lakh students appearing for the 12th board exam conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will now be assessed by a special formula. The board is expected to mark class 12 students based on three years of performance, including a 12-year pre-board, and a final exam in class 10 and 11, so a comprehensive assessment of student abilities and performance is expected and therefore most panel members Favoring.

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Following a delay in the earlier deadline, the 13-member panel will now finalize its Class 12 assessment formula today and present it before the Supreme Court tomorrow, June 17. If the SC approves this criterion it will be implemented and the result date will come soon. Also released. CBSE 12 results are expected by July 15. The result of the CBSE assessment criteria is likely to be followed by other state boards as well, such as Class 12.

According to the criteria discussed by the panel members, Class 12 pre-board exams are expected to have a maximum of 40 per cent marks, while both Class 10 and Class 11 carry 30 per cent weight in the final assessment. While most panelists are in favor of this mode, the announcement of the final call is pending.

This criterion will be applicable only for 80 marks dedicated to the theory section of an examination for the remaining 20 marks, students will be assessed on practical and internal assessment as per general standard. In schools where practicals could not be kept due to the epidemic, virtual practicals were allowed by the board. The remaining schools with practical or internal assessment are now allowed to operate in mode only online mode and the mark will be uploaded on the links provided by 28th June.

Advocate Mamata Banerjee is fighting a case in the Supreme Court to cancel the 12th board exam. After the examination was canceled by the Center, he demanded a uniform policy for 12th standard students across India and a deadline for CBSE Class 12 students to ensure that college admissions are not further delayed. Thus tomorrow, the date of the result as well as the issue of examinations of the State Board and NIOS are also likely to be discussed.

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