The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is developing an IT system to facilitate the calculation work and help schools with 12 class results by reducing the time taken, a senior official told the news agency. A.N.I. On friday.

Regarding the tabulation of Class 12 marks, CBSE has decided to assist the Result Committee and the schools in preparing the results. Accordingly, an IT system is being set up at home, which will be made available to all the concerned schools sponsoring students. 12, “said Sanyam Bhardwaj, Controller of CBSE Examinations.

“This system will facilitate the calculation work, reduce the time taken and many other difficulties. The system will also publish the Class 10 marks of the students who have passed CBSE. Attempts will also be made to take the data of Class 10 result of other boards,” he added.

“The CBSE will be in constant touch with all the schools to ensure that the results are prepared by the schools without any problem. The CBSE will set up a help desk from next week to assist the schools in preparing the Class 10 and Class 12 results,” Bhardwaj said.

The results of CBSE 12 will be announced by July 31

CBSE has come up with an assessment scheme to mark 12th standard students. The results of 12th standard will be declared by July 31. The efficiency of scholars in class 12 will be demonstrated by their past academic performance.

A 12-member committee appointed by the CBSE to work on the assessment criteria had informed the apex court that the Class 12 results are likely to be declared by July 31 next month.

Examinations for both standard 10 and 12 classes were canceled by CBSE in view of the ongoing epidemic situation. The Board has announced its alternative assessment policy for both classes. Schools have been asked to submit 10th class by June 30, while the last date for schools to compile 12th standard is July 15.

As per the policy for class 12 results decided by the 13-member panel established by the board, the theory paper assessment formula will be given 30% weight class 10 marks, 30% class 11 marks and 40% weightage unit test / mid-term / pre- The class has got 12 marks in the board examination.

The CBSE scheme further stated that for Class 10, 30% marks would be taken based on the average theory component of the best three performing subjects out of the top five subjects.

According to the evaluation criteria announced for class 10 students, while 20 marks for each subject will be for internal assessment, such as every year, 80 years will be calculated based on the performance of students in various tests or examinations.

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