CBSE Exams for Class X and XII Cancelled
According to the latest update on the CBSE exams and the decision on the pending CBSE class X and XII exams, the supreme court, today, has approved the assessment scheme submitted by CBSE. It is official now that the CBSE Exams are cancelled. The results will be declared by 15 th of July. The SC called the draft notification submitted by CBSE to be “comprehensive”. CBSE, in its affidavit, has mentioned the scheme for evaluation of remaining board papers of class X and class XII.
The Evaluation Scheme by CBSE
The overview of the evaluation scheme by the CBSE is as follows:
- The results of class X and XII students, who have given all their exams, will be declared according to their performances.
- For the students who have given 3 or more papers of this year’s board exams, the marks for the remaining pending exams will be calculated by taking out the average of the marks “obtained in best 3 performing subjects.”
- For the students who have given 3 papers of this year’s board exams, the marks for the remaining pending exams will be calculated by taking out the average of the marks ‘obtained in best 2 performing subjects’.
- For a few of the class XII students who have given only 1 or 2 papers of this year’s board exams, their results will be declared according to their performance in ‘ the appeared subjects and performance in internal/practical/project assessment.
However, CBSE has made a provision for class XII students to have an option to appear in the “optional examinations” to improve their performance. CBSE is likely to conduct the optional examination whenever the situation becomes “conducive”.
“Results will now be declared following an alternate assessment scheme. Class 12 students will get an option to appear for exams later to improve their score. However, for students who chose for sit for exams, their marks in the exams will be treated as the final score,” Exam Controller Sanyam Bhardwaj said in an official notification.
The optional examination will be conducted for the remaining subjects which were scheduled to be taken place between 1st July to 15th July. The “conducive time” will be decided by the centre.
Here is the latest official notification by CBSE regarding cancellation of board examinations.
CBSE Results To Be Declared by 15th Of July
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