CBSE declares new updates regarding class 10th and class 12th results

News Jul 20, 2021 3 mins read

Because the results of the Class 12 board will be revealed on July 31, CBSE has ordered all of its associated schools to stick to the schedule and finish the moderation between July 16 and July 22.

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) released a new update on Class 10 and Class 12 board results on Thursday.

The CBSE board said that the web page for CBSE Class 12 results moderation and finalization will be open from July 16 to July 22. The portal can be accessed via cbse.gov.in.

Because the results of the Class 12 board will be revealed on July 31, CBSE has ordered all of its associated schools to stick to the schedule and finish the moderation between July 16 and July 22.

"According to the policy, the portal for moderation and finalization of Class XII results will be active from July 16 (afternoon) until July 22." (Mid Night). Because the Board must announce the results by July 31, schools are urged to stick to the schedule and complete the moderation process on time. If any school fails to finish the moderation by the deadline, their results will be announced separately after July 31, according to the CBSE board.

The CBSE board has also ordered schools to "ensure comparability and fairness" for students, warning that "any uneven application of policy across schools may result in either an unfavourable impact or an excessive gain for some students." "..

ā€œNo kid should be harmed as a result of inequitable policy implementation within or across schools "According to CBSE's circular.

CBSE stated a user-friendly programme has been developed to help schools with mark moderation, and the rules would be made available on the web.

"There are two aspects to this software: subject-specific moderation and overall moderation. For schools, a complete tabulation sheet with all components of marks (Class X, Class XI, Class XII, and Practical) will be visible. Before beginning the process of mark moderation, /Project/IA and schools should read and comprehend the guidelines. It may also be ensured that the submission button is only pushed when you are certain that the moderation you performed is 100 per cent proper," according to the board.

If it is discovered that a school has not followed the directions, CBSE has said that before the results are prepared, it will modify the marks to make the granted marks in line with the policy's objectives.

"It is also stated that CBSE will keep track of the data updates made by the schools. If it is discovered that the policy has not been followed in letter and spirit by schools, the CBSE may take the appropriate action against them as outlined in the policy "The board was updated with instructions to follow the directives within the timeframe provided.

Board tabulation policy for CBSE classes 10 and 12:

Students in Class 12 will be graded depending on their performance in Class 11 and Class 10. Around 40% of the marks will be based on the 12th pre-board test, and 60% of the marks will be based just on students' performance in Class 11 and Class 10 final exams.

The CBSE will use the 30:30:40 method to evaluate class 12 students based on the outcomes of Class X, XI, and XII examinations.

"The results of the Class 12th board examinations will be calculated by adding 30 per cent of the best three subjects from Class 10th, 30 per cent of the best three subjects from Class 11th, and 40 per cent of the unit test, mid-term, or pre-board exams from Class 12," CBSE Examination Controller Sanyam Bhardwaj said.

For Class X, 30% of the points will be determined on the average theoretical component of the best three performing subjects out of the five main courses.

For Class XI, 30% of the marks will be based mostly on the theory component of the final exam, and for Class XII, 40% of the marks will be based on unit tests, mid-term examinations, and pre-board exams.

For Class XI, 30% of the marks will be based on the theory component of the final exam, and for Class XII, 40% of the marks will be based on unit tests, mid-term examinations, and pre-board exams.

"The school's historical record, in terms of the best overall performance in the preceding three years' board examination, would be regarded as the reference for moderating scores assessed by the school in 2020-2021," according to the CBSE.

"If the overall average of the pupils in a certain school is 72 per cent in 2017-2018, 74 per cent in 2018-2019, and 71 per cent in 2019-20," the board noted, "the school will use the subject wise averages of 2018-19 for moderation."

The chosen year will serve as the school's reference year. The policy statement stated, "For each subject, the school will have to follow a broad distribution of marks, which will be based on the success of that school in that subject during that current year."

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