Supreme Court accepted the assessment plan Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE). The board released evaluation criteria for Class 12 students with 30% weightage of Class 10th, 30% weightage of Class 11th and a 40% weightage of Class 12th scores. For class X & XI, marks in the best of 3 from 5 papers in term exams will be considered. For Class XII, marks obtained in unit, term & practicals will be taken into account.
Results of Class 12th board examinations will be prepared by adding 30% marks of best three subjects of Class 10th, 30% marks of Class 11th, and 40% marks of unit test, mid-term or pre-board exams of Class 12th: Sanyam Bhardwaj, Examination Controller, CBSE pic.twitter.com/rJjYNZ1oXT
— ANI (@ANI) June 17, 2021
The students have been responding negatively to the decision of considering Class 11th scores. ‘I believe that considering the performance of class 10 and 12 is fair but taking 30 per cent of final exams of class 11 is not as it often not considered as the most serious academic year in comparison to class and 12 and might effect on the overall result,’ Anant Jain, Class 12 student of Vivekanand School, D-Block, Anand Vihar, Delhi, told Indian express.
SUMMARY FOR THE POLICY:
For students who are not satisfied with their marks board has provided them with an opportunity for offline exams after the pandemic settles. Results for Class 12th Boards will be announced by 31st July. After CBSE and ICSE presented their assessment criteria for Class 12th students to the Supreme Court on Thursday. Class 12th boards were cancelled due to the ongoing pandemic.
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