CBSE Class 12 Results: The Board told the Supreme Court that Class 12 results will be determined on the basis of performance in Class 10, Class 11 and Class 12.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Thursday filed before the Supreme Court its criteria for assessment to obtain marks or marks for Class 12 examinations.
The board told the high court that Class 12 results would be determined on the basis of performance in Class 10, Class 11 as well as Class 12, ANI reported. While 30 percent weight will be given to students ’performance in Class 10 and 11, their performance in class 12 will carry 40 percent weight.
In Class 12, the marks obtained in unit, term and practical examin will be considered.
Attorney General KK Venugopal told the court that there may be a review committee that will look at the differences in the marking methods adopted by various schools to place all students until the final marks for Class 12, ANI reported.
He added that the results would be announced on July 31.
CBSE also stated that in Classes 10 and 11, marks will be considered for 3 out of 5 papers in the term tests.
The Supreme Court granted prima facie approval for the screening process, but asked the board to devise a way to resolve disputes among students who were upset. The court will issue final orders on Monday.
The Class 12 exams were suspended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on June 1 after a high-level meeting. The test had to be canceled due to an increase in Covid-19 cases across the country.
CBSE on June 4 had set up a high-level committee to set out the best practices for CBSE Class 12 Result 2021. The 13-member panel, deliberately set up by the board, was due to submit its report within 10 days, but requested a few days’ extension.
It was also decided at a meeting chaired by the Prime Minister that in the event that certain students want to write the exams, that approach will be provided by the CBSE when the situation allows.
The Class 12 test was scheduled for May-June and was postponed due to the second wave of the disease. The CBSE had already canceled the 10th board exams and announced another marking policy.