Marks for Class X, XI and XII will be reviewed at 30:30:40 to finalize the final results for CBSE Class XII students as the High Court on Thursday approved the ‘legal’ assessment methodology included.
Presenting a set of assessment methods for Class XII students, Attorney General KK Venugopal told the bench headed by Judge AM Khanwilkar that six of the best courses for Class X, XI and XII would be written.
While the 30 percent weight class will be given to Class X and XI, in Class XII the weight will be 40%, he said, adding that in Class XII the marks obtained by a student in his or her field, term and practice tests will be taken into account.
CBSE intends to announce the results on July 31.
However, the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) proposed to calculate marks based on student performance over the past six years.
Students who are dissatisfied with the marks or marks awarded in this way will have the opportunity to improve on their marks / marks by appearing on physical tests after Covid status control.
The Indian Certificate of Higher Education has proposed a system of calculating marks based on student performance over the past six years.
The ICSE spokesman said that they have taken marks on the Board of Class 10, project and visual work, working on school exams and taking excellent marks. We have taken the average of the last six years and not three as CBSE. He also added saying that the results would be announced on July 30.
The Supreme Court has officially accepted the plan proposed by the CBSE and ICSE, saying that no discrimination will be created for students who want to appear in the exams.
The bench said in a statement that after listening to the lawyers for the parties, we have already accepted the decision taken by the boards and put it before us. Students who want to appear can do so.
It also said that they do not agree to accept this plan and the board can continue with it.
However, the high court said it would take up the matter again on Monday to consider further proposals.
The center on June 1 canceled Class 12 exams due to Covid disease.
During the PIL hearing, the high court on June 3 asked the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and the Indian School Certificate Examination (CISCE) to write a two-week “well-defined policy” for students’ exams.
Explaining the CBSE test program presented in the affidavit, Venugopal said there would be an Outcomes Committee for each school to decide that students in schools usually give their students high marks.
There will also be a Balance Committee to look at the differences in marking structures acquired by schools, he said.
Schools are required to form an Outcomes Committee which will look at student marks in the three tests, and will be evaluated by the CBSE Moderation Committee, he explained.
The high court said it would hear applications for the suspension of Class XII state board exams in Punjab, Assam, Tripura and Andhra Pradesh on June 21, the day after the trial.
Eighteen nations have canceled XII Board exams and six have already taken the exams.