The result will be decided on the basis of the formula of 30:30:40, students dissatisfied with the marking scheme will get a chance to take the exam. (CBSE 12th Board – Result will be decided on the basis of 30:30:40)
Result will be decided on the basis of 30:30:40 formula
On June 4, Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) had constituted a 13-member committee to decide the marking scheme of class 12 students. This committee was directed to submit the report in 10 days. The panel deliberated a lot regarding the assessment criteria of the result. The committee has fixed the 30:30:40 formula for the evaluation of class 12 students. Under this, 30 percent weightage will be given to 3 subjects of 10th and final result of 11th and 40 percent weightage will be given to 12th pre-board exam. The CBSE has submitted its report on the assessment criteria set to the Supreme Court.
Result may be released by 31st July
During the hearing of the matter, the board also told that if students are dissatisfied with the results released on the basis of the prescribed criteria and want to take the examination, then separate arrangements will be made for them later. The board also said that if everything goes well, the results will be released by July 31. (CBSE 12th Board – Result will be decided on the basis of 30:30:40)
Supreme Court gave two weeks-time
During the earlier hearing in the case, the Central Government had told the court that due to Covid-19, the 12th examination has been cancelled. After which CBSE and ICSE had sought two weeks’ time from the Supreme Court to decide the objective criteria for preparing the results. In this regard, the board submitted its report to the court today. (CBSE 12th Board Updates 2021- CBSE extended the date)
Marks to be uploaded by June 28
Earlier, the board had directed the schools to upload the 12th internal assessment marks on the CBSE system by June 28. The CBSE Class 12 exams were cancelled after a high-level meeting chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on June 1. After the cancellation of the CBSE exams, many states including Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) also cancelled their board exams.