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Vikash Sharma

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  • The Result Committee will decide moderation on the hypotheses developed by them based on the learning outcome of the students and other related issues.

The Central Board Of Secondary Education (CBSE) has directed schools to upload marks of Class XI students on the website at the earliest.

The direction comes in the backdrop of a Supreme Court order for the declaration of Class XII results by July 31, 2021.

In a circular, CBSE has stated that schools are not uploading Class XI marks in the absence of reference year. Apart from this, they are not doing so with a premonition that moderation of Class XI marks will be done by the Board.

“It is clarified that moderation in both classes XI & XII will be done by schools only and not by CBSE. Further, there is no requirement of reference year for moderation of Class XI marks,” the CBSE circular read.

As per CBSE, the Result Committee will decide moderation on the hypotheses developed by them based on the learning outcome of the students and other related issues.

“All schools are requested to upload Class XI marks as per schedule. No extension in the last date for uploading Class XI marks will be allowed. The schools will be allowed to moderate marks of both Class XI and Class XII after uploading of data on website,” the circular added.

In another development, CBSE has also extended timeline for affiliation applications under various categories for the session 2022-23 under SARAS.

The Competent Authority of the Board after due consideration and reviewing the current COVID-19 situation has decided to further extended the window period of online application for Fresh Affiliation, Up-gradation of Affiliation and Extension of Affiliation till July 31, 2021 for the session 2022-23 without any late fees.

CBSE Asks Schools To Upload Class XI Marks, Affiliation Timeline For 2022-23 Session Extended

 

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