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The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is likely to release the Class 12 result by the end of this month. The board recently directed schools to complete moderation of marks within the schedule so that the result can be declared latest by July 31, 2021.

"It is important to reiterate that the common objective before all of us is declaration of valid, reliable and unbiased results of the students in the pandemic situation. Moderating marks of Class-XI & XII will be a great responsibility, which has to be done in a manner to ensure justice and fairness to students," the CBSE said in an official release.

Amid the wait of students for the results, the board has shared the pattern of distribution of total marks, Theory and Practical, of students for the CBSE Class 12 result 2021, with the schools. 

'The broad pattern of distribution of students' total marks (Theory + Practical) of a school (i.e., the composite total of class-X, class-XI and class-XII theory marks) has been provided by the CBSE in the following manner':

CBSE Class 12 Results
CBSE Class 12 Results

"Schools will therefore have to, additionally, ensure that after moderation, the number of students with overall marks in the range of 95 and above, this year, is not more than the number of students scoring such overall marks, as per the best historic performance of the last three years. To further facilitate the schools in moderation of marks, user friendly software has been developed by CBSE, the guidelines of which will be made available on portal. 

This software has two sections - 1. Subject wise moderation and 2. Overall moderation. A complete tabulation sheet will be visible for schools comprising of all components of marks viz. Class X, Class XI, Class XII & Practical/Project/IA and schools should first go through the guidelines and understand before you undertake the exercise of moderation of marks. It may also be ensured that 'Submission' button needs to be pressed only when you are confirmed that moderation done by you is 100% correct," the board added.

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