Amid confusion over the CBSE class 12 evaluation after the Union government cancelled the exam in the Country, Board secretary Anurag Tripathi today claimed that students will not face any issues with the results.
"We are making sure that students do not face any issues when it comes to results. Want to assure students that they will have their results before admissions to higher universities begin," the CBSE secretary told ANI.
He further said that the CBSE evaluation criteria for the CBSE Class 12 is under consideration and it would take upto two weeks. The experts will look at all the possibilities and make a decision, said Tripathi.
"If students would not satisfied with the evaluation process then an option of re-exam is available for them after COVID," Tripathi added.
On June 1, Prime Minister Narendra Modi chaired a review meeting regarding the Class 12 board exams of CBSE and later on announced cancellation of the exam.
In view of uncertain conditions due to COVID & feedback obtained from stakeholders, it has been decided that Class 12 Board Exams would not be held this year. CBSE to take steps to compile results of Class 12 students as per well-defined objective criteria in a time-bound manner, said the PM.
PM Modi further said that the decision on Class 12 CBSE Exams has been taken in the interest of students. He stated that COVID-19 has affected the academic calendar and the issue of Board Exams has been causing immense anxiety among students, parents and teachers, which must be put to an end.