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Vikash Sharma

The Central Board Of Secondary Education (CBSE) recently announced the results for Class 10 and 12 Board Examinations 2021.

A lot of students have expressed their dissatisfaction over the computation of the results based on the evaluation criteria fixed by the Board.

As per the previous announcement, the CBSE will refer the disputes regarding the computation of results to a committee. In a circular, CBSE on Thursday said, “The Board is preparing the policy for submitting representations. The policy will be uploaded on the Board’s website by the evening of August 6, 2021.”

As per CBSE, all representations regarding disputes on results will only be accepted if they are made as per the proposed policy.

“The schools who are contacting to CBSE in any form, are requested to make the representations, once the policy is uploaded on the website, by complying the direction given therein. Any representation sent before this notification will have to be submitted again as per the policy notified within the given time line,” the circular read.

CBSE is committed to resolve all representations within the time frame as stated in the policy, it added. It is pertinent to mention here that the Class 12 results were decided based on 40 percent contribution of the marks based on Unit Test/ Mid Term/ Pre-Board exams, 30 percent marks of Class 11 based on the theory component and 30 percent of the marks of Class 10 based on the average theory component of best three performing subjects out of five main subjects.

The policy of tabulation of marks was fixed by the Board with help of an Expert Committee after both Class 10 and 12 Board examinations were cancelled in view of the Covid-19 pandemic situation this year. The policy was also approved by the Supreme Court on June 17, 2021.

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