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  • The CHSE today announced that the results of the annual Plus II examinations will be declared by August second week.
  • Scores will be awarded in Theory Papers by mapping and aligning of the subjects of 10th Board with papers of Class XI of CHSE

The Council of Higher Secondary Education on Friday released an alternative assessment criteria for the Regular and Ex-Regular examinees of Annual H.S. Examination, 2021, on the basis of suggestion of the Expert Committee after necessary approval by the Examination Committee and the Department of Mass Education.

The CHSE today announced that the results of the annual Plus II examinations will be declared by August second week.

(1) ASSESSMENT CRITERIA FOR REGULAR EXAMINEES

(A) Practical/Project:-

The examinees will be asked to submit their Practical Records/Project Report with their concerned Head of the Department in the Higher Secondary School within a period of 10 days from the date of issue of necessary instructions by the CHSE avoiding congregation and following COVID-19 guidelines issued by Govt. from time to time. The examinees, who can't come to their School/College because of the lockdown situation, may send the same to their concerned Head of the Department in the H.S. School/College address by registered parcel. However, in case any examinee's home or school comes under Containment Zone, time relaxation will be provided under necessary approval.

The Internal Examiner(s) of the H.S. School will award scores for the Practical component basing on

i) the Practical Records

ii) performance of the examinee in the regular laboratory work experiments in the practical classes

iii) performance of the examinee in 10th Board examination. All necessary inputs will be provided by the H.S. School to the Internal Examiners.

The Practical scores awarded by the Internal Examiner(s) will be verified and corrected by the H.O.D. of the concerned Department. In case of a single man department, the Practical scores awarded by the Internal Examiner are to be re-checked and corrected by him/her before submission.

The Internal Examiner(s) for the Project Works will award scores for the Project component basing on

(i) the Project Report submitted by the examinee

(ii) performance of the examinee in the 10th Board examination. All necessary inputs will be provided by the H.S. School to the Internal Examiners. The Project scores awarded by the Internal Examiner(s) will be re-checked and corrected by the H.O.D/Internal Examiner(s) in case of a single man department.

Practical/Project scores will be awarded and re-checked by the Internal Examiner(s) and Head of the Department keeping in view the average range of Practical/Project scores of the same institution in the relevant paper during the last three years and scores shall be allotted to each examinee in graded manner under the supervision of the Principal. For the purpose, each Department with Practical is required to prepare a table with the range of marks and number of examinees against each range for the last three years as per instructions of CHSE.

The Internal Examiner(s), H.O.D. and the Principal will be required to furnish a Certificate to the Council that "Scores in Practical/Project have been awarded after careful assessment as per instructions of the CHSE and are in conformity with the average range of Practical/Project scores obtained by the examinees of this Higher Secondary School during the last three years".

The mark foils of the Practical/Projects will be prepared by the H.S. School in the format to be prescribed by the CHSE. One copy of the mark foil will be retained with the H.S. School. The second copy with soft copy in excel format will be submitted by the H.S. Schools to the respective Nodal H.S. Schools selected by CHSE. The Nodal H.S. Schools will scrutinize, moderate and upload the Practical/Project scores with the help of a team of experts from different subjects. All necessary inputs required by the Nodal H.S. Schools including the number of examinees in each range for a paper during the last three years will be supplied by the concerned H.S. Schools. CHSE will notify the detailed procedure to be followed in this matter. If any examinee fails to submit the Practical / Project Records in due time, no score will be awarded in Practical / Project at the Higher Secondary School level and the same is to be reported to CHSE. In such cases, proportionate score will be awarded in Practical / Project by CHSE taking in to account the score awarded in the Theory Component of the concerned paper.

(B) Theory

Scores will be awarded in Theory Papers/Theory Component of a paper by mapping and aligning of the subjects of 10th Board with papers of Class XI of CHSE basing on the following principles.

(i) Score of a paper of 10th Board Examination will move directly to the paper of Class-XII of CHSE after necessary conversion out of maximum marks and rounding off to the next whole number in case of decimal figure. In case none of the MIL/Language Papers of class 10th has been taken at Class-XI, then highest score in the MIL/Language Paper, irrespective of the MIL/Language Paper, will be the MIL score in Class- XII. The scores in Optional Language Papers will be awarded in the same line as that of MIL paper.

(ii) Average of the scores of the papers of 10th Board Examination will be awarded in the paper of Class-XII of CHSE, in case the paper of Class-XII of CHSE is related to more than one paper of 10th Board, after necessary conversion out of maximum marks and rounding off to the next whole number in case of decimal figure.

(iii) Average of best two scores of Mathematics, Science and Social Science of 10th Board Examination will be awarded in the elective paper of Class-XI, of CHSE, in case the elective paper of Class-XI of CHSE doesn't have any relation with any paper after necessary conversion out of maximum marks and rounding off to the next whole number in case of decimal figure.

2. ASSESSMENT CRITERIA FOR EX-REGULAR EXAMINEES.

Scores will be awarded for the components of Practical/Project and Theory under different methods as follows:

(A) Practical/Project:-

The same method is to be adopted for awarding scores to the Ex-Regular Examinees as prescribed for Regular Examinees at 1. (A).

(B) Theory

(i) In a paper the examinee shall be awarded the same marks secured by him/her in the immediate preceding Annual H.S. Examination in which he/she had appeared provided he/she had passed in that paper. An examinee is deemed to have passed in a paper provided he/she had passed both Theory and Practical/Project Components of that paper separately. Therefore, the scores of the paper will not be carried forward, if the examinee has failed in any component in the preceding Annual CHSE Examination.

(ii) Average score of all papers excluding the failed paper of the immediate preceding Annual CHSE Examination appeared by the Examinee will be awarded in English/M.I.L. in case the examinee has been failed/absent in English/M.I.L. but has appeared in other papers.

(iii) Average score of best two elective papers secured in the immediate preceding Annual H. S. Examination appeared by the examinee will be awarded in the failed/ absent/cancelled Elective Paper(s) provided the examinee has passed in at least one Elective Paper.

(iv) Highest score secured in an Elective Paper in the immediate preceding Annual H.S. Examination appeared by the examinee will be awarded in all the failed papers in case the examinee has failed in all the Elective Papers.

(v) In case of an examinee whose result has been cancelled because of Malpractice and scores are not available in the immediate preceding Annual H.S. Examination appeared by the examinee, the scores will be awarded as per 2 (i) to (iv), but basing on the latest available scores in the preceding Annual H.S. Examination appeared by the examinee, if any.

In case of any examinee, whose result has been cancelled because of Malpractice and no score is available in respect of any preceding Annual H.S. Examination, no score will be awarded to such examinees. They will appear the off line examination when the situation becomes conducive.

(vi) In case of an examinee, whose paper has been cancelled because of Malpractice, the scores will be awarded as per 2 (i) to (iv) basing on the scores of immediate preceding Annual H.S. Examination appeared by the examinee and treating the cancelled paper as a failed paper.

(vii) In case of Vocational Stream : The average score of two highest scores of the BFC Papers will be awarded in the BFC Paper(s) failed provided the examinee has passed in at least one BFC Paper. The score of the Trade Paper passed will be awarded in the Trade Paper failed.

In case the Ex-Regular Examinee has failed in all BFC Paper, the highest score of the BFC Paper will be awarded in all BFC Papers. Similarly, in case the Ex-Regular Examinee has failed in all Trade Papers, the highest score of the Trade Paper will be awarded in both the two Trade Papers.

In case of English and MIL, the scores will be awarded as per 2 (ii).

All calculation will be based on the scores of the immediate preceding Annual H.S. Examination in which the examinee has appeared.

(viii) All calculated scores under 2 (i) to (vii) will be converted out of maximum marks in the relevant papers and will be rounded off to the next whole number in case of decimal figure.

(C) Theory (Compartmental Cases)

(i) For papers in which the candidate had failed in the Examination qualifying for Compartmental Examination, the method as prescribed under 2 (ii) to (vii) will be the same for Compartmental Examinees with the exception that, all calculation will be made on the basis of the scores of the qualifying examination for a Compartmental examinee. All Calculated scores will be converted out of the maximum marks in the relevant papers and will be rounded off to the next whole number in case of decimal figure.

3. OPTION TO APPEAR THE OFF-LINE EXAMINATION

If an examinee is not satisfied with the result declared on the basis of Alternative Assessment Criteria, an option to appear in the Examination in the Off-line mode will be provided as and when situation becomes conducive and necessary clearance is obtained from the Government. The result of the same examination will be final and binding on the examinee.

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