The exams for minor subjects for class 10 will be held from November 17 to December 7, while it will be conducted from November 16 to December 30 for class 12 students.
Students of Class 10 and 12, who are all set to appear for CBSE offline exams for Term 1 paper have expressed their viewpoints regarding the same.
While the exams for minor subjects for class 10 will be conducted from November 17 to December 7, those for class 12 will be conducted from November 16 to December 30.
After declaration of datesheet by CBSE, teachers and students have weighed the pros and cons of offline exams.
With CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) term-1 exams approaching, a teacher has shared details regarding term division, marking criteria and the offline exams.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has allowed students to change their city or examination centre for Class 10 and 12 term-1 Board examinations 2021-22, depending on their current area of residence.
The term 1 will be of objective type and term 2 will be subjective paper, CBSE had announced earlier.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Monday released the date sheet of term 1 board examinations for Class 10 and 12 students for the session 2021-2022.
The board said the exams will be objective-type and the duration of the tests will be 90 minutes. The exams will start from 11.30 am instead of 10.30 am, keeping in view the winter season.
With the Term-1 Board exams for Classes 10 and 12 all set to kick off in November, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has reportedly come up with some new rules and guidelines for students appearing in the exams.
As per the latest CBSE circular, the request for all the processes will be accepted only ‘Online’ along with processing charge. No application after schedule and in offline mode will be accepted.
The board had earlier announced to divide the board exams for Class X and Class XII into two parts, i.e. Term 1 and Term 2. The board had also decided that the final score of the students would be calculated on the basis of her/his performance in both terms.
All the CBSE affiliated schools are required to register themselves before proceeding for the online submission. Schools must use the 'Affiliation Number' as user ID already available with them.
The CBSE has said that some students have been placed in RP (Repeat in Practical) category in few subjects in the Class 12 results which were announced recently.
The CBSE will hold the examinations for improvement of marks of classes 10 and 12 candidates from August 25 to September 15, and has fixed September 30 as the date for declaration of results.
"Either the data regarding marks of certain subjects was not available for these students or there were some calculation errors by the schools which were rejected by the portal for preparation of results.
CBSE has clearly stated that no merit list will be prepared for Class 12, 2021 results. The Board will neither declare subject-wise merit list of students nor will it issue merit certificates to the students.
Amid the speculations of CBSE announcing the Class 10 result in July, reports are there that the board may announce the result without any prior notice.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has come up with a new notification regarding the publication of Class 10 and Class 12 results.
The CBSE has asked the schools to stick to the assessment policy formulated by it for awarding marks to the students and warned to refrain from giving inflated marks.
The Central Board of Secondary Education on Monday released its special assessment scheme for the board examinations of class 10 and class 12 for the academic session 2021-2022.
Vide clause 14 of the “Result Tabulation Policy for Class 12", the schools were informed to use average of best three subjects for awarding marks in Class 11 in respect of the subject that has been changed from Class-9 to Class-12.
"These Boards are independent Boards. They have taken decision to cancel exams which, according to them, is in larger public interest of the students."
The Central Board Of Secondary Education has informed the Supreme Court that results of Class XII Board Examination 2021 for CBSE will be declared by July 31. The top court had suggested developing a dispute resolution mechanism, the CBSE said, disputes regarding computation of results will be referred to a committee constituted by the board.
A parents' association and students flagged several concerns with regard to the CBSE and ICSE schemes for evaluation for Class 12 results and said that many clauses are arbitrary and would be detrimental to future prospects of the students.