There will be two term exams for Class 10 and Class 12 students in the 2021-22 academic session. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Monday informed this through a notification highlighting the special assessment scheme to be followed in this upcoming session.
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.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will not declare the Class 12 board examination results of students who did not appear in the pre-board and half-yearly exams.
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Amid apprehension of scarcity of seats among the recently-passed Class 10 students, the Odisha Government on Monday assured them of smooth and hassle-free enrolment at higher secondary schools and technical institutions.
In a major update regarding CBSE 2021 Board exams, Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ on Friday (June 25) informed that the students of Class 10 and 12 who are dissatisfied with their results can appear for the optional exams in August.
Nishank, who is in the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) undergoing treatment for post-Covid complications, said students have been sending him messages with their queries and apprehensions.
The CBSE and CISCE boards have told the Supreme Court that class 12 board examination results would be declared by July 31 and the students, desirous of taking up the board examination physically of CBSE can do so between August 15 to September 15, subject to conducive pandemic situation.
A system has also been developed for computation of Class 10 component of marks based on result data available with the Board.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is developing an IT system to assist schools with tabulating class 12 results by easing down calculation work and reducing time taken, a top official said Friday.
The Supreme Court has approved the Central Board of Secondary Education’s (CBSE) 40:30:30 formula to evaluate the marks of Class 12 students, which will be based on their Class 12, Class 11, and Class 10 results, respectively.
Nishank said that the students who are not satisfied with their result under this process will be given an opportunity to appear in the examination to be conducted by the CBSE if the conditions are favourable.
While the CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) and CISCE (Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination) have already come up with the evaluation formula for Class 12 exams, all eyes are now on the criteria the Odisha CHSE Board is going to adopt. The Vice Chairman of Council of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE), Tusharkanti Tripathy on Thursday (June 17) made a big revelation in this regard. According to Tripathy, matriculation or the Class 10 examination would play an important role in the calculation of Plus-2 Board Examination marks.
Ending all speculations, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Thursday revealed the evaluation criteria for awarding marks to Class 12 students. The Board apprised the Supreme Court that the marks will be decided on the basis of the performance in Class 10th, Class 11th and Class 12th.
The suspense over marking formula still prevails. The CBSE panel is likely to finalise the assessment criteria for Class 12 Board examinations today and present it to the Supreme Court tomorrow (June 17). If reports are anything to go by, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is likely to take into consideration - the marks obtained by students in the finals of Class 10, Class 11 and Class 12 pre board exams to evaluate marks for students in Class 12 Board exams.
"The CBSE has permitted a moderation of plus 2 or minus 2 marks depending upon the result of the concerned school in past three years, I believe for class 12 the moderation reference should be plus 5 or minus 5 marks,"
In subjects where external examiner has not been appointed, the concerned school teacher of the subject will conduct the internal assessment based on the instructions given in Curriculum in an online mode and upload the marks awarded at the link provided by the Board.
The committee, which comprises Joint Secretary Education, Vipin Kumar, Commissioners of the Kendriya and Navodaya Vidyalayas, and representatives from the CBSE, and UGC among other, will have to submit its report in 10 days.
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) constituted a committee to decide marking scheme for Class-12 students, whose board exams have been cancelled. The committee is comprised of 12 members and a notification in this regard was issued on Friday (June 4).
In a major decision, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has incorporated coding and data science into its syllabus from the year 2021 onwards. The Centre had earlier proposed the introduction of coding and data science into the syllabus of students in its National Education Policy (NEP) 2020. In a tweet on Friday, Union Education Minister, Ramesh Pokhriyal welcomed the decision of the CBSE.
"Under NEP 2020, we promised to introduce coding and data science in schools. Today, I'm happy to see CBSE fulfilling the promise right in the session of 2021 itself. CBSE is empowering India's future generations with new-age skills."
The Prime Minister advised the students not to take the stress of any exam in their lives. Modi then asked the students about their feelings following the cancellation of exams in view of the Covid pandemic, wanting to know their plans.
A bench of Justices A M Khanwilkar and Dinesh Maheshwari asked Attorney General K K Venugopal and advocate J K Das, appearing for the CISCE, to place on record the parameters within two weeks.
Soon after the cancellation of CBSE and ICSE Class-12 board exams, Odisha Congress chief Niranjan Patnaik urged CM Naveen Patnaik to cancel the Plus-II board exams under the State Board.
In the circumstances, cancelling the Class XII board exams was the only course available to the CBSE. CISCE immediately followed suit. And the Council of Higher Secondary Examination (CHSE) is likely to do the same in Odisha