Class 12th Result 2021: How to evaluate students of 12th board of states including CBSE-ICSE, hearing in Supreme Court today

Class 12th Result 2021: How to evaluate students of 12th board of states including CBSE-ICSE, hearing in Supreme Court today

Due to the Corona epidemic, the 12th examination was canceled by the boards of all the states including CBSE and ICSE. At the same time, in the Supreme Court today, on what basis the state boards including CBSE and ICSE will mark the students of class 12, there will be a hearing on this.

Significantly, in the last hearing, the Central Government had told the court that in view of Corona, the 12th examination has been canceled. CBSE and ICSE had sought time from the Supreme Court to decide the objective criteria for awarding marks to the students. Today both the boards have to give information on this. It is expected that CBSE and ICSE will tell about the evaluation criteria of the students during the hearing in the Supreme Court today. In the midst of all this, lakhs of 12th class students are also eagerly waiting for the marking scheme to be announced.

This can be the marking formula for 12th class students

Let us inform that CBSE had formed a 13-member committee on June 4 to decide the marking scheme of class 12 students. These panels were directed to submit the report within 10 days. At the same time, there has been a deep brainstorming by the panel regarding the evaluation criteria of the students. If sources are to be believed, the panel is in favor of the 30:30:40 formula for recommending evaluation criteria for class 12 students. This means that 30 percent weightage should be given to the final result of class 10th and 11th and 40 percent weightage should be given to the pre board exam of 12th.

The date of release of 12th result is likely to be announced soon.

It is worth noting that if the Supreme Court approves the evaluation criteria laid down by CBSE, then it will be implemented. Soon after this the date of release of 12th result will also be announced. Let us tell you that after the meeting chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 1 June, CBSE’s 12th examination was canceled. After the cancellation of CBSE exams, many states also canceled their board exams.

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