On June 1, the Government of India decided that CBSE’s Class XII board exams will not be conducted this year in view of the uncertain circumstances due to COVID-19 and the feedback received from various stakeholders.
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In a letter by CBSE’s controller of examinations Dr Sanyam Bhardwaj, regional directors have been asked not to ensure that schools are suddenly inspected without prior notice. “In order to fulfill this responsibility, it is necessary that all the officers involved in this work should be fully acquainted with the tabulation policy of the board,” the letter said.
“Schools should be inspected in such a way that at least each category of school i.e. Private/Govt./KVS/NVS is covered. A point wise report of each school should be prepared by the concerned officer. Documents specifically inspected by reasoned documents,” it said.
A complete report (one photograph may be taken) duly signed by the authorities along with soft copies of documents, may be sent to the undersigned by 12 Noon on Monday, 12th July, 2021.
The government had earlier said that CBSE would take steps to compile the results of Class XII students in a time-bound manner as per well-defined objective criteria. It was also decided that like last year, if some students wish to take the examination, such option would be provided to them by CBSE, if the situation permits.
Earlier, the Central Board of Secondary Examination (CBSE) had presented its evaluation criteria for awarding grades/marks for class 12 examinations before the Supreme Court. The board said that it will evaluate class 12 students on the basis of 30 per cent marks from class 10 board, 30 per cent marks from class 11 and 40 per cent marks from class 11 on the basis of performance in unit, midterm and pre-board tests.
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