Having the board exams suspended for this academic year altogether, the Class 12 results, CICSE will additionally take into account the top performances from 2015 through 2020.
If you are a CISCE student waiting for the Class 12 Board Results 2021, there is some good news for you. The Council for Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) is scheduled to release its Class 12 test results by July 20, according to sources. The article went on to say that for Classes 11 and 12, pupils’ performance will be evaluated based on internal marks.
According to reports, the Council for Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) is scheduled to release Class 12 test results by July 20. Its evaluation will be based on the pupils’ internal grades for Classes 11 and 12, according to the statement. The board will also take into account the greatest results from 2015 to 2020.
Meanwhile, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is set to provide its findings on the Class 12 evaluation system before the Supreme Court tomorrow. The Supreme Court, while supporting the Centre’s and CBSE’s decisions, inquired about the philosophy to be followed in developing set targets for Class 12 results. During the previous hearing, the federal government requested two weeks to answer. With the COVID epidemic in mind, the Central government suspended the CBSE Class 12 board examinations for 2021 on June 1.
The court had already given it two weeks to finalize the requirements for releasing the Class 12 results, together with the Centre and the CISCE.
Meanwhile, the CBSE has published a new circular on the modification of school-based grading and practical examination method. Furthermore, the CBSE has requested that all overdue internal or practical exams be completed online. In addition, the CBSE has formed a 13-member team to work on the report that will be presented to the Supreme Court.
The government announced on June 1 that the CBSE Class 12 Board examinations will be canceled because of the COVID-19 epidemic, after considerable doubt and debate.
The Supreme Court praised the judgment but questioned the concept that would be used to develop evaluation criteria and prepare the findings. The Centre requested a two-week response timeframe. The CISCE, on the other hand, requested four weeks, but the bench warned it would cause delays for students who wished to study overseas. The CBSE has released a new circular on the modification of school-based evaluation and practical examination format. The council has directed that all pending internal or practical tests be completed online.
Furthermore, Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia wrote to Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’, recommending that the results for class 12 students whose exams were suspended owing to the COVID-19 epidemic be calculated using the scores earned in class 10, 11, and pre-board examinations. Schools have been requested to submit tabulated marks for class 10 by June 30, with the results anticipated to be announced in July.