CBSE has given the formula of 12th result:13-member committee submitted its report to the Supreme Court; Said- Will finalize the result on the basis of pre-board of 10th, 11th and 12th
The 13-member committee formed to prepare the results of class 12 of CBSE board submitted its report in the Supreme Court on Thursday. In this, the board has told about the formula to release the result. According to the board’s draft, the final results of class 10th, 11th and pre-board results of class 12th will be made the basis of final result. If everything goes well, the results will be released by July 31.
Giving the details of preparing the 12th marksheet, CBSE said that out of 5 subjects of 10th, the best marks of 3 subjects will be taken. Similarly, the average of the five subjects of class 11th will be taken and the number of 12th pre-board exam or practical will be taken.
The board said that 30-30% weightage will be given to 10th and 11th marks and 40% weightage to 12th marks. Separate arrangements will be made later for the children who want to take the exam. However, the hearing in the case is still on. The final decision on this will have to wait for some more time.
30:30:40 3 arguments of the panel on the formula
1. The panel member said that we have discussed with the Navodaya Vidyalayas, CBSE, affiliated schools and other schools run by the Centre. It came to the fore that this time the 12th batch has gone completely online. So there is a lot of uncertainty. Classes have not been conducted in normal conditions and assessment has also not been completed.
2. In such a situation, it is not appropriate to prepare the result of the panel on the basis of only 12th assessment. We have to judge the performance given by the students under normal conditions. In such a situation, the performance of 10th becomes very important. This is the most reliable data that CBSE has taken at its examination centers and it has been evaluated outside. Similarly, the 11th exams were also done before the lockdown. All these exams have happened in different situations.
3. The committee is thinking of giving more preference to 12th. But if we talk overall, then it can be agreed to give 30-30% weightage to 10th-11th and 40% weightage to 12th. However, some members are also talking about giving more weightage to class 10th and 11th. Some schools are also on this side. Nothing is final on this yet.
According to sources, the principals of CBSE affiliated schools have told the committee that they are in a position to give the numbers of the 10th, 11th and 12th tests and exams taken in 2020-21. No offline tests and practicals have been conducted in Mumbai schools last year and no physical classes have been conducted. Schools who have not been able to take practicals, have been approved for online practical and oral tests. Apart from this, instructions have also been given to upload the internal assessment numbers of class 12 on the CBSE system by June 28.
PM had canceled the exam on June 1,
before that amid the Corona epidemic, the central government had canceled the 12th board exams across the country on June 1. With the announcement of cancellation of the examination, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had said that the 12th result will be prepared within the stipulated time frame and on a logical basis. In such a situation, the big question is that on what basis the students will be assessed