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CBSE Conduct Exams for Students Not Satisfied With Evaluation Criteria In August

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CBSE Latest News 2021 to conduct examinations in August

Read the article to know about the process to be followed by the students not satisfied with CBSE results in 2021.

Overview on CBSE Board Exams 2021

Students not satisfied with the 30:30:40 criteria can appear for the Board Exams physically in August when the Board will conduct the examinations, once the covid cases subside.

Central Board of Secondary Education has canceled the Board Exams on 1st June 2021. Later, the evaluation criteria were declared and students are supposed to be marked on a 30:30:40 basis.

To know more about the 30:30:40 formula, read this article.

Highlights on CBSE Board Exams 2021

  • CBSE to conduct Board Exams for the students not satisfied with the CBSE Result criteria, from August 15 to September 15.
  • The dates have not yet been confirmed and are tentative.
  • Marks scored in the offline exams will be final and no request for changes in them will be entertained.
  • The decision regarding NIOS, repeaters and students appearing for compartmental in CBSE has been mentioned below in the article.

CBSE Latest Exam News 2021- CBSE Board Exams from August to September

Central Board of Secondary Education canceled the Board Exams for Class 10 and Class 12 students for the year 2021. The Board then decided to award marks to the students based on Internal Assessment and Final Exams of Class 10 and Class 11.

Students, who think that this criterion wouldn’t benefit them in any way, can apply for Board Exams to be held in August. The dates are tentative and may change depending upon the Covid situation in the Country.

The dates were mentioned in the submission of the affidavit filed in the Supreme Court of India. Students will have to fill registration forms online that are to appear in the offline exams from August.

Schools have been directed to start the marking process for students and to submit the same once completed to the Board. The Board will then look into the final evaluation and will declare the results.

Each school will have a committee of 5 members followed by the head of the school, who will be evaluating the marks for the students. A portal where all the committees of the schools will submit their marks will be launched on 22 June 2021.

Results for Class 10 students are expected to be released by July 20. And for Class 12, results will be declared by July 31, 2021.

 

Repeaters, NIOS students, and Compartmental Students for CBSE Board Exams

  • Hearing is to take place for the Repeaters, NIOS, and Compartmental Students in the Supreme Court of India.
  • According to sources, it has been decided to provide the same opportunity of appearing in offline exams will be given to these students who are not satisfied with the evaluation of the mark and wish to appear for written exams.
  • Students who want to appear for the Board Exams offline will have to register themselves on the official website of CBSE, cbse.nic.in.
  • The marks in the exams in August will be final and no changes will be made once declared.

 

FAQ’S

1.     What is the final decision for CBSE Board Exams to be given by Repeaters?

The hearing is to take place in the Supreme Court of India and after the completion; the final decision will be announced for Repeaters, NIOS, and Compartmental Students.

2.     Will there be a merit list declared for this year?

No, there won’t be a merit list declared for this year.

3.     When will the registration start for exams to be held from August onwards?

The registration for the exams will start from August 1 onwards. The Dates for registration, instructions to be followed, and the date sheet for the optional exams will be declared by the Central Board of Secondary Education by the end of July.

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