CBSE likely to announce final Class 12 marking criteria by June 16-17
The Central Government had canceled the CBSE Class 12 Board Exams, on 31st May 2021. Now it’s the students are concerned about how the board is going to allot marks? According to our sources, the result will be based on well-defined criteria. There is mainly one proposal on which the government is planning to base marks. CBSE likely to announce final Class 12 marking criteria by June 16-17 an officer of CBSE said.
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The Government is planning to consider the results of Class 10 final exam marks, Class 11 final exam marks, and Class 12 internal assessment marks for the final evaluation.
If any candidate is not satisfied with the marks given by CBSE after evaluating based upon the given order of evaluation, then CBSE will be giving the student another chance to appear in the Board Exams once the Covid-19 situation of the country subsides.
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CBSE will be informing the schools of each of the students of the marks they have awarded. Students will be able to collect the final mark sheet from respective schools once CBSE releases official notification.
CBSE will also be providing an online facility to the schools where the school authorities can check the marks distribution for each student. And if the school finds any mismatch during the checking, then they may inform the CBSE. And CBSE will be taking the required actions to change the allocated marks.
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If any candidate has not appeared in the final internal assessment for Class 12, then for such students schools will be allowed to take one-on-one telephonic viva/exam which will be recorded with digital evidence to be submitted to CBSE. CBSE will be taking the final decision for such students based on the evidence it receives.
Students result for the last three years (Class 10, 11, and 12 pre-boards) is to be considered to check whether the student has been consistent or not. There would be a difference in the weightage of each of the category but overall it is expected to declare the results of Class 12 based on the previously mentioned criteria.
Class 11 Marks were included for the final results as if a student hasn’t appeared for the P[re-Boards for Class 12, then the marks of Class 11 would help to approximately judge the student. Class 12 pre-boards have to be taken into consideration as the final result is to be declared for Class 12.
Previously 32 states and Union Territories were supporting the Board exams to be held this year despite the Covid situation. Among all the other states, only 4 states conducting Board exams which were Delhi, Maharashtra, Goa, and Andaman & Nicobar.
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Now, it is expected that CBSE will announce the marking criteria publically on Monday that is on 16-17 June 2021. The last internal meeting held for the committee created for the Board Exams 2021had a meeting on Saturday, 13 June where most likely they have concluded.
To keep control of marks inflation, the Government is most likely to talk with all the Central Universities to conduct a Common Entrance Test for them. The scheme of common entrance tests was proposed in the new Education Policy earlier this year.
The proposal took a back seat due to the current situation. But the government is planning to have a meeting regarding the common entrance test with all Central Universities once again.
For Example, A student who has secured 25 marks out of 30 marks would be converted:
Out of 50: = 25 * 50 = 1250/30 = 41.66
Out of 70: = 25 * 70 = 1750/30 = 58.33
Out of 80: = 25 * 80 = 2000/30 = 66.67
These are some criteria that are speculated to be adopted by CBSE for final result calculation.
1. How is the 12th class percentage calculated?
12th Percentage is calculated using the formula given in the article for the academic year 2020 -2021
2. What percentage is good for 12?
It depends from individual to individual. But to be on the safer side, anything more than 88% is considered to be good.
3. How is the 12th CGPA calculated?
12TH CGPA is calculated by adding 5 subject marks and by dividing it by 5.
4. What percentage is 10 CGPA?
10 CGPA Is 100% is calculated on a scale of 10
5. What is a CGPA score?
CGPA score is a cumulative score of all the subjects.