NIOS 10th 12th Result 2020 to be Declared by 7th August: There is an important piece of news for all the students who had appeared for their class 10th and 12th exams conducted by the National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS). As per the latest update shared by NIOS, the results for class 10th and class 12th students will now be declared on 7th August 2020.
The results will be declared on the official website of NIOS @www.nios.ac.in. The result is being declared in conformation to the orders of the Supreme Court. Along with the announcement of the NIOS 10th 12th Result 2020, the notification also officially announced the cancellation of the pending exams which NIOS wanted to conduct from 17th July 2020 onwards.
While deciding a petition filed in the court, the bench comprising of Justice Sanjiv Khanna, Justice AM Khanwilkar, and Justice Dinesh Maheshwari ordered that, “Considering the fact that NIOS has already issued a notification on July 10, 2020, after the institution of these petitions, nothing survives for consideration in the present writ petition except to observe that NIOS must ensure that the result for the current academic year is declared not later than August 7, 2020.” Check | UP Board 10th and 12th Compartmental Exam 2020: Application Process for Improvement Exam to Begin Today, Apply here
NIOS 10th & 12th Board Marking Scheme to be Followed
Students would be awarded the marks for NIOS 10th 12th Result 2020 based on the following marking scheme specified by NIOS: –
- Senior secondary and secondary students who have last time performed in 4 subjects will be awarded marks based on the best of three subjects for theory exams this year.
- Senior secondary and secondary students who have last time performed in 3 subjects will be awarded marks based on the best of two subjects. This is subject to the student who has registered for the same subjects in the exams this year as well.
- Senior secondary and secondary students who have last time performed in 1 or 2 subjects will be awarded marks based on the average of the last three public exams.
- Students who have registered for the first time, their practical marks or tutor-marked assignment will be taken into consideration along with the performance in the last three public exam subjects for which they have registered but which could not be conducted. Read Also | NEP 2020 Board Exams to be Made Easy: Teaching up to Class 5 in Mother Tongue, Regional Language
Students are given a one-time option this year wherein they will be able to appear for the next public or on-demand exam which will be conducted when the situation normalizes.