CBSE Result 2020: There is now an extremely important piece of news for all the class 10th and 12th students who had appeared for the board examinations conducted by CBSE. As per the latest information shared by the HRD Minister, Mr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank, the students can expect their Exam Results for class 10th and 12th CBSE Exams by 15th August 2020. Check | CBSE Class 12th Improvement Results 2020 (Released): Apply For Verification

He said during a discussion that, “We hope that the results of both 10th and 12th classes will be declared by August 15. These include the results of previous exams and the results of examinations in July.” The results for both the classes will be declared within a gap of a few days on the official website of CBSE. Students must therefore log-on to the official website of CBSE as soon as the results are declared and download the same for future reference. 

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The HRD Minister further added that the government has not yet set any firm date for the re-opening of the schools. But he indicated that if the situation normalizes, then the schools across the country can be reopened in the month of August. During a discussion, he stated that “after August the process of opening schools will be started.” The government will assess the ground situation before re-opening the schools. Moreover, the new session at the universities is also expected to resume from August onwards.

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Delhi Government Writes To The HRD Ministry

Recently, the education minister in the Delhi Government, Mr. Manish Sisodia communicated his thoughts to the HRD Ministry regarding the reopening of the schools. His letter read that “Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said some time ago that we have to learn to live with coronavirus. So it would be better to open schools with proper safety measures.” He further added that “First of all, we have to assure every child that they are important to us. Check >> HPBOSE 12th Results 2020 (Out): HP Board 12th Result Declared, Direct Link To Check 12th Result

Everyone has equal rights over the physical and intellectual environment of his school. Education cannot progress beyond online classes only. It would be impossible to pursue education only by calling older children to school and keeping younger children at home.”

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Private Schools Also In Touch With The HRD Ministry

Several private schools are in touch with the government over the matter of the re-opening of the schools. They have suggested various ways in which the classroom sessions can be resumed. But the government is apparently in no rush to resume the classes as of now. Their priority is first to conduct the pending board exams between 1st July 2020 to 15th July 2020 and then declare the final results for the students. Any decision regarding the reopening of the schools will be taken only after the results for class 10th and 12th board exams have been declared. 

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Ever since the lockdown came into effect, the students who appeared and were appearing for Class 10th And 12th CBSE Board Exams have been waiting patiently. There have been many speculations regarding the results, but no concrete news was coming forth. Now, finally, there is a positive development in which the CBSE class 10th and 12th students will be interested.

 

As per the latest updates regarding CBSE 10th and 12th Results 2020, the evaluation process for the answer sheets has commenced. Yes, the home ministry gave its approval, and now the evaluation process for the class 10th 12th answer sheets is in full swing. These 3000 centres are actually the schools which had been earmarked by CBSE Board as evaluation centres. Detailed guidelines and rules have been issued by CBSE, which must be followed across all evaluation centres. 

 

CBSE 10th and 12th Results 2020: Detailed guidelines issued

 

Considering the still looming threat of the Coronavirus infection, detailed guidelines have been issued by the CBSE Board for the evaluation work. These guidelines have been conveyed to the Chief Nodal Officers, Head Examiners, and Central Supervisors.

The evaluation process for CBSE 10th and 12th Results 2020 will be conducted in work from home mode wherein the answer sheets will be delivered to the homes of the teachers and evaluators. Later on, after the evaluation has been completed, the answer sheets will have to be submitted at the evaluation centre by the teacher or evaluator in a sealed bag.

 

CBSE 10th and 12th Results 2020: Evaluation starts in Green Zone

As per the latest media reports, the work for the evaluation of class 10th and 12th answer sheets will commence in the evaluation centres located in the Green Zone only. This decision has been taken after considering the safety of the teachers and evaluators, and as the risk in the green zone is lower, the evaluation work has started in the specified areas.

In addition to the evaluation centres in the Green Zone, 16 regional offices of the CBSE Board will continue to function freely in the Green and Orange Zones. Though, the regional offices located in the red zone will operate with some restrictions.

 

CBSE 10th And 12th Results 2020: Nodal Officers Have A Key Role To Play

 

In order to facilitate the process of evaluation, CBSE Board has appointed Nodal Officers for each evaluation centre. It will be the responsibility of the nodal officers to collect the answer sheets as well as deliver them safely to the residences of the teachers and evaluators.

 

When the delivery of evaluated answer sheets are made, the nodal officer must take a picture of the Aadhar Card, PAN Card, and school ID of the teacher and evaluator. Teachers will have a time of 7 days to complete the evaluation process and return the answer sheets to the nodal officer.