CBSE Class 12 Results 2021: Today, on Thursday, June 17, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) presented its formula on marking in the Supreme Court due to the cancellation of the class 12 board examination. The CBSE board informed in the country’s biggest court that due to the corona epidemic, if the examinations cannot be conducted in physical form, then how will it do the marking. According to the information, the board said that the final marks will be decided on the basis of unit tests to be conducted throughout the year for marking. Apart from this, the marks of class tenth and eleventh will also be taken in the calculation. The board said that the result will be announced by July 31.
As per the formula suggested by the board, 30 per cent marks will be given on the basis of marks obtained in class 10, 30 per cent marks in class 11 and 40 per cent marks will be given on the basis of marks obtained in the year-long test of class 12. This rule will prove to be better for those who are consistently performing better in their class.
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If you are not happy with the marks then this is the plan of the board
It may also happen that a child is not satisfied with his/her marks and feels that had he/she appeared in the examination, he/she would have got better marks. On this, Attorney General KK Venugopal told the court that if any child feels that their assessment is not fair, then they will be given a chance to appear in the physical exam so that they can get an opportunity to improve their marks further. However, the court was informed that the decision to conduct the physical exam would be taken in view of the situation in Corona.
12th exam was canceled on 1st June
Due to the second wave of Corona, CBSE canceled the 12th board exam on 1 June. This decision was announced by PM Modi. Regarding this, it was said that it would not be right to pressurize the students to appear in the examination in such difficult times. CBSE took this decision at a time when 32 states and union territories of the country had decided to conduct the 12th examination this year. Now most of the states have decided to postpone their state board examinations.