CBSE Class 12 Results To Be Announced By July 31; Here’s How The Evaluation Will Happen

CBSE also reportedly said that students who are not happy with the evaluation criteria and result can appear for board exams later.

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June 22, 2021

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Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) class 12 results will be announced by July 31. As per reports, a 12-member committee, that has been set up to come up with evaluation criteria for board results, told the Supreme Court on Thursday that results will most likely be announced by the end of July. The evaluation of the students will be done based on their performance of the past three academic years i.e, class 10, 11, and 12.

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According to reports, the total marks for class 12 will be calculated based on a 30:30:40 ratio for class 10, 11, and 12 preboards. This means, 30% of the total marks will be awarded based on class 10 final results, 30% based on class 11 final results, and 40% based on class 12 pre-board results.

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As per a leading daily, Attorney general KK Venugopal said that the best of three papers would account for the 30% taken from class 10 final exam results. As for the practical exam scores, CBSE told the Supreme Court that they would carry 100 marks and evaluation will be done based on the marks submitted by the school to the board.

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CBSE also reportedly said that students who are not happy with the evaluation criteria and result can appear for board exams later. The board also told the supreme court that if a student is unable to qualify based on the final results of class 10, 11, and 12 preboards, he will be placed in the ‘important repeat’ or ‘compartment’ category.

Earlier, due to the pandemic, the government had announced that board exams will be cancelled for class 12 students.

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