In the wake of rising COVID-19 cases in the country and considering the threat of third wave to children, Class 10 and Class 12 exams were cancelled in the country.
However, the students were waiting for the evaluation criteria as the boards like CBSE and CICSE chose non-examination riute for Calss 10 and 12.
Today, ending the wait of CBSE Class 12 students, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has submitted its evaluation criteria Class 12 board exam before Supreme Court.
The Apex Court today has "in principle" accepted the assessment criteria and directed CBSE and CICSE to upload the assessment scheme on their websites.
Check the detlied updates on evaluation criteria and result data of CBSE and CICSE:
The Central Board of Secondary Examination (CBSE), in its assessment scheme, referred to components to be evaluated and the weightage in percentage to arrive at final results.
CBSE said it will evaluate class 12 students for theory based on 30 per cent marks from class 10 board, 30 per cent from class 11 and 40 per cent from marks based on the performance in unit, mid term and pre-board tests.
It said the marks obtained by class 12 students in practical and internal assessment on actual basis as uploaded by schools on CBSE Portal will be also considered in deciding final results.
"Students who are not satisfied with marks can appear for physical examinations. We'll start online registration to know exact number of applicants," Sanyam Bhardwaj, Examination Controller, CBSE added.
During the hearing, Attorney General of India, said that the declaration of results will be done by July 31, 2021.
Class 10 results will be declared most likely by July 20 and Class 12 by July 31.
AG KK Venugopal told Supreme Court that there may be a moderation committee to look into the difference in marking mechanism adopted by various schools to put all students as far as the awarding of final marks for class 12 is concerned.
AG also said that students who are not satisfied with the marks/grading through the present mechanism can do better or improve their marks by appearing in physical examinations, as COVID situation gets better or as the situation normalises or as the institutions think.
The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination (CISCE) said however that it would consider the performance of students for last six classes, unlike CBSE which is taking note of performance in class 10, 11 and 12 exams, in finalising the final board results.
The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) is likely to declare Class 12 or Indian School Certificate exam (ISC) results by July 20, sources told NDTV .