The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has informed all schools that it will not tolerate any irregularities in the board examinations of grades 10 and 12. The board said that if a school makes a miscalculation in grading, their students will have to pay up Yes50,000, or their recognition would be abolished.
The CBSE announcement preceded the grades 10 and 12 results. The CBSE has started investigating the grades of their Term 1 board exams. All home centers where the evaluation work was carried out after the investigation will be thoroughly investigated. The examination board checks the OMR copy of the Term 1 thesis and checks whether all students have been graded according to the grading scheme or not.
CBSE has compiled the grades from each school’s internal assessments to produce the CBSE Term 1 exam score. Students who did not appear for the exams Term 1, Class 10 and Class 12, will be assessed as absent and the final result will be determined on the basis of the school’s internal grades.
This year, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) decided not to pass or pass any grade 10 and 12 students. Students would not get the final exam until after the CBSE exam in the second semester. The student performance list contains the grades from Term 1 and Term 2 as well as the internal grades.
CBSE has planned to hold the Term 2 descriptive exams in March or April. CBSE Class 10 & 12 Term 2 exams are conducted from 50% of the curriculum.
It is compulsory for students to appear for both CBSE deadline exams. If you fail to appear for one of the semester exams, no grade point average will be given.
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