- CBSE 10th, 12th results soon.
- Marking Formula has been announced.
- The official told the possible result date.
CBSE 10th, 12th Result 2021 Date: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is preparing to declare the class 10th and 12th results (CBSE 10th, 12th Result 2021). The board has released the formula to declare the results of the canceled examinations due to Corona virus (COVID19). Now students are eagerly waiting for their Board Result (Board Result) is waiting to be released, which is going to end soon.
CBSE May declare the results of both 10th and 12th classes in July 2021. It is expected that, the board will release the class 10 results (CBSE Matric Result) and class 12 results on July 31 (CBSE Inter Result 2021) can be declared. The board has given different evaluation formulas to release the results of both the classes.CBSE Marking Scheme) has been issued.
Board official gave this important information
CBSE Examination Controller Sanyam Bhardwaj, while talking to news agency ANI, informed that, ‘It is our endeavor that the CBSE 10th results should be declared by 20th July and 12th results by 31st July, so that students who are abroad. I want to go for studies, they should not have any problem.’
How will be the result of class 10th?
To release the 10th class result (CBSE 10th Marking Scheme) the board has given the formula 10+30+40+20. The new Internal Assessment Marking Scheme is divided into three parts – Unit Test, Mid Term and Pre Board. The 80 marks paper of the new marking scheme will carry 10 marks unit test, mid term – 30 marks and pre board – 40 marks. This is for the marking of 5 main subjects selected by the students for CBSE 10th Board Exam 2021. Whereas 20 percent marks will be based on the old marking scheme of CBSE i.e. internal assessment.
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How will the class 12th result be declared?
On June 17, CBSE had issued the evaluation criteria for class 12 in the Supreme Court. According to which, 12th students will be given marks on the basis of their marks obtained in 10th and 11th. Apart from this, the performance of class 12 unit test, mid term and pre-board exam will also be looked into. The board has given 30+30+40 formula for class 12th, in which there will be 30% marks for 10th, 30% for 11th and 40% for 12th.
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Students who will be dissatisfied with their marks will be given a chance to apply for re-exam. The details of the offline exam will be released by the board after the circumstances permit.
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