The CBSE Board examinations for lessons 10 and 12, scheduled to be held in July, have been cancelled as a result of coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, the Supreme Court was knowledgeable on Thursday. However, a query stays as what process can be adopted to grade the scholars.
According to the affidavit of CBSE, a method might be applied to present marks to the scholars of lessons 10 and 12. The college students who’ve appeared for greater than three exams, they are going to be graded on the marks of the typical of the very best of three topics. Those who’ve appeared for 3 exams, they are going to be graded on the marks on the typical of the very best of two topics.
Those college students who’ve appeared for one or two topics then they are going to be graded on then their marks and inner evaluation/sensible common.
The examinees of sophistication XII college students of CBSE Board will, nevertheless, have the choice of both taking the exams later or to move forward with the evaluation primarily based on their efficiency within the final three inner exams. The re-exam choice won’t be obtainable to class X college students.
A bench headed by Justice A M Khanwilkar took observe of submissions of Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, showing for the Centre and the CBSE, that Class X and XII board examinations scheduled from July 1-15 have been cancelled. He stated a scheme has been formulated to present choices to college students of XII solely — for re-examination or evaluation primarily based on previous efficiency.
The CBSE stated the re-exam can be performed when the state of affairs turns into conducive and the choice to take up the re-exam wouldn’t be obtainable to class X examinees. The outcomes could also be declared in mid-August, the CBSE stated on being requested by the court docket to make clear as to when the tutorial yr will start after the declaration of outcomes.