CBSE Class 12th Result 2021 before August 15, criteria must be based on previous performance: Officials

CBSE Class 12th Result 2021 is likely to be released by August 15, 2021, CBSE. The schools will be given one month of time to submit the internal marks to the board.

Central Board of Secondary Education, CBSE Class 12 Result 2021 is expected to be released by August 15, 2021. Officials have confirmed that students will achieve grades and assessment criteria will be submitted to the Supreme Court by August 17. June. would also be published in the public domain on the official site

Speaking on the policy criteria, officials rejected reports of “possible grades” for students in class 12. CBSE reiterates that students would be given grades, as students in the batch before and after them. . As to how the marks would be calculated, the committee studied the various recommendations.

The 12-member panel set up on June 4 reportedly looked at student performance in grades 10 and 11 as well as various internal parameters. Without disclosing the actual details, officials said teachers and schools will play an important role in the assessment process. In addition, schools would have approximately one month to calculate and submit grades to the CBSE.

CBSE should then take around 10-15 days to complete the process and publish the results online for students. This process as well as the declaration of the Class 12 CBSE result should be completed by August 15, 2021. Check the important points for the Class 12 CBSE result criteria below.

CBSE Class 12 Result 2021: Important points on Evaluation Criteria

  1. Students to be awarded marks and not grades.
  2. Marks to be awarded to ensure parity between different batches of students.
  3. Special mention in the mark-sheet for students who may plan to study abroad.
  4. Teacher’s and schools’ assessments play a key role in the evaluation of the student’s performance.
  5. Marks scored by students in CBSE Practical exams conducted in February – March as well as internal assessment to be considered in the final result computation.
  6. Students who have not performed well in pre-boards or internal assessment would have an opportunity to improve their score in one subject of choice by appearing in CBSE Compartment Exams, which are to be conducted when the time is conducive.
  7. The evaluation policy would also make a provision for students to appear for improvement or board exams which would be conducted by CBSE at a later date, in case students are not satisfied with their result.

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