CBSE Class 10 Board Exam 2021: The CBSE will announce result for class 10 board exams, which were cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic, by June 20, according to examination controller Sanyam Bhardwaj. “The schools will form eight-member result committees by May 5. The provision for school-wise distribution of marks as well as finalisation of rationale document will happen by May 10,” he said.Also Read - Internal Assessment For All: Students' Plea Likely to be Listed in Supreme Court Next Week
For candidates who have not appeared in enough tests through the year, the schools will conduct online or telephonic assessment for them by May 15 and will have to finalise the result by May 25, Bhardwaj said. The controller said that the marks will have to be submitted to the CBSE by June 11 and the result will be declared by June 20. Also Read - 'Destiny Has Already Experimented On Us...', Students Demand Cancellation of CBSE Term 2 Board Exams
The board, earlier on Saturday, announced the policy for tabulation of marks for the cancelled exams. According to the policy, while 20 marks for each subject will be for internal assessment as every year, 80 marks will be calculated on basis of the students’ performance in various tests or exams throughout the year. Also Read - CBSE Class 10 English Paper Row: BIG Update Students Must Know
“The students will be assessed out of maximum 100 marks for each subject. As per the policy of the board, 20 marks are for internal assessment and 80 marks are for year-end board examinations. The weightage in terms of maximum marks for schools which have conducted the tests and exams through the year will be — periodic test/unit test (10 marks), half-yearly exam (30 marks) and pre-board exams (40 marks),” CBSE Examination Controller Sanyam Bhardwaj said.
Check complete details on CBSE’s marking policy for Class 10 Board Exam Results HERE.
The board has asked schools to form a result committee consisting of principal and seven teachers for finalizing the results. Five teachers from the school should be from Mathematics, Social Science, Science and two languages, and two teachers from neighbouring schools should be co-opted by the school as the external members of the committee.
“In the pandemic situation, delivering fair and unbiased results to students on time is a challenging task. But the board is confident that every school leader and every teacher of CBSE affiliated schools will complete this process with the highest degree of professionalism, consistency, and care to ensure accurate and fair results. Schools will also have to ensure that the marks awarded by them should be in consonance with past performance of the school in class 10 board exams,” Bhardwaj said.
The CBSE has also warned schools against indulging in unfair and biased practices for assessment or they will have to face penalty or disaffiliation. “Schools are expected to provide a fair and objective assessment of the student and have been given the autonomy and flexibility to do so. However, to take care of the variations in school level evaluation processes, there is a need to standardize the scores across schools through a process of moderation of marks,” he added.
The CBSE had on April 14 cancelled class 10 exams and postponed class 12 exams in view of surge in COVID-19 cases. The decision was taken at a high-level meeting chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
(With inputs from PTI)