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CBSE, CISCE Term 1 Results Expected Next Week: Key Things to Know About Evaluation Process, Supreme Court Order on Improvement Policy
CBSE, CISCE Term 1 Results Latest News Today: Notably, the CBSE and CISCE will not announce pass or fail status of the students for the term 1 examination.
CBSE, CISCE Term 1 Results Latest Updates: Attention students! The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) are expected to release the term 1 results next week. Some reports have suggested that the CBSE Class 10, 12 Term Results are likely to be released by January 15. Once the results are announced, the boards will hold the term 2 exams. Notably, the CBSE and CISCE will not announce pass or fail status of the students for the term 1 examination.
The board had earlier mentioned that it will not announce term 1 results as pass or fail or essential repeat. However, the final CBSE result will be published after term 2 exams get over. After the results are released, the Class 10, 12 score cards will be available for download on the official websites- cbse.gov.in, cbseresults.nic.in.
CISCE notification on mark sheet: On the other hand, the CISCE had said on the ICSE, ISC exam format that the candidates who appear for the examination will be issued a computer-generated Mark Sheet and the Mark Sheet will only indicate the marks obtained by the candidates in each subject or paper taken by them for the Semester 1 Examination.
The CISCE further added that the overall result – the Pass Certificate Awarded or Pass Certificate Not Awarded/ Eligible for Compartment Examination will only be declared after completion of the Semester 2 Examination.
Supreme Court on CBSE Policy: The Supreme Court earlier in the day struck down the Clause 28 of Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) policy. Notably, the clause stated that marks secured in the improvement exams would be considered as the final score of the assessment for Class 12 students for the previous academic year.
The SC bench said that the students are seeking a retention of their original marks as retention of the improvement marks may cause problems while seeking admission for higher education. The court also stated that the students should have an option to choose between the “better of the two marks” attained by them during the examinations.
The Counsel for CBSE countered the argument by saying it has made a partial revision to the policy which allowed students who got ‘Fail’ in improvement exam to retain their ‘Pass’ result which they got as per the Standard Formula.
Earlier, the Supreme Court had already asked the CBSE to reconsider its policy of treating marks secured in the improvement exams of Class 12 over the marks secured as per the standard formula in December, 2021.