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CBSE Class 12 board exams results by July 31; assessment to be based on past three years of performance CBSE Class 12 result
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CBSE Class 12 board exams results by July 31; assessment to be based on past three years of performance

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 17 Jun 2021, 03:28 pm

New Delhi/IBNS: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has told the Supreme Court the class 12 students will be marked in the final exams according to their performances in class 11 and class 10 result, according to media reports.

The class 12 results will now be declared by July 31, the board said.

According to the marking scheme, 40 per cent of the marks will be based on class 12th pre-board and 60 per cent weightage will be given to the performance of the students in class 11 and class 10 final exams, said an NDTV report.

Elaborating further, the board explained that 30 per cent marks will be based on class 11 final exam and 30 per cent marks based on best of three class 10 marks.

Students' performance in practical exams will be marked against a total of 100 and the scoring will be done based on the marks submitted by the schools.

In case a student does not meet the qualifying criteria now being evaluated across three years of study they will be placed in the "essential repeat" or "compartment category",  Attorney General KK Venugopal told the Supreme Court, reported NDTV.

If the students who are not satisfied can appear again when the CBSE conducts the class 12 board exams, Venugopal further said, according to the report.