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CBSE Class 12 Marking Scheme 2021
A joint committee was formed on 4 June to deal with the decision regarding the CBSE class 12 evaluation scheme. A team of 12 members worked on it and eventually they came to a conclusion.
On June 1, all CBSE Class 12 exams were canceled by Prime Minister Modi in a public announcement. Before that, the Supreme Court would deliver the same ruling on June 3.
CBSE Class 12 Evaluation Scheme
According to the new CBSE class 12 evaluation schemes, classes 10, 11 and 12 will be considered to produce the class 12 results. A certain percentage from the 10 th , 11 th and 12 th classes will be counted and it is explained as:
10 de class (30%): A total of 30% marks are obtained from the three subjects of the students.
11 th class (30%): 30% marks are taken from the 11 th class final exam score of the student.
12 de class (40%): 40% marks are taken from the class 12 unit tests, entrance exams.
What if students are not happy with CBSE 12th new marking scheme
Attorney General Shri. KK Venugopal told the bench of justice AM Khanwilkar and Dinesh Maheshwari that students who are not satisfied with the marking plan will get another chance after the pandemic is over.
He also added that such exams will only be taken when Covid-19 is completely over and it is safe to gather students for the exam.
What about announcing the result of class 12?
It is said that the ISC and CBSE Class 12 results will be announced on 31 July 2021. The evaluation criteria are already mentioned and students are only marked accordingly.
When the result is ready, it will be uploaded to the official CBSE results website, ie cbseresults.nic.in. The students will be able to check their results with their role number.