CBSE 10th results 2021: Final results to be tabulated based on students’ performance in unit tests, mid-term exam, and pre-Board exam conducted by the school. The Department of Education has announced that the results of CBSE Std-10 students will be declared by the third week of June. The results could be announced by June 20, the board said. It further said that this time the marks would be given under the tabulation scheme.
With the Class 10 Board exams canceled this year due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Central Board of School Education (CBSE) on Saturday announced a special marking scheme for Class 10 students in its affiliated schools.
CBSE 10th results 2021: CBSE announces policy for the tabulation of marks for cancelled Class X board exams based on the internal assessment conducted by schools
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In this policy students will get 20 marks on the basis of final internal marking and 80 marks will be given along with their score in different exams. The score in the canceled examination will also be calculated on the basis of the tabulation scheme, the board said.
CBSE Controller of Examinations Sanam Bhardwaj said schools would have to decide whether the scores given were in line with previous records. The school will have to form a committee of 8 members under the chairmanship of the principal for the final result. Action will be taken if there is bias in the assessment.
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