CBSE Class 10 Class 12 Board Exam 2021: IMPORTANT update, students cannot afford to miss - check all details here
CBSE Class 10 Class 12 Board Exam 2021: Do you believe in deja vu? If you don't, you cannot deny that you are witnessing one! Schools closed, exams cancelled, lockdowns, curfews, this time the situation seems to be worse than last year when the COVID-19 pandemic first broke out in the country. Last year, certain papers for CBSE Class 10 Class 12 Board Exam had to be cancelled because of the pandemic and a distinct pattern was used to evaluate the students. However, this year, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has cancelled the Class 10 Board Exam 2021 and postponed the Class 12 Board Exam 2021.
CBSE Class 10 Class 12 Board Exam 2021
This year, the CBSE Class 10 Class 12 Board Exam 2021 was scheduled to commence from May 4, 2021 and continue till June 14, 2021. However, keeping in view the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the CBSE has decided to cancel the Class 10 Board Exam 2021 and postpone the Class 12 Board Exam 2021. Source: PTI
CBSE Class 10 Board Exam 2021 'Objective Criterion'
CBSE Class 10 Board Exam 2021 project works and assignments
There is a possibility that the CBSE will prepare the results of the Class 10 Board Exam 2021 candidates on the basis of a student's year-long project work, assignments etc. Moreover, the board has sought information on 15 points from the respective schools on the students. The full information of the students has been included in this format and the respective schools have to send complete details of the students to CBSE. All information of the students, from appearing in school's weekly tests to term examination have been sought. Source: PTI
CBSE Class 10 Board Exam 2021 internal assessment
Last year, a distinct marking scheme was followed as exams for some papers were held as the pandemic broke out. For the students who appeared for three or more papers were given marks based on the average of the highest marks obtained in any three subjects they have appeared for. In case of those students who appeared for only two exams, the average of the two highest-scoring exams were considered while marking them for the paper which could not be held. The result for these students, especially those who appeared for less than two papers, was calculated based on performance in internal or practical or project-based assessment. Source: PTI