Dubai: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) in India as we speak submitted its evaluation criteria for Class 12 outcomes to the Supreme Court of India.
It could also be famous that owing to the COVID-19 pandemic, CBSE had scrapped the board examinations for Class 10 and 12.
CBSE has now put out a 40-30-30 per cent components to the Supreme Court, whereby Class 12 outcomes needs to be selected the premise of efficiency of the scholars in Class 12 (40 per cent weightage), Class 11 (30 per cent weightage) and Class 10 (30 per cent weightage), in accordance with Indian information businesses.
In its evaluation criteria for awarding grades/ marks for Class 12, submitted earlier than the Supreme Court, CBSE outlined the detailed criteria.
For Class 10 and 11 marks, the very best of three from 5 papers in time period exams needs to be thought of. For Class 12, marks obtained in unit, time period and practicals needs to be taken under consideration.
The CBSE Class 12 outcomes will likely be introduced by July 31.