The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will declare the class 10th result by 20 June. The board has prepared a new marking policy to declare the class 10th result. Under the new scheme, only students of class X will be passed this year. The board will give numbers to students under the new scheme itself.
This information has been given by the board through a notification. Significantly, this year, students of class X will be passed through internal assessment due to Coronavirus. The board has announced the policy of fixing marks for the 10th board on the official website cbse.gov.in.
A total of 100 numbers are divided into 20 numbers and 80 numbers. The schools will give 20 marks based on the internal marking done for the board examinations. The remaining 80 marks will be given to the students based on their performance in the examinations conducted by the schools. Out of 80, 10 marks will be based on periodic/unit tests and 30 marks on half-yearly, and 40 marks on a pre-board basis.
This new marking policy is for calculating the score of the 5 main subjects selected by the students. If a student has registered for six or more subjects, then the score for his sixth subject will be calculated based on the average of the highest 3 numbers out of the maximum number of marks obtained. Let us tell you that students who do not pass even after marking, will be given grace marks. If the students fail after the grace numbers, then they will get a chance to give the exam again.
The board has asked the schools to form a committee consisting of the principal and 7 teachers to finalize the results. Which should have teachers of Mathematics, Social Science, Science, and two languages. 2 teachers from neighboring schools will be elected as external members of the committee.
All schools have to upload the process related to their results online. Schools have been expected to finalize the results by 25 May. All the schools will submit the results by June 5 to the board.