The Central Board of Secondary Education is all set to announce the class 10th and 12th CBSE board results by July 15. As per the reports, fake news has been circulating stating that the class 10th and 12th board results will be announced on 11th and 13th July respectively. However, CBSE has denied the authenticity of the news being circulated.
CBSE’s stand on the fake result dates
The notification issued by the CBSE states that the board has come up with fake news being circulated regarding the release of dates of results. The CBSE board further made it clear that no such notification regarding the official dates has been issued by the board. Students are advised to regularly check the official website or the social media handle for any such official news.
The fake notification stated that the HRD minister has advised the board to release the results soon as the curiosity of the students is rising. Also, various Indian and International Universities and Colleges have kept their admissions on hold as they are waiting for fir the reels of CBSE board results.
Awaited CBSE board results details
Previously, the HRD minister Ramesh Pokhriyal announced the results date as 26th June. According to the official notification, the CBSE board results are said to be declared on 15th July.
The results of the CBSE board were initially decided to be announced after the conduct if the remaining exams between 1st to 15th July. After the cancellation of the remaining exams, the HRD minister announced that the results will be declared on 15th July. The HRD minister in a tweet advised students and parents to check the CBSE’s assessment scheme. Also, he thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah to approve the idea of the cancelation of exams.
CBSE board assessment scheme
The Central Board of Secondary Education on its official website issued the assessment scheme for CBSE board results. Here are the important aspects of the assessment scheme:
The results of those students of class 10th and 12th who have appeared for all the examinations will be assessed on the basis of those exams.
The students who have appeared for more than three exams will be asses for the remaining exams on the basis of the average of the best of three exams.
The students who have appeared for three exams, the assessment will be done on the basis of the average if best of two for the remaining exams.
The students mainly from Delhi who have appeared for only one or two exams, the assessment will be done on the basis of their performance in the internal exams and assignments.
CBSE has also offered a choice to students to appear for the remaining examinations at a later date when the situation gets stable.