The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) had recently decided to cancel the Class 10 board exams because of the increasing cases of Coronavirus in the country. After which CBSE gave guidelines to all schools to prepare the final result based on internal assessment and pre-board. But how will the students who have not given internal assessment or pre-board examinations be marked? On this, CBSE has issued instructions for Class 10 board exams.
The Result committee will prepare criteria for evaluation
According to the guidelines issued by CBSE, each school has to prepare a result committee. There will be 7 teachers on this committee, including the headmaster. If more than one examination has been taken by the school, in these circumstances the resulting committee will determine the weightage of each examination. Apart from this, if a student has not given any internal assessment or pre-board, then the committee will prepare the criteria for evaluation.
If there is no pre-board examination, the result will be prepared in this way
Due to the corona epidemic, pre-board was not organized for the students of class X in schools in Delhi and others. In such circumstances, schools will have to score based on the previous year’s formula of CBSE. That is if a student has given four exams in the entire session, then the best three marks out of them, while if three exams are given, the average of the best 2 marks will be considered.
If a student has not given a single examination of any subject for the entire session due to any reason, the resulting committee will assess those students on the phone call.