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CBSE Board 2020 Canceled. All That You Need To Know About Result Declaration!!

By: Avantika Bhardwaj on June 26, 2020

CBSE Board 2020 – After a long wait of almost 15 days, the Central Board of Secondary Education, also known as CBSE, has decided to cancel the board examinations of class 10th and 12th which were scheduled to be conducted from 1st July 2020 to 15th July 2020. However, the results will still be announced by the officials of CBSE based on students' score in the previous examinations conducted by their respective schools. After a group of four parents filed a petition against CBSE for conducting the remaining examinations of Class 10th and 12th, the Supreme Court has decided in favor of students and advised CBSE to issue the notice of cancelation of board exams.

This decision is taken in the view of pandemic COVID-19 outbreak.

The Human Resource Development Minister, Ramesh Pokhriyal, declared that the result of CBSE Board exams for class 10th and 12th will be released most likely before 15th July 2020, under a peculiar scheme.

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If the result declared by CBSE doesn't satisfy students with the marks under this peculiar scheme, they are authorized to re-appear in the later exam that will be conducted by CBSE. The exact dates of board exams are not announced yet. Students must understand that there will be no improvement exams after the conducting of final board exams.

How Will The Marks Be Calculated?

There were almost 40 subjects for which the examination could not be conducted for class 10th and 12th. Students who have taken all their exams before 18th March 2020 will be able to check their result based on their performance in the examination. Marks assessment procedure already began during the lockdown phase and we can expect CBSE to declare the result anytime soon now.

Besides, teachers have been given answer sheets to evaluate marks during this lockdown phase.

More About Marks Evaluation After Cancelation of CBSE Board 2020

As per the new evaluation scheme of CBSE, following are the takeaways to consider:

  • If the student has appeared in more than three subjects, they will be awarded with average of marks obtained by students in the best three subjects. This average will be awarded for the subjects that students hasn't appeared in or the exam which hasn't been conducted by the board.
  • If the student has appeared in only three subjects, he/she will be rewarded with the average of marks obtained by them in the best two subjects. This average will be awarded for exams which student hasn't appeared in or the exam which hasn't been conducted by the board.

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