- After 10th, CBSE canceled 12th board exam.
- Notice of Delhi High Court to CBSE, Center and Delhi Government.
- Reply sought on 10th marking scheme amendment petition.
CBSE New marking scheme, CBSE 10th Result Tabulation Policy: Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) After class 10th, class 12th board exams have also been cancelled. On June 01, Prime Minister Narendra Modi (PM Narendra Modi) has announced the cancellation of 12th board examinations in view of the corona virus (COVID19) epidemic. After this decision, how will the CBSE Result 2021 be prepared? The discussions are on. Meanwhile, the Delhi High Court has issued a notice on the process of preparation of class 10th results by the board.
Court notice to CBSE, Center and Delhi Government
According to the report of news agency ANI, the Delhi High Court (Delhi High Court) has CBSE, Center and Delhi Government have been issued notice on a petition seeking amendment in the tabulation of marks policy for Class 10 Board Exam 2021 marks issued by the school.
Demand for change in 10th marking scheme, court seeks reply
A section of students and teachers are not happy with the tabulation policy devised to prepare the class 10th result (CBSE 10th Result 2021). A petition was filed in the Delhi High Court seeking amendments to the Class 10 Tabulation of Marking Policy issued by CBSE on May 1, 2021. The court has sought reply on the petition.
10th, 12th exams canceled due to Kovid-19
In fact, in view of the outbreak of the second wave of Kovid-19 epidemic across the country, the Board (CBSE) has canceled the 10th and 12th class exams. Earlier this month, CBSE had announced the Tabulation of Marks policy for the preparation of class 10th results.
What is it CBSE Tabulation Policy?
After the 10th exam canceled due to Kovid-19, a policy to promote students to the next class (CBSE New marking scheme) has been prepared, which was announced on 01 May. As per this policy, marks are to be awarded to the students on the basis of their internal examinations. It is divided into three parts- Unit Test, Mid Term and Pre Board. In the new marking scheme of Kovid-19, 80 marks paper will have 10 marks unit test, mid term – 30 marks and pre board – 40 marks. While the remaining 20 percent paper will be prepared by the old marking scheme. This is for the marking of 5 main subjects selected by the students for CBSE 10th Board Exam 2021.