News By/Courtesy: Harsh | 27 Jun 2020 1:47am IST

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Class 10 and Class 12 pending exams of CBSE board to be held from July 1 across India is now been canceled by the CBSE.
  • CBSE devised an internal assessment policy for both left ones of Class 10 and Class12 but this may create an inclination among the students.
  • Supreme Court had also cleared the doubts on the new academic session which can be started in September only after CBSE will declare the results.

WHAT IS CBSE PASSING CRITERIA FOR CLASS 10 AND CLASS 12 STUDENTS?

Class 10 and Class 12 pending exams of CBSE board to be held from July 1 across India is now been canceled by the CBSE. As of now, the students of Class 10 will be graded based on their internal assessment and Class 12 students will be graded based on their previous three papers. While for Class 12 students there is another option that they could appear for the examination when the situation will be conductive in their respective states. Most of the states like Delhi, Maharastra, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu also showed their inability to conduct the exam in the coming future as well. The situation of coronavirus in these states is touching the peak of concern every single day

For Class 10 All India zone no papers were left but for Delhi zone, most of the papers are still left. Class 10th Delhi student's exams were first postponed by the coronavirus. Now, CBSE finally canceled the exams. CBSE devised an internal assessment policy for both left ones of Class 10 and Class 12 but this may create an inclination among the students. For Class 12 students who don't believe in the internal assessment, were also given an option to appear in the examination when the conditions will be slender in their respective states but most of the state governments are not taking the responsibility of conducting the exams shortly.

Supreme Court had also cleared the doubts on the new academic session which can be started in September only after CBSE will declare the results by imposing their various policies in August. CBSE also pitched more in convincing the students to apply for the internal assessment after which the academic year will be shifted to the 2020-21 session. Apart from the exams, the parents of students also filed the petition and told the Supreme Court that many college entrance exams are also pending, and a kind of intervention needed by the government.

Earlier, the Education Minister of India made a very clear statement no schools and colleges will be opened till August 15th. On the other side, the teachers across the country are in constant fear of losing their jobs but the harsh reality is India can't afford to cancel an academic year for both schools and for the colleges, irrespective of future consequences a decision on schools and colleges is important.

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Section Editor: Pushpit Singh | 27 Jun 2020 9:27am IST


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