CBSE 12th Board Evaluation Criteria 2021 : Summary Of The Policy, How to Calculate Your Percentage,  Everything To Know In Detail

CBSE 12th Board Evaluation Criteria 2021 : Summary Of The Policy, How to Calculate Your Percentage,  Everything To Know In Detail

CBSE 12th Board Evaluation Criteria 2021 : Summary Of The Policy, How to Calculate Your Percentage,  Everything To Know In Detail

CBSE Class 12 Evaluation Criteria 2021 has been submitted to the Supreme Court. As per the affidavit, the marks of Class 10, 11, and 12 would be considered for computing the final result. Following is the official data released by CBSE and Education Minister Regarding The Summary Of The Policy. Kindly Read Thoroughly:

Link To - Policy Summary For 12th Board Result

Link To - PIL Filed By CBSE To Supreme Court

In the detailed criteria as shared, marks scored by students in their Class 10, 11, and 12 would be considered in the ratio of 30, 30, and 40%. As in 30% from 10th, 30% from Class 11, and 40% from Class 12.

CBSE Class 12 Evaluation Criteria 2021 - 

Class Component to be evaluated Percentage
Class 12 Marks based on Unit Test/Mid-Term/Pre-Board Exam 40%
Class 11 Marks based on theory component of final exam 30%
Class 10 Marks based on average theory component of best three performing subjects out of main 5 subjects. 30%

CBSE Class 12 Result 2021 would take into consideration the marks scored by the student in Class 10, 11, and 12. The marks for the Class 12 practical exams, however, would be taken as it is. Now, for class 12, there are different subjects that have different break up of Practical and Theory marks. Students need to understand that only the theory portion marks would be calculated using Class 10 and 11 scores.

This is going to be done on the basis of the table given below.

  Theory Marks Practical/ IA Marks Total Marks

Marks Obtained

Class 10 (30%) Class 11 (30%) Class 12 (40%) Class 12 (100%) Class 10 Class 11 Class 12
80 24 24 32 20 24 24 52
70 21 21 28 30 21 21 58
60 18 18 24 40 18 18 64
50 15 15 20 50 15 15 70
30 09 09 12 70 09 09 82

Explaining the same further, say the student who has Physics, Chemistry as subjects. The paper for these two is divided into 70 and 30 marks for theory and practical each. Now, say the student has scored 30 in practical. Now, to assess the marks out of 70, 30% or 21 marks would be considered from Class 10, 30% or 21 marks from Class 11, and 40% from Class 12 assessment – as per the table 1 parameters.

The two-member bench of Justices A.M Khanwilkar and Dinesh Maheshwari would be hearing the case against the CBSE and CISCE. The bench would also be hearing the matter listed by Advocate Anubha Shrivastava Sahai for the cancellation of all state board exams.  

In the previous hearing, the bench had agreed to give 14 days to CBSE to present an alternative mode of assessment for Class 12 students after the exams were canceled. The board in turn had constituted a committee to define the CBSE Class 12 evaluation criteria. Important developments and points are listed below.

CBSE Class 12 Result 2021 Evaluation Criteria: Important things to know

  1. CBSE Class 12 Result 2021 would be released by July 31 and schools are required to submit the marks by July 15.
  2. Moderation of marks, like in Class 10 would also be done based on historical data of the school
  3. Students would be the breakup of the marks as explained in the tables below. For the theory portion - the papers that were canceled, the students would be marks as per the 30:30:40 ratio and the marks of the practical exams would be used as it is.
  4. The Supreme Court has in principle accepted the proposal submitted by CBSE for calculation of marks. 
  5. If students had 5 subjects and two had a 70:30 split and 2 had an 80, 20 split while the 5th was a 50,50 split, the marks would be calculated as per table two for each individual subject. 

CBSE Class 12 Result 2021 is expected to be announced by July 31, 2021. The board recently conducted urgent meetings with various schools, asking them to complete the Class 10 Result tabulation at the earliest. CBSE hinted that the schools would require all resources to compute Class 12 results in time.

 

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