Many students waiting for their 12th standard Board Test results this year, the last day for the Central Board of Secondary Education associated schools over the nation to submit the marks in the CBSE portal for the 12th standard Board practical examinations today. It is to be noticed that the cutoff time for the acceptance of Central Board of Secondary Education Class 12th standard Board practical examinations marks close today.
Prior, the CBSE schools were coordinated by the Central board to direct the practical examinations and internal tests in the virtual mode because of the predominant Coronavirus circumstance in the nation. Joint Secretary and Officer on Special Duty – (CBSE, Sanyam Bhardwaj had submitted a letter laying out the way toward directing the practical examinations virtually and had stated that the CBSE examiner will take viva of understudies virtually.
“Screenshots of every one of the three must be taken by the school authorities as verification of the examinations being directed. Understudies must be well informed regarding the online practical examinations date well ahead of time, however, the real website link will be given distinctly on examinations day”. Eminently, the Central Board of Secondary Education had in February month requested that the associated CBSE schools take the 10th and 12th class subject wise practical tests, internal exams and also the school projects between 1st March to 11th of June.
The CBSE had additionally guided CBSE schools to reconduct the tests of practical for understudies who couldn’t sit up for the exam because of the student or family member being tainted with Coronavirus. While a portion of the CBSE schools had effectively finished the evaluation, some couldn’t as they must be shut down because of the coronavirus’s 2nd wave. This is to be noticed that the 12th examinations of the central board were dropped on the 1st of June because of the Coronavirus circumstance in the country.
Accordingly, the CBSE created a committee that chose to assess understudies dependent on their results in the 10th, 11th and 12th standard. While 40 percent of the examination marks will be based on the 12th standard’s per-board tests or unit exams, 30 percent of exam marks will be based on 11th standard final examination marks and another 30 percent results will be based on best of 3 in 10th standard results.