CBSE Class 10 board results are expected to be released soon, board secretary Anurag Tripathi announced on Thursday. The exam was earlier canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. For the preparation of the result, the board has released a unique evaluation criterion on the basis of which marks will be allotted to the students this year.
As per the evaluation criteria, Class 10 students will be assessed for a total of 100 marks, out of which 20 marks will be allotted for internal assessment which can be either practical or project work depending on the subject, while 80 marks will be allotted to them based on their But will be Performance in various examinations conducted by the school throughout the year.
80 marks will be divided into three sections – 10 marks for periodic/unit test, 30 marks for half yearly/mid-term exam and 40 marks for pre-board exam.
If schools have conducted more than one examination in each category, the results committee will decide how many marks will be allotted for each test within the category. ‘Grace Marks’ will also be given to the students if they are unable to obtain the minimum passing marks.
Even after giving grace marks, if a student is not able to fulfill the eligibility criteria, he/she will be placed in the category “Essential Repeat” or “Compartment”. Further, any candidate who is not satisfied with the marks will be allowed to appear in the examination as the situation permits.
The board had asked the schools to form an eight-member committee consisting of the principal and seven teachers to finalize the results.
CBSE had earlier extended the deadline for submission of internal assessment marks for schools. According to an official statement, schools have been given time till June 30 to submit the marks. However, “the result committee can make its schedule based on the scheme provided by CBSE” but the deadline should be June 30. Schools have to upload these marks on the website within the stipulated time. In the academic session 2021, more than 21.5 lakh students have been enrolled in CBSE class 10th.