CBSE Marking Criteria Class 10 and 12 Students
The 10th and 12th class result will soon be released by the CBSE. There are many questions in context with the marking scheme for the papers that were not conducted. So here is a detailed description regarding how the marks will be calculated of the papers that got canceled.
The assessment and evaluation have been released by the Central Board of Secondary Education, CBSE for the canceled 10th 12h board examinations. The boards will draft the result of the students based on the papers they have given. Any student who has not appeared in a minimum of 3 papers then (especially students of North East Delhi) the result will be drafted on the basis of internal assessment.
CBSE Result 2020: 10th 12th Evaluation Criteria
1. If the student has appeared in all the exams then the marks will be allotted on the basis of performance in the papers.
2. In case the student (10 & 12th class) has appeared in more than 3 papers then the marks of the remaining papers will be estimated on the basis of the average marks obtained in the best three subjects.
3. In case the student has appeared for 3 subject papers then the marks of the pending subjects will be estimated considering the average of the best two attempted subjects.
4. For class 12 students who appeared for only 1 or two subjects then their result will be declared on the basis of their performance in the paper they appeared, with their performance in internal/practical/project assignment. In case the students wish to appear for the written exam then they will be given an option of some later date.
CBSE 10th Results 2020: Evaluation criteria Explained
The CBSE board exams of 5 core subjects of class 10th (barring students from North East Delhi) were completed. The result would be prepared on the basis of the performance of the student in the completed papers. The board won’t be grading the students on the papers that got canceled this year.
CBSE 12th Result 2020: Evaluation Criteria for Class XII
To facilitate the admission of the students in higher educational institutes, the result of class 12th students will be declared by the CBSE on 15th July 2020, irrespective of the number of subjects students had appeared for. The marks and the option to appear for the exam on a later date will be given depending on the way the result was calculated.
Students who appeared for all their papers
Most of the 12th class students already appeared in the papers of the subjects they have opted for. The result will be drafted on the basis of the performance of the students in the appeared papers. In this case, the students won’t be given any chance to appear for the paper on a later date.
Students who appeared three or more papers and 1 or 2 subjects were pending
1. In this case, the boards will be awarding marks to the students as per the average of the best three performed subjects. E.g. A student appeared for English, Maths, Accountancy, and Economics but the Business studies paper is pending. The student scored 80 in English, 55 in Maths, 80 in Accountancy, and 95 in Economics, and then to calculate the marks of business studies the marks scored in English, accountancy, and economics will be considered.
2. The students will be given the option to appear in the examinations of the canceled paper when the CBSE will conduct the paper at a later date. It is entirely on the student to appear for the exam on the later date or keep the average marks allotted by the board. But in case the student appears for the paper then the marks scored in the paper will be considered the final marks even if the final marks are less than the average marks.
Students who appeared for only three other papers
1. In case the students have appeared for 3 subjects and then the marks will be allotted on the basis of the average score of the two best-scored subjects. For instance, the student appeared for English, physics, and chemistry and scored 80, 85, and 90 respectively (out of 100) than to calculate the average marks of the student in the remaining two subjects the average of physics and chemistry will be considered.
2. The students will be given a chance to appear for the paper on a later date that will be given by the CBSE. Again in this case also if the student appears for the papers then, the marks scored in the paper will be considered as the final score.
Students who appeared for only 1 or 2 papers (Students from North East Delhi)
1. In this case, the result will be calculated on a combination of the average performance in internal assessment (practical, project, etc.) and the performance in the subjects the student appeared in.
2. The students will be given the option to appear for the paper on a later date.
IMPORTANT TO NOTE:
1. The result calculated by the board will be considered the final result for class 10th students. No paper will be conducted for class 10 students.
2. 12th class students will be given a choice to appear for the paper in which they got estimated marks.
3. Till now the CBSE has not declared the dates to appear for the papers. It is assumed that once the result is declared the CBSE will release the date.