Only those students will get average marks, whose examinations were to be held between July 1-15
21 thousand students who have completed their exams will not come under the ambit
The Central Board of Secondary Education, CBSE released the assessment scheme on Friday after canceling the examinations scheduled from July 1 to 15. This will be given to those students who have survived the examinations in many subjects. CBSE Dehradun Region has about 21,000 students who have appeared for all subjects. That is, their result will be released on the basis of their hard work points.
After the cancellation of the examinations by CBSE, preparation is being done now. According to the information, the benefit of this scheme will be given to those students, who have survived the examinations of one or more subjects. CBSE Dehradun Region has already completed the examinations of 10th standard students.
In the 12th standard also, all the subjects of the science stream have been completed for about 21 thousand students. Only the exams of students with art streams or additional subjects of science were left. All these students will be given average marks under assessment. After this, the board will issue the result. According to CBSE officials, broadly the same students will get the benefit of assessment, whose examinations were to be held from July 1 to 15.
This is the assessment scheme of the board
For all those students of 10th, 12th, who have completed all their examinations, their results will be declared on the basis of their performance in the examination.
For all those students who have given more than three subject papers in the examinations, the average marks obtained in the best performing subjects in the three subjects will be given in those subjects for which the examinations have not been conducted.
For those students who have appeared in the examination of only three subjects, the marks obtained in the subjects performing in the best two of them will be awarded in those subjects whose examinations have not been conducted.