The Central Board for Secondary Education released the tabulation policy for the same on their official website that the Class XII result will be announced by 31 July. The Board conveyed that Class XII students will be marked based on Class XI & Class X. The total marks will be based on past performance in XII th exams.
12th Pre-board exams : 40 % marks
10th & 11th Standard exams : 60% marks
CBSE will be adopting 30: 30: 40 formula to evaluate class XII marks of students based on the results of Class X, XI & XII examinations respectively.
“For example, if the committee may be of the considered view that only the pre-board exams may be taken into consideration, then a full weightage can be given to that component. Similarly, another school result committee may decide to give equal weightage to pre-board exams and mid-term exams,” read the board’s notification detailing the tabulation policy. For the Class XI component, the computation will be based on the marks in the respective subjects from year-end final theory exams that the students wrote in 2019-2020. In the Class X component, the average of the theory marks of three main subjects in which a student performed best in their Class X board examinations will be computed. This average will be uniformly awarded to all the class XII subjects based on theory weightage of each subject.
There are different theory-internal assessment/practical break-ups for subjects that students have in Class XII. Some have 80 marks for theory and 20 for practicals, some have 70 for theory and 30 for practicals, and so on up to 30 for theory and 80 for practicals. Internal assessment and practicals for all subjects have already been completed in most schools and schools which have not completed it have been asked to conduct the remaining tests online. These marks will be added to the computed theory marks in each subject.
Dr Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank – Union Cabinet Minister for Education, Government of India said that, students unhappy with evaluations / results will be given a chance to appear in the exam. Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank has welcomed the SC’s in principle approval of the assessment the final marks of Class 12 students whose Board exams were cancelled due to the pandemic. Thanks to the Supreme Court of India for recommending the policy and procedure of CBSE to prepare the results of class XII students! This policy has been adopted by CBSE after extensive consultation with all the stakeholders, which is in the interest of the students,” Pokhriyal said.
Dr Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank – Union Cabinet Minister for Education, Government of India, tweeted this, “The health and career of the students are the government’s top priorities, and I am thankful to the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India for approving the CBSE Assessment Policy to declare Class XII 2021. This policy is in the interest of the students. The results will be based on the marks of the best three subjects of Class X (30%), marks of theory subjects of Class XI (30%) and marks of theory subjects of Class XII (40%). The marks of practicals will be taken as awarded in Class XII. The moderation policy will also benefit students. Students, who are not satisfied with their results, will be provided with an option for appearing in the examination as soon as possible, as the situation becomes conducive.”