The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) class 12 exams have been canceled and now students are waiting for the assessment policy of CBSE. But this policy may take about 10 days to arrive. It is a big challenge for CBSE to make this policy for these students as compared to class 10 because these students are leaving the school system and entering the higher education system and this assessment policy will pave their way. At the same time, Delhi University fully agrees with the government’s decision to cancel CBSE’s board exams.
It will take 10-12 days to prepare the policy
It may take a few days for the board to formulate an assessment policy. This is a very difficult task for us and will take 10 to 12 days at least, says CBSE Controller of Examinations Dr Sanyam Bhardwaj. We have to make such a policy which is reliable, right and which can evaluate rightly for the students. Dr. Bhardwaj says, we need a real assessment of the children, so it will be prepared after a lot of thought. Discussions will take place and time will also be taken to decide what to take in the old performance and how many numbers to be given to whom.
Policy will be decided on the basis of performance of 3 years?
CBSE will prepare an assessment policy based on the past performance of the students in the school. Considering the assessment policy of class 10, this policy for class 12 can be decided based on the performance of three years. In this, in addition to class 10 board results, the performance of periodic test / unit test / half year / mid term / final exam can be seen. However, CBSE says that right now we cannot say which performance will be seen and how many marks will be given.
Accordingly, the CBSE result is expected by the end of July or by August. Last year the result came on July 13. Due to the Kovid 19 pandemic, for the first time, CBSE had canceled some of its subject exams and the board had released the results under a scheme of assessment.