CBSE creating IT framework to help schools with arranging class 12 outcomes Important News
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is fostering an IT framework to help schools with organizing class 12 outcomes by maneuvering down computation work and lessening time taken, a high ranking representative said Friday.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is fostering an IT framework to help schools with organizing class 12 outcomes by maneuvering down estimation work and diminishing time taken, a high ranking representative said Friday.
The tests for both class 10 and 12 were dropped by CBSE taking into account the COVID-19 pandemic. The board has reported its
elective evaluation strategy for the two classes. While schools have been approached to submit class 10 imprints till June 30, the cutoff time for schools to order class 12 imprints is July.
“Concerning organization of imprints for class 12, the CBSE has chosen to help the outcome panel and schools in readiness of result. In like manner, an IT framework is
being created in-house which will be made accessible to every one of the concerned schools
supporting understudies for class 12 for estimation of results,” CBSE Examination Controller Sanyam Bhardwaj said
“This framework will maneuver down the computation work, decrease time taken thus numerous different issues. This framework will likewise pre-populate signs of Class 10 of the understudies passed from CBSE. Endeavors will likewise be made to take other sheets’ class 10 outcomes information,” he added.
“CBSE will persistently speak with every one of the schools to guarantee that with no issue, result is set up by the schools. CBSE will likewise build up an assist work area with helping the schools in planning of consequences of both class 10 and class 12 from the following week,” Bhardwaj said.
As indicated by the approach for class 12 outcomes, chosen by a 13-part board set up by the board, the hypothesis paper assessment recipe is 30% weightage will be given to Class 10 imprints, 30 percent to Class 11 imprints and 40 percent weightage to Class 12 imprints got in unit test/mid-term/pre-board tests.
The CBSE plot additionally expounded that for Class 10, the 30 percent marks dependent on normal hypothesis part of best three performing subjects out of fundamental five subjects will be taken.
As per the assessment rules declared for class 10 understudies, while 20 imprints for each subject will be for interior evaluation as consistently, 80 imprints will be determined on premise of the understudies’ presentation in different tests or tests consistently.