Cisce 10th, 12th result published, all passed, grades received based on the pre-board

Newsroom, Amar Ujala, Kanpur

Published by: Shikha Pandey
Updated July 24, 2021 10:11 PM IST

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School principals say that although the percentage of schools passed has increased, the number of students with good performance has reached an average.

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The Council for the Indian School Certificate (CISCE) announced the result on Saturday. This time, the 10th and 12th grade students were given numbers based on the grades on the front board.School principals say that although the percentage of schools passed has increased, the number of students with good performance has reached an average. It is alleged that the students who got good grades on the preboard got average grades because of the board’s bug. Students with average grades get good grades.

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The Council for the Indian School Certificate (CISCE) announced the result on Saturday. This time, the 10th and 12th grade students were given numbers based on the grades on the front board.

School principals say that although the percentage of schools passed has increased, the number of students with good performance has reached an average. It is alleged that the students who got good grades on the preboard got average grades because of the board’s bug. Students with average grades get good grades.

There are many errors in the board result. One student got 98 points in English and 58 points in literature. There are many deserving children who have been given similar numbers. Many schools across the country are unhappy with the result. The Council will be informed after a meeting with the committee on Monday. – KV Vincent, Headmaster, Hurdard School

There are many deserving students at the school who were expected to be ahead of the curve but had to settle for 98 percent. Some children did better in the preliminary round, the five-year balance was even better and received even fewer grades. There are many children who will reappear in some subjects in September. The children with average grades on the pre-board have the advantage. – Vanitha Mehrotra, Headmistress, Shilling House School

The result was good. The school’s humanities student was expected to come out on top, but she only got 98.75 percent. The deserving children suffered, if they had taken the exam, the result would certainly have been different. The board’s assessment basis is unsatisfactory. It is clear that the schools that did not manipulate the internal grades have suffered. – Sharmila Nandi, Director, Dr. Virendra Swaroop Public School

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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