Q If you are not satisfied with the number you got in tenth place, you can take the exam

If a student is not satisfied with the result after the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) publishes their Grade X result, they can take the exam again. This possibility is offered to the student at the same time as the exams in class XII. On the other hand, if the student has not taken an exam for the whole year, he or she has the option of taking the online exam. After the cancellation of the 10th board examination by Corona, this regulation was set out in this new assessment guideline. The related order of the board reached 49 schools in the district.
According to the order, the chamber canceled the 10th examination in view of the corona infection. In such a situation, the board prepared a new assessment guideline for the publication of exam results, which was sent to all schools.
According to the new assessment guideline, the student’s score will be based on the grades obtained in the unit test, the semi-annual test and the board test. 10 points are required for the standard examination, 30 points for the semi-annual examination and 40 points for the examination in front of the board. At the same time, 20 points are assessed internally. The date proposed by the board for the publication of the examination results is June 20th. The board has made it clear that if a school takes the board exam three times, the student will receive grades based on the average.
There will be a 12th exam, objective paper
State Vice President of the CBSE School Managers Association, Harsh Srivastava, said that according to department sources, the 12th audit of the CBSE board could be conducted by the board in late June and early July. All states except Delhi are ready for this. The check takes place in the Home Center and the password is sent to the Protected E-Paper Center.
The eight-person team assigns the number
The board has sent instructions to all affected schools in the district to assign the number of students on the tenth CBSE board to the team of eight. It will include the headmaster of that school as well as subject teachers in five subjects. Apart from that, the teachers from the two schools, who are on the CBSE board, will also be part of the team that oversees the modalities of the numbers allocated by the subject teachers.
CBSE has issued a policy to cancel Class X exams and publish results. If the student is not satisfied with the number, they have the option to take the exam. On the other hand, if the student has not taken an exam for the whole year, an online exam will be organized for him.
– Harsh Srivastava, State Vice President of the CBSE School Managers Association

If a student is not satisfied with the result after the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) publishes their Grade X result, they can take the exam again. This possibility is offered to the student at the same time as the exams in class XII. On the other hand, if the student has not taken an exam for the whole year, he or she has the option of taking the online exam. After the cancellation of the 10th board examination by Corona, this regulation was set out in this new assessment guideline. The related order of the board reached 49 schools in the district.

According to the order, the chamber canceled the 10th examination in view of the corona infection. In such a situation, the board prepared a new assessment guideline for the publication of exam results, which was sent to all schools.

According to the new assessment guideline, the student’s score will be based on the grades obtained in the unit test, the semi-annual test and the board test. 10 points are required for the standard examination, 30 points for the semi-annual examination and 40 points for the examination in front of the board. At the same time, 20 points are assessed internally. The date proposed by the board for the publication of the examination results is June 20th. The board has made it clear that if a school takes the board exam three times, the student will receive grades based on the average.

There will be a 12th exam, objective paper

State Vice President of the CBSE School Managers Association, Harsh Srivastava, said that according to department sources, the 12th audit of the CBSE board could be conducted by the board in late June and early July. All states except Delhi are ready for this. The check takes place in the Home Center and the password is sent to the Protected E-Paper Center.

The eight-person team assigns the number

The board has sent instructions to all affected schools in the district to assign the number of students on the tenth CBSE board to the team of eight. It will include the headmaster of that school as well as subject teachers in five subjects. Apart from that, the teachers from the two schools, who are on the CBSE board, will also be part of the team that oversees the modalities of the numbers allocated by the subject teachers.

CBSE has issued a policy to cancel Class X exams and publish results. If the student is not satisfied with the number, they have the option to take the exam. On the other hand, if the student has not taken an exam for the whole year, an online exam will be organized for him.

– Harsh Srivastava, State Vice President of the CBSE School Managers Association

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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