CBSE 12th result till July 31, know on what basis you will get marks, understand the complete formula

CBSE 12th exam 2021
CBSE 12th exam 2021

CBSE 12th class results will be released on the basis of performance in class 10th, 11th, and 12th. The Central Government gave this information to the Supreme Court on Thursday. The government said that 30 percent weightage will be given to class 10th and 11th marks and 40 percent weightage to performance in class 12th. CBSE 12th results will be declared by July 31. Those children who are not satisfied with the result will be given a chance to re-appear in the examination once the situation becomes normal. The court has accepted the 12th result formula presented by the central government.

The government, in its report filed in the apex court on Thursday, said that the marks of the best 3 out of 5 papers of class 10th students will be taken. Marks will be taken for all theory papers of class 11th. At the same time, in class 12th, the marks of the unit, term and practical examination of the students will be taken. The court has clarified that there will be no hearing on the order canceling the exam. If anyone wants to give exam then he can give.

Understand CBSE 12th Class Result Formula 
12th Class – Marks will be given on the basis of performance of Unit Test, Mid Term and Pre-Board Exam. Its weightage will be 40 percent.
Class 11th – Marks will be given on the basis of performance of theory paper of all subjects in the final exam. Its weightage will be 30 percent.
Class 10th – Marks will be given on the basis of the performance of the theory paper of three subjects out of the main 5 subjects. Three out of five subjects will be those in which the student’s performance has been the best. Its weightage will also be 30 percent. CBSE will be based on an academic record of three years and ICSE for six years. 

Attorney General KK Venugopal, appearing for the government and CBSE, told the court that each school would have to constitute a results committee to consider the marks obtained by the students in all three examinations, which would be scrutinized by the moderation committee of CBSE. Mamta Sharma, appearing for the petitioners, said that the evaluation scheme of CBSE class 12th is satisfactory and we have no objection to it. The apex court asked Venugopal to outline the dispute resolution mechanism in the CBSE’s plan so that the grievances of the students can be heard. Venugopal assured the bench that a committee would be constituted to address any concerns of the students.

The court said that the time limit should also be clarified for the declaration of results and the proposed examination of class 12th. The court said that it has also rejected the arguments of some of the petitioners that the decision to cancel the board examinations should be withdrawn.