All Class 12 CBSE Students Can Pass Without Exams; Dissatisfied Students Can Take Exams Later
There is a possibility that the class 12 students will be allowed to pass their exams under a special marking scheme, but they will be required to appear for the exam some time later in the future.
The government imposed a lockdown in the country to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus disease which led to all the exams being canceled.
Find out about the new developments regarding the 12th board exams right here!
Class 12 Exams To Be Canceled; Students To Graduate Without Exams
As per reports, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has decided that the board exams will be canceled and the students of the 12th standard will be allowed to graduate with the help of a special marking scheme.
The exams were earlier scheduled between July 1 and July 15. However, due to the coronavirus pandemic and the lockdown, it is not in good sense to conduct the CBSE exam. But if the exams are postponed any further, it would affect the admissions and further education of the students.
The students will be evaluated with the help of an alternate method of evaluation but they will also be given an option to actually appear for the pen-and-paper exam in case they are dissatisfied with the results.
19 States Finished 12th Exams, Future Procedures Of Admission To Begin Soon
As of now, about 19 states and union territories throughout India have already conducted the board exams for class 12 students. These regions include Bihar, Telangana, Chhattisgarh, Uttar Pradesh, Kerala, Jharkhand, Tamil Nadu, and Karnataka.
A government official has also stated that the states which have already finished with their exams will soon initiate admission processes for the class 12 students to colleges and universities soon enough. he also said that if exams are postponed beyond July 15 CBSE students will lack in their further education.
CBSE board is reportedly discussing the plan with the HRD ministry this week. reports suggest that the board is working on the alternative valuation method which will help them declare the result for the class 12 students including for the exams that will not be held in July.
The Board was forced to decide the feasibility of holding exams in July as Parents of the class 12 students approach the supreme court and asked for the board to cancel the exams. Now, CBSE will be responding to the plea by Tuesday.