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CBSE turns down requests for compartment examination cancellation

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The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has informed that it cannot cancel the CBSE compartment examination for class 10 and 12. CBSE has officials have said that not holding exams will adversely affect the future of a large number of students.

 

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CBSE turns down requests for compartment examination cancellation

Requests for cancellation of compartment exams turned down

After considering several representations pressing for the cancellation of compartment examination, CBSE has stated said that its board is of the opinion that cancellation of this exam can adversely affect the future of students. CBSE has turned the requests received in the form of representations for not conducting the compartment examination for class 10 and 12.

Central Board of Secondary Education has said that it will conduct the compartment examination for class 10 and 12 in accordance with the detailed Standard Operating Procedures specified by the government in the wake of Covid-19 pandemic.

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CBSE turns down requests for compartment examination cancellation for 10 and 12


Exams results announced on July 15

CBSE has already declared the board result of class 10 on July 15. Girls once again outshone boys in the class 10 Board examination. A total number of 1.5 lakh students will have to appear for the compartment examination.

Increase in pass percentage

There has been a marginal rise of 0.36 in the pass percentage of students as compared to last year. However, there has been a decrease of 3% and 1% in the number of students scoring above 90% and 95% respectively this year. A total of 18.73 lakh students took the board examination, out of which around 17.13 lakh students have passed.


No merit list this year

The board did not release any merit list this year in the wake of Covid-19 outbreak. While around 93.31% of girls have passed the examination. Around 90.14% boys and 78.95% transgender students have cleared the board examinations this year.

Of the successful candidates over 1.84 lakh students have got more than 90%. While around 41,000 students scored above 95% marks in the board exams.

Alternate assessment scheme used for marking


The board used an alternative assessment scheme for the subjects for which exams could’not be conducted due to Covid-19 pandemic.

As per the assessment scheme, for students who took the examination in more than three subjects, the average of the marks obtained in the best three performing subjects has been awarded. The average marks have been awarded in the subjects for which CBSE was not able to conduct the examination.
For the student who has taken the exam of only three subjects, the average of the marks obtained in the best two performing subjects has been awarded. The award marks have been awarded in subjects for which CBSE was unable to conduct examination due to the pandemic.


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