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CBSE board Class 12 Results 2017: No date set yet, Prakash Javadekar insists that it will be declared ‘on time
Since the Delhi High Court docket and the Central Plank of Secondary Education (CBSE) board continue to be at loggerheads about the mark moderation policy, doubt looms within the dates of when your class XII results will be announced.
Worries over the results continue even as Union Hr} manager Development Minister Prakash Javadekar said on Thurs that the CBSE would declare the results of Classes X and XII punctually. “CBSE results will be declared on time, the date will be told by CBSE. Simply no need to worry about the court’s order, the law will be done for all, ” Javadekar advised IANS. Javadekar’s remarks came up in the wake of the Delhi HC’s path to CBSE not to implement its decision to scrap its moderation coverage on marks this season.
The court had mentioned that the CBSE experienced decided to eliminate the moderation policy following your students had taken the tests. CBSE had consented to recycle its ‘moderation policy’ in April under which elegance marks are given to students in exams for difficult questions. The court’s direction came on a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) that contended that the policy should not be done away with this year since it will affect students of School XII that have applied for admissions abroad. The request was filed with a parent and an attorney, saying the policy was changed by way of a notification after the exams for the yr were held thus would have a drastic impact on the scholars.
This kind of move is anticipated to in a negative way affect the results, The Indian Express reported. The goal of moderation of marks is to bring uniformity in the assessment process, where marks scored by students are changed to line-up with the marking specifications of various examiners.
The CBSE along with 32 other boards had decided to do away with the marks moderation. However, some states like Kerala and Tamil Nadu had did not withdraw the moderation plan this year.
For now, Moneycontrol reports that Javadekar announced that CBSE will continue to give style marks. He added that spiking of marks will never be permitted.
The exams for Classes X and XII started out on 9 Walk. A total of twelve, 98, 981 students came out for Class XII tests, a rise of 2. 82 % from 2016.
The examination schedule was already delayed this year anticipated to Assembly elections that took place in five states — Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Goa and Manipur. But the HRD Ministry had asked all boards country wide to ensure this didn’t impact announcement of results, as it would have had a knock-down effect on students seeking admissions into educational institutions for under-graduation degrees.
Also as uncertainty continues to loom about the end result date ranges, students can check their marks on either of these two official websites: cbse. nic. in or cbseresults. nic. in when the results are away. All students have recently been requested to keep their relevant applicant information, like roll numbers, ready in order to avoid holds off.
With inputs from organizations