For the last several days, about 1 crore students were in a state of confusion regarding the 12th examination. But on Tuesday, June 1, the class 12 board exam was also canceled. Like the 10th examination due to corona infection, this year the 12th examination of CBSE and ICSE has also been canceled. Prime Minister Narendra Modi took this decision after meeting with several high profile ministers including Defense Minister Rajnath Singh, Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar, Women and Child Development Minister Smriti Irani. Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank, however, could not attend the meeting as he was admitted to AIIMS hospital due to COVID-19 complications.
PM Modi also tweeted about the cancellation of the 12th examination
After the meeting, PM Modi also tweeted that, “Government of India has decided to cancel the CBSE board examination of class XII. After extensive deliberations, we have taken a decision which is student-friendly, which protects the future as well as the health of our youth.” There will be no compromise on the aspect.”
He also said in a statement, “There is concern among students, parents and teachers which should be ended. Students should not be forced to appear in exams in such stressful situation.” To be sensitive.
Students are now worried about the calculation of the result
The students have got a big relief as soon as the announcement of cancellation of class 12th exam is announced, although now the students are worried about how their results will be calculated and admission in the college.
“andIl’defined”, ““objective” method 12th result will be ready through
The examinations have been canceled and now CBSE and CISCE will release the criteria for evaluation. The government said it would be a “well defined”, “objective” method that would ensure timely results.
Recently, CISCE and CBSE schools were asked to submit the performance data of class 12 students in classes 11, 10 and 9. CISCE has given time till June 7 to schools to share the detailed marks of students. It is likely that the final class 12 marks can be calculated on the basis of the performance of the students in the 12th internal exam and last three years performance. However the final decision is awaited.
Students unhappy with the result will get a chance to appear in the written examination
Both CBSE and CISCE have also said in their official statement that they will announce the norms which will be similar to that of class 10. The board also said that students who are not satisfied with their results will be given one more chance to appear in the written examination if the situation is favourable.
Detailed notice regarding assessment criteria till June 3 may continue
The detailed notice regarding the assessment criteria is expected to be issued by June 3. In fact, on June 3 itself, the matter seeking cancellation of the board exam will be heard by the Supreme Court. The final decision was to be shared with the court within the given time-frame to the government.
Now the Supreme Court is expected to take cognizance of the state board examinations. In fact, earlier, several states had asked the government to take a similar decision for students across the country, including those studying in state boards. The CM of Maharashtra had said, “I request the honorable PM for a uniform national policy for examinations like class XII so that the future of the children is not affected.”
College admission process expected to start soon
At the same time, after the government’s decision regarding the board exam, it is expected that the decision on many other entrance examinations including JEE Main and NEET will be announced by the government soon. College admissions stopped due to the postponement of the academic session will start now.
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