The Central Board of Secondary Education has extended the deadline for moderation in CBSE 12th Result 2021. The board said the previous deadline, July 22, was “fast approaching” and the teachers involved in the process were “tired, nervous and making mistakes” and sending requests to the board for corrections. Schools will now be able to complete the process by 5 pm on July 25.
If a school fails to meet the moderation deadline for CBSE Class 12 results, its results will be declared separately.CBSE, announcing its score adjustment plan earlier this month, asked schools to guarantee higher grades “to ensure comparability and fairness” for grades and ensure that “a limit of 95 and above total There is no set of digits”.
CBSE 12th Result 2021
|RESULT DATE||25 TO 30 JULY|
The council said that the number of students who have secured more than 95% marks in aggregate should not exceed the number of students who have secured the same marks in the last three years. “Schools will additionally ensure that, after moderation, the number of students with composite scores in the range of 95 and above this year does not exceed the number of students with these composite scores, according to Best Historical, the latter three. performing over the years,” an official statement said. The results of CBSE General Class 10 and 12 students will be declared by the end of July.
Meanwhile, the board has decided to keep all its regional offices, examination department and CBSE headquarters open for business from 10 am to 5 pm to help schools.You already know that the country celebrates the holiday on July 21. Accordingly, July 21 was declared a public holiday. Apart from this, all the schools affiliated to CBSE are engaged in preparing the 10th and 12th results.
The last date to declare the 12th result is July 22. I came to know that CBSE has also received some inquiries and requests from schools. Via Email/Whatsapp etc. In this regard, FAQs are being developed and are expected to be made available to all schools by 12 noon, so that schools can take appropriate action,” said Superintendent of Examinations Dr Sanyam Bhardwaj in a letter addressed to school principals. said in.