CBSE 10th and 12th final results should be based on students’ best performance in semester 1 or semester 2 exams, according to some of the students and academics demanding easing for the current group of exam students. After failing board exams last year, CBSE has resorted to two exams this year. The CBSE term 2 exams, starting April 26, are the first subjective exams in the past two years for the current batch of board aspirants who graduated from 9th and 11th grades without an exam last year, respectively.
Now a large proportion of students and academics are claiming that having two board exams also amid the covid-19 pandemic and a year of online studies is unfair and as a means of relaxation, best student achievement – which is both terms can be To calculate the final score, 1 or term 2 must be taken into account. So far, CBSE has maintained that final results for board exams will be based on grades scored in period 1, period 2 and internal assessment.
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Many have taken to social media sites, including microblogging sites Twitter, asking for a new rating model. Students have also proposed giving the highest weight to an internal assessment of as much as 50 percent and the remaining 50 percent to be split between semesters 1 and 2. The board has yet to share the split or formulas for the final results.
Demand to lower the weight for exams started after mass fraud cases were reported in semester 1 exams. During semester 1 exams, students were assigned their own school as an exam center and many schools are said to have helped students during exams. Now parents, students and academics argue that it is unfair to put weight on first semester exams. Furthermore, with most of the academic year being held online, students feel uncomfortable with the subjective paper being the most important part of the results, as many have lost the writing practice and argue that high weight gain for term 2 is also can be detrimental.
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