CBSE shares Class XII student performance with schools

The circular states that “student performance information is based on student performance uploaded by schools.”

He also said that for students who missed the Semester I exams due to Covid or due to their participation in extracurricular events, their performance will be judged based on the Semester II exams. (File)

The Central Board for Secondary Education (CBSE) said on Saturday it had shared Class XII pupils’ performance in their first term exams with schools but results would not be reported until after the exams of the second quarter which should begin on April 26.

In a circular on Saturday, CBSE Examination Controller Sanyam Bhardwaj said: “The first semester examinations were conducted according to schedule. Pupils’ performance in first-term exams is now reported to schools. »

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“The Board informs schools only about the theoretical performance of their class XII pupils collectively. Therefore, the individual student’s performance will not be available on the website…. The information on practical/project/internal evaluation is already in the schools,” he added.

The circular states that “information on student performance is based on student performance uploaded by schools” and in subjects where assessment has not been carried out by schools, “performance based on OMR sheets of digitization have been communicated to the schools”.

“To address the difference in level of difficulty between question sets in first term exams such as Spanish etc., or difficulty in a particular set/state/region, necessary action will be taken at the time of the preparation of the final result after Term -II exams,” the circular reads.

He also said that for students who missed the Semester I exams due to Covid or due to their participation in extracurricular events, their performance will be judged based on the Semester II exams.

“The weighting of Term-I and Term-II will be decided at the time of the declaration of the result of Term-II and accordingly the final performance will be calculated,” said Bhardwaj, adding that no score sheet or certificate of achievement would not be given at this stage.

“Exam centers will be awarded fees at Term-II. Students will only report from the exam centers assigned to their school. No exam center will be changed in semester II… In all cases where problems were reported in the questionnaires or the markschemes, the jury took all the necessary precautions and the students’ performances were calculated/recalculated by the Board taking into account the revised answer key, if any, or awarded marks for dropped questions appropriately keeping in mind the academic interests of the students,” he added.

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