CBSE 10th and 12th Result 2022: With the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) board exams over, more than 30 lakh students are waiting for their class 10 and class 12 board exam results. With the end of the Term 2 exam for class 10, the evaluation process is underway and the exam for class 12 will continue till June 15. In a unique move this year, CBSE has conducted two boards and the final result will include both Term 1 and Term. 2 results.
The result of term 1 has already been declared. The board will now release the final result directly. CBSE previously stated that it would announce results by the end of June or the first week of July. Without sharing the exact date, the board said it was trying to publish the results in record time. Following existing trends, Class 12 results will be announced prior to Class 10 to begin college admissions.
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This year the board will give the final result on the basis of several parameters. The exact weightage given to each of these parameters is not yet known. Actually, this is a matter of debate. The students are seeking results on the basis of ‘best of either terms’ which means that the better score of each of the two terms should be considered. In addition, there has been a demand to give more importance to internal assessment. As per the rules, three parameters will decide the final score. These parameters are internal assessment, post 1 result, and post 2 results.
CBSE has increased the number of evaluation centers for checking answer sheets. , The board is planning to involve more teachers in the checking process with an aim to increase the number of copies to be checked every day. The sets of question papers will be color-coded to ensure fairness. After one person checks the copy, it will be scrutinized by the evaluators. This will ensure no error in the total or incorrect calculation. CBSE said that in case of any error it will be rectified.