Abhijit Srivastava|Sep 9, 2021
CBSE Class 10th Result 2021: CBSE releases FAQs on marks tabulation policy
The CBSE board has released the marks tabulation policy FAQs for calculation of the CBSE Class 10th result 2021.
NEW DELHI: The Central Board of Secondary Education has released the frequently asked questions on policy for the tabulation of marks for CBSE Class 10 board exams 2021. The tabulation of marks will be based on the internal assessments conducted by the schools.
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The board in the FAQs released has tried to answer questions like what if a student is not satisfied with the CBSE 10th result 2021 declared based on the objective criterion; if a school has sponsored the students from past 2 years which year will be taken as reference year by the schools etc, has been answered for the convenience of the teachers and students. Check some of the frequently asked questions below.
Click here to download the CBSE FAQs 2021 PDF.
CBSE 10th result criteria: New Marking Scheme
According to the new marking scheme, the overall marks will be calculated for a total of 100 marks. Of this, 80 marks will be allotted for board exams and 20 marks are for internal assessments. The assessment of 80 marks will be evaluated on the basis of marks scored in periodic test/ unit test, half-yearly exams, and pre-board exams. The board has intimated the schools to upload the marks of internal assessment by June 11.
CBSE FAQs for policy for the tabulation of marks:
Q: If a school has sponsored the students only in 2020, which year will be taken as a reference year by the schools?
A: The year 2020 will be taken as a reference year.
Q: Where will the broad distribution of marks obtained by the students of the school, subject-wise, be made available to the school by the Board.
A: The broad distribution of marks obtained by the students of the school, subject-wise, will be made available to the school by the Board in the school login account on the Boards website.
Q: In a school, there are 7-8 students who have seven subjects. IT as the 6th subject and Hindi as the 7th Subject. Will the marks of additional Hindi be calculated the same as IT?
A: As per policy, means of the best 3 awarded marks be given in 6th and 7th subject irrespective of Hindi, IT, or any other subject.
Q: How to calculate the marks of a subject whose maximum marks are 50. However, CBSE has provided average marks of the subjects having maximum marks as 80.
A: Say a student has secured 56 marks out of 80. Now we have to calculate the marks of a subject having maximum marks as 50. So, marks would be= 56X50=2800/80=35.
Q: Can the reference year be different for all main five subjects or it will remain the same?
A: Reference year for the average of the subjects as well as per overall average has to be the same only. Thus, schools have to use only one year as a year of reference.
Earlier, the CBSE board released a set of FAQs regarding the evaluation process for Class 10 result 2021. These FAQs were released after teachers raised concerns over the latest released marking scheme to calculate the score of CBSE Class 10 students.
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