The results will be based on the average marking scheme for class X and XII
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has cancelled the remaining board exams for class X and class XII. The board has decided to mark students while following an alternate assessment scheme. The Supreme Court on Friday approved the assessment scheme proposed by the CBSE.
Students who have appeared for exams for more than four subjects, they will be marked as per the average of the marks obtained in the best three subjects. Those who have finished 3 papers, the average of best 2 subjects will be awarded for remaining exams. Students who have appeared for only one or two exams, they will be assessed based on the performance in board exam and internal/practical project assessment.
The students also have the option to appear for the class XII board exams later as the board will conduct the exams once the situation is conducive. However, the result based on the alternate assessment scheme will be announced by July 15.
The University of Delhi (DU) may be asked to delay the application deadline from July 4 for students to be able to apply once the CBSE board results are declared. Similarly, the exam schedule for JEE Main and NEET may also be altered.
Source; Education Times