THE EVALUATION PROCESS FOR CBSE 2022 RESULTS

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The central board of secondary education (CBSE) is most likely to release its 10th and 12th 2nd term results by July 2022. For the first time, the CBSE board is examining two terms, term 1 and term 2.  Visit this page for more info.

The final date is not yet confirmed hence, students are expected to check the website regularly.

Students can check their results on the following portals

  • gov.in
  • nic.in
  • gov.in
  • Digilocker
  • Umang app
  • SMS

The results for the 1st term were released on March 19th on the other hand the board conducted exams for the 2nd term from December 1 to December 22.

CBSE CLASS 10TH AND 12TH EXAMINATION: CORRECTION MODEL

A new pattern has been executed by the CBSE, this creates confusion among many students and parents.

Since a pattern is followed by the board for both classes 10 and 12, 50% of the syllabus is said to be covered in each term.

The common question that arises among many students and parents is

What will be the weightage for the exam each term?

The 2nd term result is based on the consideration of both the terms i.e 1st and 2nd term. The 1st term exam pattern is based on the objective type and the 2nd term is the subjective type.

The students, teachers, parents as well as academicians are urging that the final results need to be based on the best out of 1st term and 2nd term results. They expect that an overall 50% needs to be allotted for the internal evaluation and the remaining 50% needs to be divided between term 1 and term 2.

The CBSE board mentioned that equal weightage will be given to each semester and also made a decision not to fail any student in the exam.

WHAT IS THE MARK REQUIRED TO PASS A SEMESTER? 

Students are expected to score at least 33% marks to qualify for the 10 CBSE exam 2022. Students who score below 33% will be declared ‘fail’ in CBSE high school (Class 10) result 2022.

Students who fail to score the minimum marks in CBSE board results are eligible to apply for a compartment exam or scrutiny to save their year.

The final board results will consist of the 1st and 2nd terms. The CBSE board hasn’t failed anyone in the 1st term examination. All the students are expected to score a minimum of 33% of the total marks to pass the CBSE examination.