On Friday, Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ said that students who are not satisfied with their results of classes 10 and 12 can appear for offline exams in August. Pokhriyal twit on Twitter to address the announcement, allaying matters related to CBSE and several entrance exams.
On Thursday, the minister tweeted, “I am constantly receiving a lot of your messages and information. Some of your apprehensions have also been expressed in the messages you have. If you have any other query related to CBSE exams, then you can send me on Twitter, Facebook, or also by mail”.
The Central Board of Secondary Education had newly declared the marking scheme for the evaluation of 12th class students later the board exams were canceled on June 1. According to the final marking scheme, the students will be evaluated on the basis of their marks in classes 10, 11, and 12.
At the same time, the decision on the conduct of NEET, JEE, and other entrance exams is yet to be taken. Pokhriyal will talk to the students about their doubts regarding CBSE marking schemes and other matters related to these exams.
The evaluation strategy declared by CBSE for Class 12 students will have a sum of three sections, i.e., Class 10 component (30%) will be based on the best 3 performing subjects in board exams, Class 11 component (30%) based on the final exam and class 12 component (40%) on the basis of Unit Test, Mid-term, Pre-Board. Students will put their matters regarding policy and other examinations with the Education Minister.