CBSE Term 1 Class 12th Result: As per updates, the Central Board Of Secondary Education (CBSE) has already announced the Term 1 results for Class 12th Board exams 2021-22. The scores of theory marks for class 12 term 1 have been made available to schools only. For term 1 examinations, the CBSE has also made the online dispute redressal system available.
The facility to raise objections is accessible till 31st March 2022. As per CBSE, the dispute over the CBSE term 1 result will be resolved throughout the verification process and after the declaration of the Term 2 results.
CBSE Online Dispute Redressal Window
With this facility, students can raise objections with their schools, and schools can file complaints with the board collectively. However, CBSE added, disputes regarding CBSE term 1 result scores will be decided along with the verification and after the declaration of Term 2 results.
In all cases, CBSE added, wherever problems have been reported in the question papers or marking schemes, due care has been taken by the board and the performance of the students has been calculated/ re-calculated by the board taking into account the revised answer key wherever applicable or awarded marks for dropped questions.
CBSE 12th Term 1 Performance of Students
Also, the performance of students of 62 schools has been communicated provisionally and is under scrutiny, the CBSE statement announcing the declaration of term 1 Class 12th result said. “Being Term - I only, no Mark Sheet cum Passing Certificate is being issued now. Only one Mark Sheet cum Passing Certificate will be issued after Term-II examination to have parity with the previous results. This will be comprising of total marks of both the Terms as per weightage decided of Term-I and Term-II examinations,” CBSE said.
As internal assessment and practical scores were already available with the schools, the board has communicated only the performance of term 1 theory exams held in November-December 2021. The mark sheets and pass certificates will be made available to the students only after the end of term 2. A CBSE statement also said that the performance of individual students will not be available on the website.