CBSE Board is planning to declare class 10th and 12th exam 2019 result in record time and the board has already begun the evaluation process. Last year, Delhi High Court ordered the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) to release the result along-with the revaluation process before the admission process of Delhi University begins. Keeping that in mind, the board has supposedly taken strict measures in order to ensure time declaration of evaluation and result. According to a report, one of the measures asks schools not to start classes for 11th until the CBSE class 10th result 2019 is declared.
Major reputed publications have reportedly suggested that CBSE has sent a notification to affiliated schools asking them not to start classes for the 11th standard before the class 10th result is declared. The report is sent to ensure that teachers are available for the evaluation work for CBSE Board Exam 2019 result, which is already in progress. It is to note that that the news is yet to be confirmed, however, sources have reported that a circular has already been submitted to the affiliated schools. Meanwhile, it is being confirmed by school officials and teachers that the board has put across stringent guidelines for the evaluation work, wherein every teacher is assigned to continue the work for 8 hours. The evaluation work is supposed to continue for 20 days. Schools have been asked to ensure that teachers get the required permission for evaluation. If the school fails to do so, a fine of Rs 50000 has been set side and repeated failure can also lead the board to take strict action against the affiliation of the school.
The CBSE board examination 2019 started from February 15, and according to the available information the board is expected to release the Class 12th result by the last week of May, and 1st week of June for Class 10. The result date is yet to be confirmed. Importantly, the board has launched a podcast app ‘Shiksha Vani’ for updates. The board has formulated a three-step counter mechanism, wherein the papers will be evaluated twice and in parts by different teachers.