CISCE Class 12 Evaluation: The Council for Indian School Certificate Examinations has submitted the ISC Class 12 Evaluation criteria for the class 12 students in the Supreme Court today. As per the evaluation criteria submitted the CISCE Class 12 results will be declared based on Class 11 and 12 marks of the class 12 students. As per reports, the ISC Class 12 Results 2021 are expected to be released by July 20, 2021.
The CISCE Class 12 examinations were cancelled by the board officials due to the COVID-19 endemic shortly after the CBSE Class 12 examinations were cancelled by the board. The evaluation criteria have brought relief for the class 12 students who were awaiting the assessment pattern. The Central Board of Secondary Education is expected to submit the assessment pattern at the Supreme Court for the CBSE students today.
Since the CBSE and the CISCE follow each other's leads with major decisions and the CISCE is likely to include the Class 11 marks it is also expected that the CBSE will consider the Class 11 marks for the class 12 students.
CISCE Class 12 Evaluation Criteria
The Council for Indian School Certificate Examinations will be considering the average marks secured in the class 10 examinations along with marks secured by the students in the class tests conducted and the class 11 final examinations. The average marks of the internal class tests conducted for the class 12 students will also be considered for the assessment.
According to the final calculation 60 per cent weightage will be given to the class 11 and 12 class tests while 30 per cent weightage will be given to the subject project and practical work and 10 per cent weightage for the class 10 board exams.
Students are also required to note that while the CBSE evaluation criteria are awaited the information available on the CISCE Results have not yet been confirmed. An official statement is yet to be made by the board regarding the ISC Class 12 Results 2021.
The CBSE and CISCE class 12 board examinations were cancelled by the respective boards owing to the COVID-19 pandemic situation.