Maharashtra HSC Result 2021 Evaluation Criteria Announced, 40:30:30 Formula Adopted for Class 12 Results

Created On: Jul 2, 2021 20:02 IST
Modified on: Jul 2, 2021 20:04 IST
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Maharashtra HSC Evaluation Criteria 2021 Announced: As per the latest update, the Maharashtra School Education Minister Varsha Gaikwad has officially announced the Maharashtra Class 12 Results Evaluation Criteria today. According to the initial impressions, the MSBSHSE HSC Result 2021 evaluation criteria is quite similar to the one adopted by CBSE for assessment of Class 12 students. The state government has adopted alternative assessment formula of 40:30:30 which covers Class 12, Class 11 and Class 10 marks of the students.

 

All Pass Maharashtra HSC Result 2021 Confirmed

To avoid any confusion among the students, Maharashtra School Education Minister Varsha Gaikwad took to twitter to announce the details of the alternative assessment policy for HSC results 2021. In a video message posted on her account, Ms Gaikwad noted that “After several rounds of consultations with various stakeholders, we have finalised the assessment mode & the policy for tabulation of marks for Std.12th HSC board students. Given the pandemic situation, state board is permitted to pass all students. Her tweet confirmed that the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) will declare ‘All Pass’ Result for Class 12 students.

Maharashtra 12th Evaluation Criteria 2021 Decoded

Now, coming the important aspect of actually decoding the evaluation criteria announced by the Maharashtra Government for Class 12 Results; the formula is quite similar to the one followed by the CBSE Board. The Maharashtra HSC Result evaluation formula will work on 40:30:30 ratio in which 40% weightage would be accorded to the marks scored by students in internal assessment and project work for Class 12. On similar lines, the second component of 30% weightage is given to marks scored by students Class 11 annual exam. The final 30% marks will be accorded average of best of 3 subjects in Class 10 or SSC results.

Class

Exam or Assessment

Percentage Weight

Class 12

Marks Scored in College-based Assessment

40%

Class 11

Marks Scored in College-based Assessment

30%

Class 10

Best 3 Performing Subjects

30%

Providing further details about the evaluation criteria and the marking scheme weightage, School Education Minister noted that “For the theory portion, scores in one or more (unit test/first semester exams/practice exams) theory papers of Std 12 will carry 40% weightage whereas marks in the final exam of Std.11 & the average of the best 3 performing theory papers of Std 10 will have 30% weightage each.” Furthermore, clarifying about the practical / oral or internal assessment exams, Ms Gaikwad said that “the overall assessment will be the measure of a students' performance in theory papers & orals/practical/internal assessments. Marks for the latter will be actual basis as per the board's prevailing policy.”

Like other state boards, Maharashtra Board, as part of its alternative assessment policy has also said that it will provide a second chance to the students to improve their score by allowing them to appear for exams later on when situation improves.

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