The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will releases Class 12th Result 2021 before 31 July. For results of Class 12th, marks obtained in unit, term and practicals will be taken into account. 

CBSE has said that Class XII results will be declared on the basis of performance in Class 10 and 11(30 percent weightage) and 12 (40 percent weightage). CBSE would be following the 30:30:40 formula for awarding marks/grades to Class 12th students.

How Class X and XI marks will be added to final results

Students of the 10th class usually study 5 or 6 subjects. Of these, the marks of the top three scoring subjects will be considered. 

The final results of class 11th will be added to class 12th results.

Class XII marks

The marks attained in Unit tests or mid-term exams or pre-board exams in Class 12 will be added to the final Class XII Result.

AG KK Venugopal has said that students unsatisfied with the marks/grading done through the 30:30:40 criterion can do better or improve their marks by appearing in physical examination. This examination will be conducted as the Covid situation gets better in the county.

Frequently asked questions

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If all three exams- Unit exams, Mid term exams and Pre-board are conducted, Which of the exams will be considered

Only schools will decide that results which of the above-mentioned exams it will send to CBSE.

How to calculate subject wise marks

So far, the authorities have not mentioned anything about the calculation of subject-wise marks.

How to add practical marks to the final result

As per the formula, the class XII pre-board tests will have a maximum weightage of 40 percent in the final assessment. The formula will only be applicable for the 80 marks devoted to the theory section of an exam. For the remaining 20 marks, students will be assessed on the practicals and internal assessment according to usual protocol.

The marks of practical exams are already being submitted to CBSE by schools.

Why 30:30:40 formula

Earlier, CBSE had appointed a 13-member committee to recommend the criteria to evaluate Class XII students. According to these panelists, the criterion is expected to give a holistic assessment of a student’s capabilities and performances.

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