CBSE Class 10, 12 Final Result Should Give Only 10 to 30% Weightage for Term 1, as demanded by the students and teachers. Earlier it was decided to give 50% weightage to term 1 exams.CBSE appearing candidates want more weightage to be given to the term 2 theory papers before calculating the results of classes 10th and 12th.
Central Board of Secondary Education[CBSE] has prior announced the results of term 1 objective examinations. The dates for the term 2 examinations are also out however it is not clarified about the weightage of marks for each term. Some students claim that the results for term 1 were disappointing, many teachers and students alleged rampant cheating done in term 1. It is not fair to give equal weightage to both terms for those who did not cheat during the exam. It is assumed for strict norms in term 2.
As per the demands of the students and teachers, instead of 50% weightage as decided earlier, it should be 10 to 30 percent in the final results, and the rest for term 2 and internal assessment. Some private schools earlier urged CBSE to reduce the weightage of term 1 examinations to be held in the 2021-2022 session as many schools are practicing some unfair means and malpractices while marking the paper during term 1.
A letter to the CBSE chairperson Vineet Joshi, National Progressive Schools’[NPSC] suggests that the weightage of term 1 examination to reduced to 20 to 30 percent whereas the weightage for term 2 increased to 70 to 80 percent. Many students are showing their grievances on the social platform.
Cbse should reduce Weightage of term 1 because of cheating in various schools. we got low marks because we didn't cheat and it is unfair with students who studied whole year #reduceterm1weightage#cbseterm1@Cbse_official @CBSEWaleBhaiya @AllCBSENews— Gauresh Pathak (@GaureshPathak2) March 27, 2022
CBSE has not taken any decision as of now on the marks weightage of term 1 and term 2. Most probably it is assumed that the marks weightage will be considered at the time of result declaration of term 2. Earlier it was decided to give 50 percent weightage to term 1 and the remaining 50 percent to term 2 and internal assessment.
The CBSE had announced that the board examination 2022 will be held in two terms. Marks obtained by the students will be calculated based on both terms. The term 1 major subjects exams were held from November 30 to December 11 last year.
The date sheet for term 2 examinations has already been released. Examinations are commencing on the 26th of April 2022.
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