CBSE Class 12 Evaluation Criteria – Ramesh Pokhriyal to Address Students’ Queries/Concerns Tomorrow

New Delhi, 24 June 2021 – Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ will be coming LIVE on social media to clarify the doubts of students on CBSE Class 12 evaluation criteria 2021. This online address by the Education Minister will be begin at 4 pm tomorrow i.e. 25 June 2021. 

Informing about the same, Pohkriyal tweeted – “I will try to address your doubts regarding CBSE examinations through social media on June 25, 2021 at 4:00 PM.”

In the same tweet, he also clarified that while he got notified about the apprehensions of students through their messages, he was unable to communicate with them due to his ongoing COVID-19 treatment in the hospital. Pokhriyal reported that he is feeling healthy now, and thanked the students for expressing their concerns over his health. 

If you have any other queries related to CBSE exams, you can send me your questions via twitter, Facebook, or mail,” Pokriyal told the students. 

On 17th June 2021, the Supreme Court had approved and CBSE adopted the 30:30:40 methodology to evaluate the performances of Class 12 students. According to this new methodology, 60% of the weightage will be given to Class 10 and 11 final results, and 40% weightage will be given to Class 12 pre-board results.

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CBSE Class 12 Results 2021 – Other Latest Updates 

  • CBSE has already proposed to release the Class 12 result 2021 on 31st July 2021. 
  • The board has submitted a plan with a plea to conduct optional examinations in August and September. These exams will be conducted for those students who will not be satisfied with their Class 12 results based on the current evaluation plan.  
  • The optional exams (if conducted) would be held only for main subjects only. 

CBSE Class 12 Results 2021 – Latest Updates

For more information, candidates are advised to keep an eye on the CBSE’s official website.

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