Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will be making a decision on Marks Moderation Policy today. Amidst the rumours surrounding the release of CBSE result, the board chairman met with HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar on whether to implement Marks Moderation Policy while preparing result for students who appeared for the board exams this year. In line with the interim order by Delhi High Court. Delhi High Court had earlier directed CBSE to follow the grace marks provision which was in place when the students had submitted their examination forms. According to a source, CBSE result of class 12 board exam will now be declared by the end of this week.
After the interim order from Delhi High Court, the board officials had said that they would consult MHRD on the issue. It was speculated that there would be a delay in class 12 board exam result this year.
According to sources the board officials have said that the result for class 12 board exam would be declared by the end of this week. The exact date for result declaration
is expected to be announced by the board by evening today. While the news will bring a sigh of relief for students, it will also increase the anxiety levels for students who have been waiting eagerly for result declaration.
This year a total of 1098891 candidates from 10678 schools had registered for the CBSE class 12 board exams. Out of the total students registered, 460026 were girls and 638865 were boys. The CBSE board exam for the class 12 students was conducted at 3502 exam centres across the country.
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