In the midst of the developing COVID-19 concern, the middle has offered alleviation to class 12 understudies and guardians by dropping CBSE class 12 board tests 2021. Following this, Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) likewise canceled the ISC tests 2021 considering the dubious states of Covid in the country.
Presently, as the class 12 tests have been dropped, there are a few inquiries among the understudies with respect to the assessment models. As indicated by the board, the aftereffect of the ISC Exam 2021 will be ordered on an instrument that will likewise incorporate interior tests like pre-board, half-yearly, and UT tests. The board additionally advised that if any understudy is not happy with his/her imprints can show up for the test as and when the pandemic circumstance gets leveled out.
When Will CISC Exam 2021 Evaluation Criteria Be Announced?
High Court on Thursday gave CISCE board fourteen days to put clear-cut target standards for evaluation of class 12 understudies. A seat of Justices Dinesh Maheshwari and A M Khanwilkar asked advocate J K Das, showing up for the CISCE, to put on record the target boundaries inside about fourteen days, after which the seat will go through the target boundaries so that on the off chance that anybody has any protest can be explained.
We are glad to take note that the public authority has taken the choice to drop class 12 board tests, however, we need that the target measures fixed for evaluation of imprints be set before us. This is similarly significant as the help looked for by the applicants looking for retraction of board tests," the top court said, as announced by as per the update.
CISCE ISC understudies are encouraged to continue to check the authority site - cisce.org for the most recent reports on the ISC assessment rules.
PM Modi on Tuesday evening reported the retraction of CBSE class 12 board tests 2021. Within 24 hours of this declaration, a few state sheets, including Gujarat, Haryana, Rajasthan, and Goa likewise, canceled the tests.
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