CBSE Term-1 Result: The Central Council of Secondary Education (CBSE) has informed the schools about the results of the first exam of class 10. This information has been provided on behalf of the board. It is remarkable that the CBSE announced last year that the board exam will take place in two phases in 2022. In the first phase, the main subject exam was held from 30 November to 11 December last year. The Board advised that the weight of the Phase I and Phase II studies will be determined at the time of the declaration of the results of the Phase II study and that final performance will be calculated accordingly. The CBSE circular on March 11 reads: “The board collectively informs the schools about the theoretical performance of their class 10 students. Therefore, the individual performance information of the students is not available on the website.
The board says that only ‘theory’ grades have been sent, since the results of the internal assessment and practical exams have already been received by the schools. The certificates have not been issued and will only be issued after the exam in the second degree. The Council has established an online dispute resolution mechanism to deal with any dispute related to the first-stage exam and it has been made available immediately. According to the circular, the online link for complaints will work until March 26, but the dispute will only be resolved after the second phase of investigation. The board said the achievements of those students who were unable to take the first stage exam because of Kovid or who appeared in any national or international exam or sports have not been shared. The board said the final grade of such students would be based on their performance in the second grade exam. “The necessary steps to remove the level of difficulty between the two sets of questionnaires in the first stage exam will be taken at the time the final result is drafted,” the circular reads. Those who are placed in the category of their results will be announced only after the second degree exam. The compartment exam is administered on the basis of the second-degree exam syllabus. The board has also clarified that it does not allow students to change exam centers for the second degree exam. CBSE said that since correspondence or private candidates will only appear in the second phase, their practical and theory exam marks will be given pro rata.