Trending News
Business Related News Most Trending News

CBSE Results: On July 11-13, The Announcement Of The Result Was Unreliable

Spread the love

The board has declared a notice that is becoming increasingly viral on social media regarding the results of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) 10th, 12th results. The CBSE board, however, has not published any notification regarding the exact dates of the result.

  • The tenth and twelfth results are expected to be released by July 15.
  • The reason behind this is being told that the board gave this information to the Supreme Court in its official statement.
  • Please tell that it is already months late to release the CBSE board results due to Coronavirus. While pending examinations were scheduled to start from July.
  • CBSE has already started work on the pending evaluation of papers in May and June. The board completed the evaluation work of the answer sheets of 10th and 12th by the third week of June.

Please tell that due to coronavirus, the Supreme Court has now cancelled the class 10th-12th examination. At the same time, the Supreme Court had asked CBSE to clarify the choice between internal evaluation and examination in the new notification. Also, tell us about the current status of the State Board Examination, the date of examinations. All these issues were heard in the Supreme Court on 26 June.

When will the results come?

The central government had earlier said that the CBSE examination will be conducted if the situation becomes normal. But the petition was filed in the Supreme Court regarding the remaining examinations by the candidates, after which the examinations were cancelled with the intervention of the court. According to the CBSE notification, the results will be announced based on the new evaluation method by July 15. The remaining CBSE examination was scheduled to be held from July 1 to 15, which has been cancelled.

Related posts

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More

Privacy & Cookies Policy