CBSE board to conduct exams a month early from 2018!

CBSE Board is planning to bring more experienced teachers for evaluating answer sheets and will also be conducting training sessions for evaluators

From next year, CBSE board will conduct exams of class X and XII  a month early and the exams will be over in 30 days. Currently, the exams start in the month of March but coming 2018 the exams will begin in February and will get over in a month. Generally, board exams start from March 1 and get over around mid-April. The scheme is being introduced to focus on “error-free evaluation”.

CBSE chairman R K Chaturvedi said, “By April, vacations begin and the experienced teachers are not available. Therefore, advancing evaluation to mid-March will ensure we have the best teachers checking the answer scripts. Otherwise, in April during vacations, schools offer us only temporary, ad-hoc and newly-appointed teachers for the evaluation exercise as experienced teachers don’t oblige”.

Board is planning to bring more experienced teachers for evaluating answer sheets and will also be conducting training sessions for evaluators. “Just like teachers’ training, we are planning two evaluators’ training sessions each year starting December 2017,” added Chaturvedi.

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 The early exam will lead to early results, therefore, giving more time for students to apply for the undergraduate admission process.
After the announcement of CBSE class 12 results this year, many errors in totalling of marks came to light. According to reports, many students have sent their marks for verification, after verifying marks of many students were doubled.
Another student failed in Economic after scoring just 9 marks but landed up with 45 marks after verification.
The exams were declared by the Council on the official website on May 28 after much wait. A student of Amity School, Noida Raksha Gopal topped the exams by scoring 99.6%.Bhumi Sawant De from DAV Chandigarh stood second with 99.4% and Aditya Jain from Bhawan Vidyalaya Chandigarh took the third position with 99.2%.
(Source: Times of India)

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