CBSE Marking Scheme in 2020 for CBSE Students

Updated on Aug 07, 2020

Overview

The Central Board of Secondary Education Announced the Class 12th board examination results on 13th July 2020 and 10th class examination results on 16th July 2020.

With the outbreak of Covid-19 amid the board examinations, a few students could not give exams of all of their subjects. The study kept getting postponed, and so CBSE finally declared that the students would be given marks based on the performance in the exams that they had given and based on internal assessment. The board also said that the leftover exams would be conducted later, once the situation of the pandemic in the country, cools down.

Background

The class 10th and 12th students of CBSE board were given marks according to several exams they had appeared in and according to their performance in those subjects. The board also said that the students would be given an option to take the leftover exams later after the Covid-19 situation cools down.

Features 

  • The students who were able to give the exams of all their subjects were assessed as per the standard practice and marking scheme of CBSE, that is, their result was declared according to the marks secured by them, in their respective subjects.
  • The students who were able to give the exams of more than three questions, but not all items, were delivered marks in the leftover items based on the average of the scores they got in the best three subjects that they got.
  • The students who were able to give the exams of only three questions were given marks in the leftover items based on the average of the best two, out of the three subjects that they performed in.
  • The students who were able to give exams for only 1 or 2 topics, although they were quite a few, were given the results based on the subjects that they appeared in along with their performance in internals, practical and project assessments.

Official Website

Visit the Official Portal here.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Will the exams of the leftover subjects get conducted later?

Yes, the exams will get conducted later and the students will have an option to appear in them if they wish to improve their results, but only for the class 12 students.

Q. When were CBSE, class-10 results declared?

The Central Board Of Secondary Education declared the 10th class results on 16th July 2020.

Q. When were CBSE, class-12 results declared?

The Central Board Of Secondary Education declared the 12th class results on 13th July 2020.

Q. Will all the students be given results based on their internal performance?

No, only the students, who could appear in only one or two subjects, will be assessed based on those subjects and their internal performance.

Q. Is CBSE always going to follow this marking scheme?

No, this marking scheme is only a one-time decision that the CBSE took Because of the outbreak of Covid-19.


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WRITTEN BYVarsha Verma

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