As per the latest news, the Delhi Government has asked all the schools of Delhi to conduct an assessment via telephone for the candidates who missed to appear for the Class 10th pre boards. The government has suggested this measure such that the schools find it easy to formulate marksheet based on the telephonic assessment. Hence, to cope up with the loss of the candidates, the board has asked all the schools in Delhi to formulate their own marks allocation formula. The board has also asked the schools to formulate a procedure by which the assessment can be completed. In addition to this, the central education department has also issued an assessment value based on which the marks of the candidates need to be formulated.
The CBSE has conducted the Class 10th pre boards exam in January however, owing to the surge in the Covid Cases in the state capital the exam has to be postponed midway. Although all the exams of all the subjects have been completed by the board amid the surge the Mathematics paper has been left for assessment. The Education Department has released guidelines and asked the schools to allocate the marks to the students similar to the formula adopted the previous year for evaluation. As per the previous year formula, the evaluation of the marks will be based on the marks of the papers in which the candidates have given the best performance.
This goes like this if the candidates have appeared for four subjects then they have to take the mean average of three papers. Similarly, if the candidates have appeared for three subjects then they should take the average of two subjects. For those candidates who have failed to appear in any of the exam papers in the pre-board exam. In that case, the government has asked the candidates to conduct the assessment via telephone and record documentary evidence to provide the same.
The Delhi Government education department has asked the CBSE board to provide a review of the class 10th timeline. The department has asked the schools to complete the assessment by 25th May. Not only this, the education department has asked all the schools that it has provided flexibility in its schedule for making the whole process smooth and less bothersome. The latest notice released by the CBSE board states that the schedule released by the board is tentative and may be changed if the prevalent conditions of the pandemic are not under control. If the situation of the pandemic is not managed then the school may see a stretch in the timing of the schedule. For the same, the board has asked the schools to inform the board ahead of the same via a notice.