Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has extended the last date for the moderation of class 12th marks. Earlier, the schools had to compile and finish the moderation for CBSE class 12th result by July 22, 2021. However, now the schools can do so by July 25, 2021.
The extension of the deadline has been announced via public notice. As per the notice, the central board has extended the last date to reduce the stress and burden on schools, which are working at their full capacity to finalize results but are making errors due to the pressure of the fast-approaching deadline.
“As of now, it has been observed that schools are finalizing their data with full capacity. However, as last date i..e 22.07.2021 is approaching fast and teachers involved are under stress, getting panicky and committing mistakes and sending a request to CBSE to rectify these” , reads the official notice.
The board said that it is well aware of the time constraints and challenges faced by the schools. Hence, it has decided to increased the deadline. The board added that now the schools may continue to work on compiling the result by completing the moderation and avoid any last-minute rush.
In addition to this, CBSE has also said that if any of the schools is not able to finish the result within the new stipulated deadline then the result for that school will be announced separately.
This means that the result of CBSE class 12th will be released after July 25, 2021. As per the Supreme Court order, all schools board have to announce the result by July 31, 2021. Hence, students can expect to check their CBSE 12th result 2021 between 26 to 31 July 2021.
Even in the official assessment criteria document the board has said that it will announce the result by July 31, 2021.
Around 12 lakh candidates are waiting for CBSE 12th result 2021. The Central Board will announce the result online, at cbseresults.nic.in. The result will be announced under the login and students can check it by entering details like – school number, registration number, etc. Students will also be able to check their results via SMS and under Digi locker.
This year, CBSE 12th exams were cancelled due to the pandemic. Hence, the result is being prepared based on alternative criteria. To calculate the result, 40% weightage has been given to class 12h Unit Test / Mid-term / Pre-board exam, 30% weightage to theory component of class 11th final exams, and 30% weightage to class 10th average theory component of best three (03) performing subjects of main 5 subjects.