It has been 2 months since the CBSE board conducted the Term 1 exam for Class 10th and 12th students. However, even after two months, there is no sign of result as of now. This negligence on part of the board is being questioned by the students who have started demonstrating against this on social media platforms. CBSE Class 10th, 12th students have taken to Twitter and have been expressing their agony and disappointment regarding the non-availability of the result.
The students have been asking the board to release the result soon with hashtags, #PleasegiveTerm1Result, #CBSEterm1result, #cbseforstudents. Additionally, they have been tagging the CBSE board, CBSE chairman, PMO, Education Minister, etc in their tweets for timely intervention. Check out some of the tweets recently posted by the students:
The tweets clearly portray the bafflement and anxiousness of the students regarding the CBSE term 1 result. The students have time and again alleged that this is distasteful on the board’s part and it is only increasing their pressure. They also complained that they are finding it hard to focus on their studies as the board is not providing any update on the result or Term 2 date sheet.
Combined results for Term 1 and Term 2?
Amidst this whole chaos regarding the CBSE Term 1 result, several reports are suggesting that CBSE is considering releasing a combined result for Term 1 and Term 2. After this news went viral, counter statements by some anonymous officials were up on the internet that squashed this theory and called it bogus. The statements read that, only a combined mark sheet shall be announced by the board and this whole fiasco regarding a combined result is a false narrative.
As of now, there is no comment from the board’s end regarding this whole situation. Earlier, there were speculations that the result is going to be announced in the first week of March 2022. However, the same didn’t happen. Also, CBSE has already announced the date schedule for Term 2 to commence from April 26, 2022. This news has also been detrimental for the students who are yet to check their Term 1 results.