The Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) has released the evaluation criteria for the class 12th Result 2021. The MPBSE has postponed the class 12th examination that was scheduled for June 02, 2021, amid the surge in the cases of the Covid-19 pandemic in the state. The evaluation criteria for the assessment of class 12th result has been approved by CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan. As per the latest updates, the result of the 10+2 will be released by July 31, 2021. However, the candidates who are not satisfied with the class 12th result will get a chance to reappear for the examination.
According to the latest sources, the School Education Department has presented the evaluation criteria used for the assessment of class 12th results before the chief minister. The CM has approved the same and now the students who have registered themselves for the exam will be promoted on this basis. As per the evaluation criteria, the marks of the class 12th will be derived on the basis of the performance of candidates in the Best of 5 subjects in class 10th exam. The CM has ordered the board to prepare the result of the Intermediate candidates and release the same by July 31, 2021.
Along with the evaluation criteria, the state has also said that the candidates who are not satisfied with the marks as per the evaluation criteria will be allowed to take up Special exams. The board will conduct the Special offline exams for the students once the covid situation is under control for real-time assessment of their performance in the examination. Earlier this month the government has already postponed the plan of opening schools by July 1 citing the threats of the pandemic. The final decision on the opening of the schools in the state will be taken once the vaccinations are done as per the plan.
The students on the other hand are giving mixed reactions once the news regarding the class 12th exam broke. Some students whose performance was satisfactory in the class 10th exam are happy. While the ones who were completely prepared for class 12th offline exam are disappointed with the decision of the government.