Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is going to announce the CBSE Term 1 result 2021 on the official website, cbseacademic.nic.in. The CBSE Term 1 exam for class 10, 12 were held from November 30 to December 11, 2021. Also, the board is expected to announce the CBSE Term 2 exam datesheet soon for all the students that are tentatively scheduled for March-April 2022.
CBSE Term 1 Result 2021 Date
The board conducted the Term 1 exam for CBSE classes 10 and 12 from November 30 to December 11, 2021. Regardless of this, there is no official word regarding the release of the final CBSE Term 1 result from the board itself.
If reports are to be believed then it is speculated that the result can be out this month. However, no one can give the exact date and time of publishing the result until the board itself announces it. Also, some teachers believe that there will inevitably be delays and issues in the results owing to the alleged cases where students were shared answers beforehand, or where schools / teachers helped students in answering by marking their answers, and other such cases. Nevertheless, an official announcement is expected to be out soon as it has been almost 24 to 25 days since the exams were held.
The CBSE Term 1 exam result will be hosted on the official website of the board and candidates have to check their results by entering the login credentials asked on the login page. The board will announce a provisional marksheet and the final marksheet and result will be released after the Term 2 exam is over.
What if CBSE Term 2 is Cancelled?
Owing to this reason, that with each passing day the caseloads of the COVID pandemic is again on an increasing spree. A lot of students and parents are concerned regarding the outcome it the CBSE Term 2 tentatively scheduled for March-April 2022 will be cancelled or postponed. The board has already answered this query in one of its notices released earlier. As per that, if under any circumstances, the board is forced to cancel the exam then, the final result shall be made on the basis of the marks scored in the CBSE Term 1 exam. Another thing put forth by the board was that they will adjust the weightage of the marks in a way that is enough to make the year-end result.
As of now, the board is just monitoring the current situation and any final decision shall be taken keeping the student’s safety in priority, Hence, candidates are advised to stay away from negativity or panic and avoid falling prey to any fake news that is being circulated on the social media platforms.