CBSE class 10th result 2021: Schools gearing up for the ‘objective criterion’ for results during Covid times

AMRITSAR : While the education ministry’s decision to cancel the CBSE’s class X examination and announce the results on the basis of an ‘objective criterion’ has given much relief to the students and parents, the school managements are however waiting for the CBSE to develop and send them the guidelines of ‘objective criterion’ on basis of which the class X students result will be announced.

Stating that the CBSE might come up with a formula which suits most of the stakeholders under these extraordinary circumstances, principal of Spring Dale Senior School Rajiv Kumar Sharma informed TOI on Thursday that ‘objective criterion’ could be an internal assessment of the student.

There could either be the correlation of the IX standard marks to the students’ performance in X standard since both the IX and X are integrated classes or another but less likely possibility could be the conversion of internal assessment’s 20 marks into a total of 100 marks .But at the same time, he said that the internal assessment marks were mostly on the higher side in comparison with the theory marks.

The twenty marks are the combination of pen-paper assessment, multiple-choice questions, portfolio, and project with weightage of five marks each.

Principal of Delhi Public School, Sangeeta Singh said that the students were out of real classrooms since April 2020 and were studying online. She opined that there was a possibility of giving promotion to the students keeping in mind the internal performance throughout the year.

Gurmeet Singh father of a class X student opined that internal assessment which had to come through the school was the only option with the CBSE to announce class X results without conducting online or offline examinations. “It’s the school teachers who know about the students and can give feedback not the board,” he said. Stating that with the directions of the education ministry it appeared that they would promote each and every student. “All the schools will give a good assessment about their students,” he said.

Gaurav Kapoor, a student of class X said “ I am relieved with the government’s decision but you can’t call me a ‘promoted’ student out of any concession I am ready to give exams too .

When asked whether there could be any implication of the government’s decision for students in the future, Rajiv replied that students were more concerned about their marks in grade XII because that had the implication in their future. “Marks in grade X are mostly of the fulfillment value for a student but most of the students chose their future course of action and join various streams after XII so grade XII exams carried more value” he added.

However, principle DPS said that it could have a direct impact on learning outcomes of the students and would be felt in years to come. Besides, she said the mental, social and psychological impact couldn’t be ignored.

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