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CBSE Class 10 Exams 2021: Board releases Additional FAQs for the results

In view of the current Covid-19 situation in the country, CBSE Class 10 board exams are cancelled.

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released Additional Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on the tabulation of result for Class 10 board exams 2021 based on the internal assessments conducted by schools. The board has answered the questions related to Mathematics Standard and Basic, Languages, tabulation of marks depending on the range of students, and calculating result on switching over the school board.

Let’s take a look at CBSE FAQs on Class 10 Result as released on the official website:

Q.1: Say reference year is 2018-19 when there was no bifurcation of standard and basic Maths. During moderation how can we give benefit to the students who have opted for basic Maths?

Ans: As Basic Mathematics data is only available for 2019-2020 as the subject was introduced for the first time in 2020.
Therefore, 2019-2020 will be taken as base year for Basic Mathematics. The schools where the reference year is other than 2019-2020, the following two options are available:–
a) Based on the average marks of Mathematics Basics in 2019-2020, marks of Mathematics Basics for 2020-2021 will be calculated. The marks of Mathematics Standard shall be awarded in such a manner that the overall average of both Mathematics Standard and Mathematics Basic for 2020-2021 is up to the average of Mathematics in the reference year.
b) The overall average marks of students of Mathematics Basic and Mathematics Standard in 2020-21 taken together will be up to the average marks of Mathematics in the reference year

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Q.2: My school reference year is 2017-2018. This year, Mathematics Basic was not offered by CBSE. For Mathematics Basic, CBSE has directed to use 2019-2020 as reference year. How to award the marks in 2020-2021?

Ans: It is further clarified if the reference year is other than 2020 i.e. 2018 or 2019 then the overall average of Mathematics Standard and Mathematics Basic combined together for 2021 should be up to the average of Mathematics of Reference year.

Q.3: My school has sponsored students for class-x for the first time in 2020-2021. How to award the marks in 2020-2021 in Mathematics as we have students in both Mathematics Basic and Mathematics Standard? I have been provided data of District, State and National Level.

Ans: You may select the reference year amongst the District, State and National Level data. There could be following two
possibilities:-
1. Your selected reference year is other than 2019-2020.
2. Your selected reference year is 2019- 2020.

In both the cases, following action may be taken:
For Mathematics Standard, use the subject average of reference year and for Mathematics Basic, use the reference year as 2019-2020. Thereafter, the overall average of Mathematics Standard and Mathematics Basic combined together for 2021 should be up to the average of Mathematics of Reference year.

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