The Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education (RBSE) has announced the marking scheme for Class 12 and 10 results. Earlier, RBSE – had canceled Class 10 and 12 board exams due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
RBSE Class 10 results will be based on exams held in Class 8 and Class 9, and Class 10. Forty-five percent weightage will be given to the final exam of Class 8, 25 percent weightage will be given to the Class 9 final exam, and 10 percent will be from Class 10. For the 10 percent weightage of Class 10, it will be up to schools to award marks to students.
The school head, class teacher, and subject teacher will be included in the committee for deciding the marks. This committee will fix the marks based on the observation made throughout the session keeping in view the continuous participation and performance of the students in the classroom teaching and various digital innovations.
For RBSE Class 12 Result theory, forty percent weightage will be given to Class 10 final exam, 20 percent to Class 11 final exam, and for Class 12, the percentage of weighting will be 20 percent, which schools will decide.
The remaining practical exams to be held later
The practical exams of class 12 have been conducted in most of the schools and 40 percent of the schools already submitted marks. The practical examinations of class 12 in the remaining schools will be conducted online or offline if necessary, after permission from the home and health departments.
Class 10 and Class 12 results will be announced in the next 45 days. Students who remain dissatisfied with their results will get the chance to appear for an optional exam to improve their scores. The optional exams will be held when the situation becomes conducive.
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