NEW DELHI: The Class X and XII board connection between Central Board of Secondary Education is going to be declared around the third and fourth week of May respectively.
According to sources within the CBSE, the Class X answers are likely to be declared on either May 19 or May 20, 2015. “The Class XII outcomes are likely to be ready by May 25 plus the board will declare it by May 27 or May 28, 2015,” said an official from the exam branch.
The board officials declared that the JKBOSE 10th Result might be declared into two or three phase – Chennai region might be the first region to find the results and so the Patna and Bhubaneshwar region within the third phase. The All India email address particulars are likely to be declared on May 27, 2015.
In Class X, an overall total of 13,73,853 students registered to the exam this coming year, which can be around 3.3% increase from those of 2014. In Class XII, a complete of 10,40,368 students registered for your exams this season, that 6,07,383 are boys and 4,32,985 are girls.
This year Class XII exams are actually dubbed as one of the toughest within the history on the board. Students or a section of schools sent their representation for the board in connection with difficulty volume of exams like mathematics and physics.
CBSE to create Class X board exams compulsory again
New Delhi: The central government could finish the so-called no-detention policy, introduced underneath the Right to Education Act, within a phased manner and will look at rendering it compulsory for school students to adopt HPBOSE 10th Result examinations in Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) schools.
The human resource development (HRD) ministry will discuss the 2 issues with state education ministers, experts and academicians in the Central Advisory Board of Education (CABE) meeting scheduled on Wednesday. CABE will be the highest education policy advisory body with the HRD ministry. This would be the first CABE meeting following the National Democratic Alliance government located power in May 2014.
Under the no-detention policy, students automatically win promotion to your next class without getting held back whether or not they do not manage a passing grade. This policy is followed until students reach Class VIII.