By Manasvi Gupta
Soon after the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) declared the Class 10, 12 Term 1 Results 2022 on March 19, many students expressed their concern over their low scores in Term exams. They have requested the Board to lower the weightage of the Term 1 marks. They are demanding that CBSE set the weightage of both the Terms at 30:70.
CBSE has not yet officially set the weightage criteria for Term 1 exams 2022, but in a circular issued on March 11, the Board had stated: “weightage of Term 1 and Term 2 will be decided at the time of the declaration of Term II result and accordingly, the final performance will be calculated." Therefore, it is uncertain as of now that CBSE might give equal weightage of both the terms or give more weightage to Term 2 marks and lesser weightage to Term 1 marks.
The final result of Class 10 and 12 the internal assessment and practical examination scores as well, apart from the marks obtained in Term 1 and Term 2 written examination. Also, CBSE has decided to not fail anyone in Term 1; however, absentees won't be awarded any average scores.
The board will work on the final results only after the Term 2 exams are conducted. Sanyam Bhardwaj, Controller of Examination, CBSE said in a report, “The board will wait and watch before deciding on the weightage. In case there is a disruption to the Term 2 exams, then the Term 1 exams will be given more weightage.”
It is important to remember that the Class 10th and 12th students will receive the scorecards and final mark sheets after the announcement of Term 2 results only. A minimum of 33 percent marks in the final results is required to pass the Board exams.
Students will get only one final mark sheet of the CBSE Class 10, 12 Results 2022, after Term 2.
The Term 1 absentees would be awarded marks based only on their performance in the Term 2 exams.
CBSE will start the process of moderation, normalization and grace mark policy only after the final result is computed.
You can check the CBSE the Class 12 Term 1 Result and official notice on its official website.