"CBSE is expected to release the 10th and 12th results by the last week of July. Over 33 lakh candidates are anxiously awaiting their results."
The Central Board of Secondary Education should release the results for the 10th and 12th grades by the last week of July. Over 33 lakh candidates are anxiously awaiting their 10th and 12th CBSE results. They expect the results to be released shortly on the official website. Additionally, CBSE has not yet disclosed a precise date for the release of CBSE results.
Students in the CBSE class 12th are concerned, as several colleges, including Mumbai University, have begun the admissions process. It will be difficult for them to get admission. The University Grants Commission (UGC) has already received a letter from CBSE. UGC instructed all higher education institutions to prepare their admissions schedules considering the announcement of the CBSE Board Results.
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UGC stated that some institutions have reportedly begun accepting registrations for undergraduate courses for the upcoming academic year (2022–2023). In this case, if the institutions set the final date before the announcement of the CBSE results, the students from CBSE will be denied admission to the undergraduate programmes.
In addition, the final score will include the results from terms 1 and 2 exams, as well as the students’ internal evaluations and practical performances; however, the board has not yet established the weightage.
CBSE students have already appeared on Twitter and made the hashtag “CBSEAcceptBestOfEitherTerms” trend. Students appealed to CBSE to accept the best score from either term to calculate the final result.
Students and their parents are protesting in favour of giving internal evaluations greater weight. However, the board has not yet indicated whether or not they would consider their request.
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