CBSE CLASS 10, 12 TERM 1 RESULT 2022: CBSE Warns Schools For Disturbing Marking System, 50 Thousand Fine Or Impact On Recognition


CBSE Class 10, 12 Term 1 Result 2022: CBSE has given a clear warning to the schools which are suspected of malpractices in the marking system. 

CBSE has made it clear that schools which were home centers will have to keep a hard copy of the OMR sheet.

Students are waiting for the CBSE Class 10 and Class 12 Term 1 results. Before that, the board has warned those schools who make mistakes in the marking scheme. 

CBSE has made it clear that schools found guilty of malpractices in the marking scheme will have to pay Rs 50,000 as fine or their recognition will be cancelled.

Due to Corona, exams are being held in two terms,

let us tell you that due to Corona, CBSE is conducting class 10 and class 12 exams in two terms in MCQ format. That is, the children had to give their answers on the OMR sheet. 

According to the report, those schools are being identified which were the exam centers during November-December 2021. 

In fact, this step has been taken because some schools were converted as home centers and complaints were received that some malpractices were done by those centres.

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Instructions to keep hard copy

of OMR sheet According to the report, schools have been asked to keep a hard copy of OMR sheet and the board will check it Whether the students are marked as per the marking scheme or not.

After the examination by CBSE, the marks list will be sent to the schools and the students will be able to check their marks in the list. 

However, the final mark list will be released only after the Term 2 exam.

It is to be noted that the CBSE board exam was divided into two parts. While Term 1 was conducted in November-December 2021, Term 2 is expected to be held in March this year.


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