Alternate assessment policy cannot be applied to private candidates: CBSE
On Wednesday, the CBSE specified this is not a possibility, considering that neither the board nor schools have essential efficiency records for these students.
The CBSEs alternate assessment policy for Class XII can not be applied to private prospects, which is why assessments should be held for them, the CBSE said through a declaration on Wednesday.
“In case of routine students, schools have carried out a system test, mid-term and pre-board assessment and thus the performance records of these trainees were readily available. Nevertheless, in case of private candidates, no records based on which their assessment could be done without conduct of evaluation as performed in case of routine students, is available and thus the inventory policy can not be implemented,” said the declaration by Controller of Examinations Sanyam Bharadwaj. The examinations for these trainees are to be held between August 16 and September 15.
“Result will also be stated in the minimum possible time to prevent any problem to them in admission to college. The notification in this regard will be released soon,” the statement said, including, “UGC and CBSE are looking into the interest of all the students and UGC will be integrating admission schedule based on the result of these trainees as it was done by UGC in 2020,” it specified.
The Indian Express had reported that the CBSEs decision to hold assessments for private candidates– while examinations have been cancelled for routine students– have actually irked a number of these prospects. A demonstration is being planned outside CBSE headquarters in the capital Thursday.
Students have likewise cited the Covid pandemic and health problems among reasons for not holding the exams.
Private trainees are those who used to be routine CBSE students and had failed their first or second attempts and are either repeating the exams or want to enhance their efficiency. Patrachar trainees will likewise need to sit for the tests. This year, there are around 22,000 students personal signed up with the CBSE and many have required that they be assessed using alternative criteria as is the case with routine trainees.