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CBSE develops tools to aid schools in calculating board year results

The board has already launched an online tabulation portal to help schools calculate the results. It has sections for uploading different components required for the result tabulation.

By: Express News Service | New Delhi |
Updated: June 24, 2021 2:16:17 pm
CBSE, CBSE results, CBSE result calculation, Delhi news, class XII CBSE results, India news, Indian expressCBSE has directed the schools to create a student profile for all assessment undertaken over the year and retain the evidences in digital format.(representational)

With complex calculations going into the preparation of class XII CBSE results, the board has set up a help desk along with a tabulation portal to assist schools with the process.

A special telephonic help desk dedicated to helping schools prepare the results is operational from today on working days from 9:30 am to 5pm, and will address queries from schools both on class X and XII results.

The board has already launched an online tabulation portal to help schools calculate the results. It has sections for uploading different components required for the result tabulation.

Read | Class 12 results: Uniform assessment scheme for all state boards not possible, says SC

“After collection of all marks, this portal will display a complete tabulation sheet for the school with a feature of subject-wise marks and reference mean for the purpose of moderation of marks by the schools. This portal and the backend systems have eased out lots of burden of cumbersome calculations for the schools,” read a statement by the board.

“A system has also been developed for the computation of Class X component of marks based on result data available with the Board in case of students who passed their Class X Board from CBSE only. For other Boards, CBSE with the help of Regional Offices will collect result data from respective State Boards for the purpose of computation of Class X component (30%) of marks of Class XII. The system will also compute Class XI component (30%) and Class XII component (40%),” said Dr Antriksh Johri, Director IT, CBSE.

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