Central Board of Secondary Education conducts exams of Senior Secondary Level in India. The exams of 12th Class were conducted recently by the CBSE and a very large number of students appeared in these exams. Now, they are very keen to know the results of their efforts.
For this are eagerly waiting for CBSE to declare the result soon so CBSE has officially announced that the results will be declared on the 25 May 2014, which is roughly two months after the exams.
This year, however, it is expected that they won’t be able to keep up according to mentioned schedule as election are also around the corner so there are chances that the results might be delayed.
However, they will be announced hopefully in May. So, it is advised to students to keep checking for any updates regarding the results at the official website i.e.www.CBSE.nic.in
Normally, the exams of 12th Class are although difficult for the students but according to the reviews this year, they were a bit more difficult than the normal ones. However, they were not too much difficult and any student who has carefully studied the material can pass the exams easily.
Due to a very large number of students taking part in the exam, the competition was tough and we can expect record breaking scores from the students.
The valuation of the answer papers of the class 10 and 12 public examinations are moving in a fast phase, according to officials.
The evaluation of the Class 12 papers was completed on Friday. Around 2.5 lakh answer sheets were evaluated in the camps in the district with 2,500 teachers assigned for the purpose. Meanwhile, the valuation of the Class 10 papers began on Friday.
“The valuation of Class 12 papers which began after the completion of the exams has been completed by now. We have started to enter the marks and other works will soon follow suit,” said Coimbatore chief education officer (CEO) A Gnana Gowri. The directorate of examinations has announced that the results would be announced on May 9. Officials are confident that tabulation and other work would be completed before the scheduled date. The valuation, barring vocational subject papers, was held in camps in the city.
Class 10 results are scheduled to be released on May 23.
With the general election clashing with the valuation process, teachers complain of too much workload. Some of the teachers engaged in valuation said they have been assigned election duties as well. However, education department officials said arrangements have been made in such a way the valuation process is not disturbed during the election time. “The valuation camp will be suspended during the holidays including Good Friday as well as on polling day (March 24),” said Gnana Gowri.
One other issue that’s rankling teachers is the poor remuneration for paper valuation. Though there has been a small increase in the valuation fee, the remuneration is still low, varying between Rs 3.75 and Rs 7.50 for a paper. Computer science papers which are for a maximum of 75 marks fetch Rs 3.75 while fee for language and science subject papers are paid Rs 7.50. In the case of Biology, two teachers evaluate the same paper and hence each teacher is paid Rs 3.75. Each evaluator is expected to evaluate 30 language or 24 subject papers daily. Computer science teachers handle 40 papers.
According to many valuators, the remuneration, which varies from Rs 90 to Rs 225 daily depending on the subject, is far too less. They said the low remuneration is one reason why teachers do not show interest in taking up valuation duty. However, education officials defended the fee on offer arguing that valuation is part of a teacher’s duty who, in any case, receives salary every month. The remuneration fee, they argued, is an extra incentive.
CBSE has made it mandatory for all affiliated schools to prepare a website with their complete details. Till now, only 45 out of 87 schools have updated their sites.
A letter has been issued to the all the schools from the joint secretary of CBSE.
According to the letter, the information required to be present on the school website include details of CBSE guidelines and norms, student strength, information about teaching staff, student-teacher ratio, contact details of administrators, comprehensive information about school, infrastructure, governance and qualification of teachers. The details are to be collected as an annual report and uploaded before September 15 each year.
Out of 108 government schools, only 39 have updated their sites.
According to regional officer R J Khanderao, “While talking about government schools, all the information regarding them is updated on the site handled by DPI Kamlesh Kumar and he has all the necessary information. The private school has to follow the order of the CBSE otherwise they will be boycotted.”
According to board counsellor Rakesh Sachdeva, who is also principal of DAV Model Senior Secondary School, Sector 15, “CBSE has been sending the curricular to update the websites for public convenience for last many years but unfortunately the regular reminders are not being followed. The CBSE should take some strict action so that the schools start listening to the orders of the board authorities”.
The parents too will be benefit from the sites. C V Singh, a resident of Zirakpur, said, “It is really hard for parents to go to every school and know about it whereabouts. Updating the school websites will bring transparency.”
The Central Board of Secondary Education conducted the CBSE Class 10th Exam 2014 from 01 March to 19 March 2014, and the result of which is likely to be declared in the second half of May 2014, if follow the previous years’ exam schedules.
Results would also be available and accessed at JagranJosh’s Page for CBSE Class 10th Result 2014.
Students appeared in CBSE Class 10 Exams 2014 would be able to check their results on the CBSE’s website: www.cbse.nic.in or they can get the results through telephone an SMS services as being arranged by the CBSE every year. For this, the Board receives helping hand from National Informatics Center, department of information technology, Ministry of communication and Information technology, Govt of India to provide instant and error free excess of the result.
Apart from it, the Results would also be available and accessed at JagranJosh’s Page for CBSE Class 10th Result 2014.
Reportedly, a huge number of students appeared in CBSE class 10 examinations this year. According to officials of CBSE, a total of 13, 25,627 students applied for the Class 10 exam, which is an increase of 5.5 per cent from the 12.59 lakh students attempted in 2013. Among that, 7.29 lakh students appeared for the school-based exams, whereas around 5.96 lakhs students sat in the external Board exams.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is a Board of Education for public and private schools, under the Union Government of India. The CBSE conducts final examinations for Classes 10 and 12 for the schools affiliated to it.
Besides conducting secondary and senior secondary examinations, it also conducts annually the All India Engineering Entrance Examinations and All India Pre-Medical Test for admission to undergraduate courses in engineering, architecture and medical colleges, respectively.
CBSE affiliates all Kendriya Vidyalayas, all Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas, private schools and most of the schools approved by central government of India.