CICSE asks schools to submit average grades for students in class 11, internal exam – The New Indian Express
NEW DELHI: The CICSE board has asked its affiliated schools to submit data including the average of grades achieved by students in grade 12 in grade 11 and in that session, according to an official letter.
The board had postponed the Class 12 exams that were scheduled from May 4 in light of the aggressive second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A large chunk of students and parents have called for exams to be canceled, but the board has yet to announce a decision.
Class 10 exams have already been canceled by the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CICSE).
“The CISCE is in the process of assembling and collecting data from all of our schools presenting candidates for the class 12 exam. So you are kindly requested to provide the requested information for the 12th class candidates,” said the CISCE secretary Gerry Arathoon in a letter to the school. directors marked as “strictly confidential”.
While there was no response from Arathoon on whether the data collection exercise suggested a possible cancellation of board exams and the choice of alternative assessment methods, affiliated schools to CICSE confirmed having received the letter.
The information sought by the committee includes the average scores of subjects scored by candidates in class 11 (2019-20) and the average scores of subjects scored in various tests and examinations conducted by the school during class 12 (2020). -21).
“The tests and subjects must be the same for which the candidates have been registered and confirmed for the class 12 examination.
The submission of the average scores of articles must be done online, via the internal evaluation module on the CARRIÈRES portal, ”added the letter.
Schools were also asked to upload a consolidated grade 11 and 12 grade sheet to validate uploaded grades.
The deadline for completing the exercise was set for June 7 by the board.
There has not yet been a final appeal from the Central Council for Secondary Education (CBSE) on Class Council 12 exams and the Ministry of Education is expected to announce a decision by the 1st. June in this regard.