CBSE Results 2017: Date Uncertain. Will Be Out On Time, Says HRD Minister. What Else Should Students Know

NEW DELHI: The result of CBSE this year is entangled with the moderation policy of the brands and the ongoing debates associated with it. Initially, it seemed that the Council made an important decision to eliminate the long practice of giving “grades of grace” to students. While the intention was to provide “network marks”, however, this has not been well accepted. Anxiety and demand have spread after the Ministry of Defense of Human Rights decided not to give marks with effect from this year! “The rules can not be changed after the start of the game,” with this obvious statement given by the Delhi High Court, the CBSE non-moderation policy faces a situation of “being or not being!” The Council did not give a Tentative date for the outcome. However, the only statement by the Minister of Human Rights now would be announced at the time.

Anxiety can be clearly seen between students and their parents, who publish relentless concerns on various social media platforms.

Although the Board made no announcement in relation to the 10, 12 result taking into account the trend of previous years, the results of CBSE should be released May 24, 2017.

According to a recent notice, it is likely that the Board may request the Supreme Court, with a special petition (SLP) against the Delhi High Court ruling on trademark moderation policy. If this happens, the results are later.
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Seema Kasumra, Elementary School Ryan International School, Ghaziabad told NDTV that the scrapping of the containment policy has caused some tension in the children’s minds. Usually, when students begin to apply for admission to the UA and other universities. He added that the rules and regulations were declared once the students were ready to take the exam. “Otherwise, it will focus more on acquiring knowledge and education rather than looking for brands,” he added later.
Although all school boards were asked to abandon the restriction policy, they have not yet been implemented. The CBSE and 32 other municipalities have decided to eliminate the moderation policy of the latest month marks. However, some states like Kerala and Tamil Nadu have decided not to withdraw this year’s containment policy.

No retention policy will drastically reduce the scores, making it very difficult to compete with a seat in the best universities in the country. This will also affect those who intend to study abroad. State councils govern the admission process by introducing the maximum seats.

The results of class 12 CBSE delay affect other results. In one case, a press report in the Hindu says that “the Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) has decided to postpone the announcement of the results of the common access test (AEC) due to delay in publication of the class 12 Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and the results of the exams of the Indian School Certificate (ISC) throughout the country.This will affect the 1.8 lakh candidates appeared for the exam.