Delhi High Court has asked CBSE to continue the moderation policy
The Delhi High Court had recently asked CBSE board to continue the moderation policy, which the board had scrapped last month. Notably, moderation policy allows grace marks for difficult questions in class 12 examinations. There were speculations that the results would be declared on 24th May but now High Court has asked the board to continue the moderation policy. As a result, the class 12 results are on hold.
Notably, the interim relief has been granted by the Delhi High Court after a parent filed a PIL opposing the move. The moderation policy, which was scrapped by the Central Board of Secondary Education last month, faced a lot of criticism from the parents whose children took class 12 examinations this year.
The results have not been declared yet and everyone’s wait is growing longer. The starts of the exams were also delayed from March 1 to March 9 due to assembly elections in five states.
So if you are also waiting for the class 12 results, here are few tips to stay up to date.
- As always, the results will available on the following websites: www.results .nic .in, www.cbseresults.nic.in , and www.cbse.nic.in
- CBSE will also provide class 12 digital marksheet via Digilocker, and the digilocker accounts details will be sent to students via SMS.
- CBSE will also send emails to schools as soon as the results will be declared.
According to a report, the results will be declared between May 24 and May 27. With 10.98 lakhs students giving the exams this year, a lot of traffic is expected on the official channels for the results. So if you are unable to open the page, just keep refreshing the page periodically.
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