New Delhi: From next year, the CBSE 10th and 12th exams will start in February instead of March. According to media sources, the CBSE wants to remove the errors in evaluation and in this order the examination cycle is being done first.
This year CBSE board examinations began on March 1 and ended on April 20. The reason behind these steps of the Board is to improve the mistakes in the evaluation process.
Since the announcement of CBSE's 12th class results, students were complaining about the mistakes in checking the paper. Keeping with the students' complaints in mind, CBSE has created two committees for the study of flaws in the evaluation process. A senior CBSE official said, the board has decided to constitute two committees. In which there will be senior officers and they will consider problems related to the evaluation procedures being followed.
According to media sources, according to CBSE Chairman RK Chaturvedi, the examinations will be started from the coming session around 15th February and they will be completed in a month. This will help to declare the test results quickly.
CBSE believes that due to early declaration the results; it will further help students in admission ahead. Admission time for the release of the result and the undergraduate remains almost the same, therefore, it remains a challenge to get admission.
According to Chaturvedi, holidays start by April and experienced teachers are not available. For this reason, starting evaluation in the middle of March will be beneficial. We will be able to get the services of Best Teachers. Currently, copies are checked in April and school temporary, ad-hawk and newly-appointed teachers can only check the copy. If the exams happens before many other experienced teachers can also contribute in the correction of copies and hence give correct results of the students in far better way.
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