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Today, the Assam Board Is Expected To Release Class 10, 12 Evaluation Criteria

Today, the Assam Board Is Expected To Release Class 10, 12 Evaluation Criteria

Today, the Assam Board Is Expected To Release Class 10, 12 Evaluation Criteria. Today, the Assam government is expected to publish the assessment criteria for the canceled High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC, or Class 10). And Higher Secondary (HS, or Class 12) examinations. The two committees appointed by the Assam government recommend methods for evaluating pupils in Class 10 and 12. After the cancellation of this year’s HSLC Matric and HS board exams due to the Covid have presented their findings last week. While the government announced the postponement of Class 10 and 12 examinations. It also said that the results for both of these exams will be announce by July 31.

According to sources, the committee established to propose a method for evaluating Class 10 students. Recommended that the student’s grades in Class 9 and pre-board examinations. Be include when declaring the results of the canceled Class 10 exams. Dr. Alok Buragohain, a former Vice-Chancellor of Dibrugarh University. And Academic Chairperson of Royal Global University chaired the Class 10 examination results committee.

According to reports, Vice-Chancellor of Kumar Bhaskar Varma Sanskrit and Ancient Studies University Professor Dipak Kumar Sharma, who chaired the committee for Class 12 results, stated in his report that the panel members considered all academic activities and made recommendations based on continuous evaluation.

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“Class 10 results will be consider. Class 11 and 12 students would be evaluate on a continual basis.” Professor Sharma. However, would not disclose the specifics of the evaluation formula. Stating that the panel members examine the CBSE and other state boards’ processes for producing the report and guarantee that the students’ interests were safeguard.

Additionally, the committee provide recommendations for students who may be dissatisfy with their results.

Around seven lakh students in Class 10 and Class 12 were schedule to sit for their board examinations this year.

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Written by Ankur J Kakoti

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