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CBSE class X final grade sheet will not reflect class IX results

NEW DELHI: March 21, 2017, DHNS 0:36 IST
The CBSE has also decided to leave it to the schools the responsibility of issuing certificates to Class X students in co-scholastic areas from the academic session of 2016-17 itself.

The CBSE has also decided to leave it to the schools the responsibility of issuing certificates to Class X students in co-scholastic areas from the academic session of 2016-17 itself.

The final grade sheet-cum-certificate of performance of the Class X students of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) schools will not reflect their Class IX results from this year.

The board has decided to do away with the system with effect from the 2017-18 academic session. “This year, i.e. session 2016-17, the board will be collecting CCE (continuous and comprehensive evaluation) result data of Class X only through online system. After due consideration, it has been decided that this year onwards the board will not include Class IX result in grade sheet-cum-certificate of performance of Class X,” the CBSE notified on Monday.

The CBSE has also decided to leave it to the schools the responsibility of issuing certificates to Class X students in co-scholastic areas from the academic session of 2016-17 itself.

“Co-scholastic grades will not be taken. However, school has to upload numerical grade point scored by students in all the co-scholastic areas taken together,” said K K Choudhury, CBSE’s examination controller. The revised provisions will remain applicable to both types of candidates – those taking the school-based board examinations as well as those taking the external board examinations – an official told DH. Under the CCE system, Class IX and X students have to take four summative assessments (SA) - written tests with questions from the syllabus - and eight formative assessments (FA) designed to evaluate competency in co-scholastic areas.

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