CBSE Passed all students from Class 1st Standard to 8th Standard (All CBSE ZONE – Ajmer, Allahabad, Dehradun, Chennai, Bhubaneswar, Delhi, Patna ) | CORONAVIRUS CBSE 2020 Result Announced | cbse.nic.in COVID-19 Official Notification
New Delhi: Central Board of Secondary Education on 1st April 2020 released a notice regarding the upcoming schedule for Class 10th, 12th Board. In the press release, CBSE also states that all schools affiliated to CBSE class 1st to 8th Will be promoting all students without providing Percentage/ Marks for the overall result.
The Grading System will be used by the School. Below are the official notification:-
CBSE CLASS 1 to 8 (Passed) – Promoted to Next Class
For classes 1 to 8: All students studying in classes 1 to 8 may be promoted to the next class/grade. This advisory is being issued in consultation with NCERT.
As a precautionary measure and in compliance with the instructions received from Secretary, Department of Higher Education/ School Education and Literacy, Government of India, dated 18th March 2020, CBSE had postponed all the board examinations that were to be held between 19.03.2020 to 31.03.2020. It was informed in the Board’s press release dated 18.3.20 that “date sheets for the rescheduled board examinations shall be communicated by the board through its website and press release after re-assessment of the situation.”
CBSE CLASS 9 to 11 Promoted to Next Class (Online Test)
For classes 9 and 11: It has come to our notice that though several schools affiliated to CBSE have completed their examination, evaluation and promotion process for students who were studying in grades 9 and 11 in the 2019-20 academic session, there are several schools that have not been able to do so. This includes among others, Kendriaya Vidyalayas, Navodaya Vidyalayas, State/UT government schools, private schools, schools located in India and abroad, etc. All such schools are advised to promote students of grades 9 and 11 to the next grades on the basis of all the school-based assessments including project work, periodic tests, term exams, etc. conducted so far. For any child who is unable to clear this internal process, (in any number of subjects), the school may utilise this period for providing remedial interventions, and school may give the opportunity of appearing in school-based test/s, online or offline. The promotion of such children may be decided on the basis of such tests.
The Board is committed to the academic welfare of its students; therefore, the Board is constantly assessing the situation and is keen to mitigate the anxiety of the students, parents, and schools. In view of the prevailing extraordinary circumstances of the worldwide spread of COVID-19 and the countrywide lockdown, and in view of the queries raised by our stakeholders regarding the academic future of students, the Board advises/informs all schools affiliated to the Board as follows as a one-time measure:
|1.||Ajmer||Rajasthan, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Dadra and Nagar Haveli|
|2.||Allahabad||Mathura, Bareilly, Shahjahanpur, Kasganj/Kashi Ram Nagar, Etah, Hathras/Mahamaya Nagar, Aligarh, Pilibhit, Agra|
|3.||Bhubaneswar||West Bengal, Orissa, Chhattisgarh|
|4.||Chennai||Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Goa, Puducherry, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Daman and Diu|
|5.||Dehradun||Uttrakhand and Western Uttar Pradesh i.e. Badaun, Baghpat, Bijnour, Bulandshahr, Gautam Budh Nagar(Noida), Ghaziabad, Hapur, J.P.Nagar/Amroha, Meerut, Moradabad, Muzaffarnagar, Rampur, Saharanpur, Sambhal and Shamli|
|6.||Delhi||NCT of Delhi, Foreign Schools|
|7.||Guwahati||Assam, Nagaland, Manipur, Meghalaya, Tripura, Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram|
|8.||Panchkula||Haryana, U.T.of Chandigarh, Punjab, J&K, Himachal Pradesh|
|10.||Thiruvananthapuram||Kerala & Lakshadweep|
Foreign CBSE School
Same rules are applicable to all Foreign CBSE School
CBSE 1st to 8 Class: Shall be promoted to the next class.
CBSE 9th and 11th Class: Based on the Internal and exam. The failed students also get another chance to clear exam. Online Test.
There are several CBSE schools located in 25 countries. Each of these countries are also under lockdown and/or have decided to close down the schools for various and differential lengths of time. Under such circumstances, it is felt that the Board will not be in a position to hold a differential set of exams for each of these countries.
Also, in the present situation, it will be difficult to bring the answer books to India for evaluation purposes. Therefore, the Board has decided to not hold any more exams for the students of class 10 and 12 schools located outside India. The system of marking/assessment for the purpose of declaring results will be worked out by the Board shortly and informed to these schools.