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CBSE extends deadline for submission of Class 12 marks by schools

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has decided to extended the deadline for submission of final marks by schools for tabulation of CBSE Board Class 12 results 2021.

Earlier, the deadline for submission was July 22. but now the schools are now allowed to complete the tabulation process and upload finalised marks on the online portal till 25th July.

CBSE has mentioned that the decision for extending the deadline is made due to the unfavorable situations around COVID-19 pandemic. This extension is a last minute effort to release the results as per schedule.

The supreme court of India has already ordered that Class 12 results must be declared on or before 31st July. To meet the demands of this strict guidelines, CBSE forced to speed up the tabulation process.

However, it has came into observation that many teachers at schools have been making mistakes and calculation errors during the process of tabulation and are not following the evaluation criteria appropriately.

This is mostly seen due to the stress and anxiety of chasing such a short deadline with high demands. Thus, CBSE has granted a relaxation to the deadline with few more days for the teachers to complete the work.

However despite the relaxations, the Board has requested all schools to continue the work constantly towards compilation of results and complete it as soon as possible in order to avoid any last minute hassle.

The Board has also said that in case any school is unable to complete the tabulation work till the mentioned deadline, the results for such schools will be declared later separately.

CBSE has further notified that it has released a detailed list of FAQs to address the queries of parents, students and other stakeholders received via Email, SMS, WhatsApp and other social media handles.

The FAQs list has been already provided to the schools on July 21. Schools can use this list to help the students and their parents in case of any issue raised and can take appropriate action towards solving them.

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Adarsh Bhawsar

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