As per the latest updates, students are demanding some relaxation for the current batch of CBSE 10th board exam students. One of their demand is, that the final result of CBSE should be based on the best performance of students in either term 1 or term 2 exams. They have stated that having two board exams amid the COVID-19 pandemic and online classes is not fair for the students.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) completed Class 10 Board Exam 2022 on 24th May 2022. It is expected that the board will announce the CBSE Class 10th term 2 results 2022 soon. This is the first time a subjective exam took place in the last two years of COVID. The current batch of board students was promoted without conducting any exams for Classes 9th and 11th.
After the conduction of the exam, a large number of students are demanding a different evaluation method for the preparation for the board exam. CBSE Class 10 students took to social media with the hashtag #BestofEitherTerms demanding the board to use their best scores in Term 1 and Term 2 exams to prepare the results. Earlier the students were apprehensive about appearing for exams and had demanded the online exams as well, but the plea was rejected by the Apex Court.
CBSE Class 10 Results 2022: Term 1 and 2 – Best Performance to be Considered
As per the demand of students, the best performance of either CBSE term 1 or 2 should be considered for calculating the final marks. As of now, CBSE final board result 2022 will be based on the marks secured in term 1, term 2, and internal assessment. However, the board has not yet announced anything about how much weightage will be given to these terms – 1 and 2. But it is expected that 50% weightage would be given to both.
Demand For Lower Weightage To Be Given to CBSE Term 1 Exam 2022
The demand for lowering weightage in exams started after cases of mass cheating were reported in term 1. The students appeared for term 1 exams in their schools and they were helped by the teachers during the exam. Now many parents and students said that giving more weightage to the term 1 exam will be unfair. With most of the classes held in online mode, many students are not comfortable with the subjective paper being the major component for CBSE result 2022 as many have lost writing practice while sitting at home.
CBSE Term 1 and Term 2 Exam Results 2022
This year the CBSE 10 exams were conducted in two terms. The term 1 exams were held in December 2021 and the term 2 exams were held in April-May 2022. The board has yet not announced how they will be preparing the final CBSE results and so, students are demanding #BestOfEitherTerms.