Uttarakhand board to mark students from containment zones who missed exams on average marks basis

Uttarakhand board to mark students from containment zones who missed exams on average marks basis

Uttarakhand authorities on Wednesday knowledgeable that the scholars who couldn’t seem in board examinations within the state as a consequence of being caught in containment zones or dwelling quarantine, will now be marked based mostly on common marks.

College students will even have the choice of showing for an examination for the topic they missed, inside one month of the end result being declared.

An order was issued relating to the identical by R Meenakshi Sundaram, secretary for varsity schooling within the state on Wednesday.

The order talked about that college students who’ve appeared in 4 exams, they are going to be marked based mostly on three greatest performing topics. Equally, college students who’ve appeared for 3 exams shall be marked on better of two topics; those that have appeared shall be marked on one topic.

Neeta Tiwari, secretary for Uttarakhand Board of Secondary Training mentioned, “We shall be marking college students based mostly on common marks scored by them for the themes that they’ve missed. College students will even have the choice of showing for an examination for the topic that they missed if they don’t seem to be glad with the common marks.”

Nonetheless, she added that college students should seem for a re-exam inside one month of the end result being declared and “the marks that college students safe within the re-examination would be the last marks and no adjustments shall be allowed thereafter.”

Tiwari mentioned that college students showing for just one topic may be very uncommon and so they largely comprise of individuals registering for single topics to enhance their educational profile.

“These showing for just one topic are largely working professionals who need to enhance their educational profile. This is not going to have an effect on a lot of the college students who’ve their careers forward and a delay in outcomes can affect that, subsequently we shall be following the common based mostly marking system,” added Tiwari.

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