The authorities of Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE, New Delhi) had posted the 12 class results today on 28/05.2017. This was the results awaited by the senior secondary students that went to court rooms for results moderation. The CBSE board announced results comprises grades, pass or fail status and the merit information. So here you can find rules and guidance on grading, pass factors and merit lists of class 12 exams.
Passing Procedure for CBSE Class 12 Results
As per CBSE terms, a student will be entitled to obtain the board’s Pass Certificate only when he/she scores a grade higher than E across all papers of internal assessment unless there is an exemption. Thus to fits as having passed the class 12 exam, a candidate must get a grade higher than E (i.e. at least 33% marks) in entire 5 papers of external examination in the main or at the compartmental examinations. Therefore the pass marks in every subject of external examination shall be 33 percentage. But in case of a subject that includes practical work a student should secure 33% marks in theory and 33% marks in practical individually plus 33% marks in aggregate so as to pass in that subject.
CBSE Class 12 Results Grading
In extra to numerical marks, the Board shall mention grades in the marks sheets given to the pupils in case of subjects of external exams. While In case of internal assessment papers, only grades shall be reflected. Letter symbolizing grades on a 9-point scale shall be utilized for external examinations subjects. The grades shall be extracted from scores in case of papers of external examination whereas In case of subjects of internal assessment, it shall be awarded by the respective schools.
Merit Certificates of CBSE Class XII Results
The Board will present award Merit Certificates in all subject to the highest 0.1% of candidates qualifying that subject, given that they have cleared the examination according to the the pass criteria of the Board. The number of Merit Certificates in a subject, will be fixed by ceiling of the number of candidates cracking the subject to the closest multiple of thousand. In case the number of candidates securing a subject is below 500, no merit certificate will be given. Therefore if at least student obtains a Merit Certificate, all candidates owing that score will find the Merit Certificate