CBSE Class 12th Term 1 results were declared today and CBSE issued a circular with more details on the same.
CBSE 12th Exam Results 2022: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has declared the Class 12 Term-1 board exam results. The exam conducting body has now informed the CBSE Class 12 results for Term-1 to the respective schools of the students. And a new circular has been issued regarding the same to update the students for more details related to the released results.
CBSE 12th Exam Results 2022: Result Criteria
The board has collectively communicated with the schools only about the theoretical performance of their class 12 students.
The display of individual results will not be made available on the official website.
The performance information of the students is based on the performance of the students uploaded by the schools.
The performance information is being communicated to the schools on the basis of scanning of OMR sheets in the subjects which were not assessed by the schools.
CBSE 12th Exam Results 2022: Students who missed the exam
No term 1 performance is being informed to the students in case of students who missed their Term 1 examination due to COVID-19 or due to their participation in National/ International Games/ Olympiad etc.
However, their performance will be informed on the basis of marks obtained in the Term-II examination.
CBSE Class 12 Term-1 Result: No Marks Sheet
Due to the result of term-1, now no mark sheet cum passing certificate is being issued.
The result of class XII will be declared only after Term-I examinations, in which candidates will be placed in the required repeat/compartment/pass category etc.
The examination centers will be allotted afresh in the Term-2 examination.
Compartment Exam Term-2 will be conducted on the basis of the syllabus of the exam.
CBSE Class 12 Term-1 Result: Private Student
In the case of correspondence school/private candidates, since the students will appear in the examination only, their marks in practical and theory will be given on a proportionate basis.
After the final result, action will be taken against unfair means, pending cases, etc., as per rules. Such candidates are currently allowed to appear in Examinations.