The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has made some changes in the assessment marks for 10 Class and 12 Class. According to the latest CBSE notification, there will be two or three assessment models for every exam and students would need to score 33 per cent marks in each of them to pass the examination.
The revised list of assessment for class 10 and class 12 examination has been released by CBSE. The student would need to pass in each section of the exam as per the new list. There will be two or three parts of exam for each subject. The three parts would be Theory and Practice or project or internal assessment.
It is mandatory for the student to obtain 33 percent marks in each of the components separately for both class 10 and class 12. The important point to be noted is that most of the subjects, the assessment will be divided into two parts which are theory and practical. The theory examination will be for 80 marks and 20 marks has been allocated to the practical part of the subject.
Students and teachers can find more related details on the official website of CBSE, http://cbse.nic.in/newsite/index.html .
Therefore, the candidates would need to score minimum six marks in internal assessment and 26 marks in theory to pass the examination which is as per the 33 percent rule. The same rule applies to the project work as well and would need minimum six marks to pass the project.
According to the class 10 result, students have scored 4.40 percent higher marks in year 2019 as compared to 2018 examination. Among the toppers of 13 students scored 499 out of 500, 57,256 students have scored more than 95 percent and above. Also, there are 2,25,143 candidates have scored more than 90 percent. The overall percentage for class 12 examination is 83.4 percent of the passing candidates.
You can also read, CBSE Class 10th and 12th Exam Date Sheet 2020.