The subject wise maximum and minimum marks have been released for Class 10th and 12th theory and practical exam by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). Candidates appearing in CBSE 2020 board exam can check these marks released on the official website.
As per the guidelines published by CBSE, students need to obtain 33% marks in theory exam, 335 marks in practical exams, project or internal assessment and 33% marks in aggregate in each subject in order to pass the CBSE 2020 examination.
The practical exam, project and the internal assessment will be held and conducted by the school with the help of an external examiner. The external examiner will be appointed by the CBSE board.
The official website of CBSE to get more details about the 2020 board exam is http://cbse.nic.in/ .
The practical exam will be conducted by the external examiner for NCC exam appointed by the Directorate of NCC whereas in case of class 10th it will be internal assessment so; no external examiner will be appointed for the exam.
Once the practical exam is over, the external examiner has been given the responsibility to upload the marks along with the photograph of the exam being held. The uploading of the document needs to be done on the same day as that of the exam.
Students must keep tracking the official website for further updates and more timely information.