As the students are done with the CBSE 2018 Class 10 & Class 12 Board Exams, the eagerness to check the CBSE 2018 Class 10 & 12 Board Exam Result can be felt. But, as per the formulated reports, this year, the CBSE 2018 Class 10 & 12 Board Exam Result is tentative to get delayed. Generally, the CBSE Class 10 & 12 Board Exam Results which are out simultaneously by the second or third week of May is likely to experience a delay because of certain changes which are being brought by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) in the system.
Delay in CBSE 2018 Class 10 & 12 Board Exam Results?
According to the reports formulated by the experts, this year, all the students who are expecting their CBSE 2018 Class 10 & Class 12 Board Exam Results, might have to wait for a little longer because of the certain changes which have been introduced in the CBSE 2018 Class 10 & 12 Board Exam evaluation system. The procedure of evaluating the exams and thus preparing the CBSE 2018 Class 10 & 12 Board Exam Results might take a while.
In order to go for an error-free assessment of the answer sheets and further formulation of the CBSE 2018 Class 10 & 12 Board Exam Results, certain changes in the evaluation scheme have been implemented which are likely to cause a delay in the compilation of the result. The process of evaluating the CBSE 2018 Class 10 & 12 Board Exam Results will take time which is likely to be longer than expected and the students will have to wait to have a glance at their results.
This year, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) had faced a lot of issues firstly with the datesheet which initially received a lot of opposition and then with some subjects of CBSE 2018 Class 10 & 12 Board Exams which were leaked and subsequently rescheduled.
CBSE 2018 Class 10 & 12 Board Exam Evaluation Scheme
A conclusion can be sought that bringing about changes in the evaluation process is a good move which will increase the result quality but will take a bit of time. Two evaluators will now be evaluating a single answer sheet at one time and the granted marks after tallying shall be provided to the Assistant Head Examiner (AHE) for cross-checking who will submit the marks to the head examiner who will be uploading the marks on the CBSE portal. This is a great step to initiate an error-free assessment of marks for the students.