After days of protests by a number of unsuccessful college students, the West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education (WBCHSE) Monday introduced that each one the unsuccessful candidates of the Class 12 board examination have been declared as handed.
Estimating the determine of unsuccessful candidates to be round 18,000, the WBCHSE instructed reporters that the council sympathetically revised the analysis given the difficulties confronted by the scholars within the COVID-19 state of affairs and declared all of them handed.
To a query, if all of the 18,000 candidates who had failed within the exams have been declared as having handed, council president Mahua Das instructed PTI, “Yes, excepting those who had not enrolled themselves for class 12. Unfortunately, some of the students who had not enrolled themselves for class 12 had also participated in the agitation.”
However, Ms Das didn’t specify the variety of such college students.
The candidates have been demanding that they be declared as handed as no examinations have been held this 12 months as a result of pandemic.
Of the 8,19, 202 increased secondary candidates, 97.69 per cent of them have been declared to have handed the examination, outcomes of which have been declared on July 22.
An analysis methodology was labored out this 12 months primarily based on marks obtained by an examinee within the Madhyamik (Class 10 examination) and the perfect of 4 topic scores at school 11 annual examination.
The evaluation marks at school 12 practicals within the case of science topics and tasks by college students of humanities have been added to the analysis standards.
The Council president instructed reporters that each one the unsuccessful candidates have been declared handed after evaluation of their 2020 Class 11 annual leads to their respective colleges and evaluation marks for practicals/tasks in Class 12.
The outcomes have been declared on July 22 and since then the scholars, who had failed, staged demonstrations throughout the state prompting the state authorities to ask the Council president for reviewing the outcomes.
“All these students, having got revised mark sheets, had either fared very poorly in their Class 11 annual exams or failed in the practicals or projects in Class 12 and hence were declared unsuccessful in the evaluation criteria. Some were even found to have appeared for some subjects in the annual examination and not for all the papers. They were included among those who had failed,” Ms Das mentioned.
Referring to the agitation by unsuccessful HS candidates because the publication of outcomes, the Council president mentioned “after talks with the government, we have sympathetically considered the hardships faced by those who had not passed the exams and evaluated their results.”
Ms Das mentioned those that have been dissatisfied with the poor grades awarded to them will have the ability to sit for exams as soon as the state of affairs improves, supplied they formally apply for a similar.
Students had blocked roads, broken furnishings in colleges, gheraoed academics for a number of days demanding they be declared handed after the publication of HS outcomes.
The move share of sophistication 10 Bengal board examination this 12 months, the place about 10 lakh college students had appeared, was 100 per cent.
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