After the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) had decided not to challenge HC order on moderation policy few days back, the board has something rejoicing for its students.
Yes! From now on the CBSE board will not mention grace marks on the marksheets and is scrapping the moderation policy.
"We have decided not to mention the grace marks on the marksheets as resolved earlier", a senior CBSE official was quotes while talking to the reporters.
Though a few states had at the time of decision expressed apprehension over marksheets reflecting grace marks, saying it could perceived as a stigma, others argued thatit would be unfair for those who passed without the extra marks.
The Board had announced its class 12th results on Sunday which registered a dip of over one per cent in the pass percentage.
About Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE):
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) was established on Nov. 3, 1962. The headquarter is situated in Preet Vihar, New Delhi. The academic body is responsible to regulates and supervises the development of education in the country. It conducts academic programmes and organises examinations, especially for Class 10 and Class 12 students.