|CBSE Results 2014|
Central Board Secondary Education, New Delhi Very Shortly Announced 10th Class/12th Class Annual Examination Results 2014 at http://cbseresults.nic.in. CBSE 10th Class Exams from March 1st to 19th, 2014 Scheme-II, Scheme -I March 10th to 31st, 2014. Class 12th Exams from March 1st to 17th, 2014. Total 13,28,970 Students are attend this exams throughout the Country. Total 10,29,874 Students are attend for Class 12th Annual Exams.
CBSE there are just over 40 schools in and around Nagpur and under 10,000 students will be appearing for the exam. For Std X, the Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) scheme is the format for marking students and continues to offer an option to students to appear for a school-based final exam. This choice however is not preferred by Maharashtra students as they cannot shift to state board in Std XI.
Over 22,000 students in the city of Chennai will appear for the CBSE class X and XII board examinations which will begin with the Tamil and English papers respectively. As many as 10,775 students will be taking up the class XII examination in Tamil Nadu. In class X, 23,488 out of 28,561 students will write the Board-based examination. This constitutes almost 82 per cent.
CBSE gives students the option of choosing between Board-based and school-based examinations in class X, the difference being the paper correction is carried out by the Board in the case of the former. In Chennai, 11,293 students, or close to 75.6 per cent of the 14,921 students, are taking up the Board-based examination in class X. A total of 7,366 students will appear for the class XII examinations in the city.
CBSE gives students the option of choosing between Board-based and school-based examinations in class X, the difference being the paper correction is carried out by the Board in the case of the former. The introduction of grading and Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation system has reduced the burden on students considerably adding they opted for the Board-based examination only for the exposure. The Summative Assessment-II paper which the students are writing will carry 30 per cent weightage in the overall marking scheme for class X.