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Thursday, June 17, 2021

Gujarat Board's standard 12 result formula will be decided, 50 marks of standard 10 will be counted, result will come in the second week of July

Gujarat Board's standard 12 result formula will be decided, 50 marks of standard 10 will be counted, result will come in the second week of July



25 marks of Std. 11 result as well as 25 marks of Std. 12 periodical and unit test will be taken into consideration.

Gujarat Education Board has announced the structure of Std. 12 result marksheet. Std. 50 marks of result of 10, 25 marks of result of Std. 11 as well as 25 marks of periodical and unit test of Std. 12 will be considered. The marksheet will be available in the second week of July.



It is to be mentioned that the state government has given Std. It was decided to cancel the examinations of a total of 6.83 lakh students of 1.40 lakh and 5.43 lakh general streams of 12 sciences and give mass promotion.

NIT-JEE will be taken ...

Although mass promotion has been given in Std. 12, but for the student of Std. 12 Science, the net of medical admission, JEE for engineering admission will be taken.



CBSE announced the formula in the afternoon

A 13-member committee of the CBSE board to prepare the 12th standard result submitted its report to the Supreme Court on Thursday. In it, the board has stated its formula for declaring the result. According to the board, the final result of 10th, 11th and the result of pre-board of Std. 12 will be made the basis of the final result. Separate arrangements will be made for students who wish to appear for the examination. If all goes well, the result will be given by July 31.



What is the formula of CBSE

Giving details of preparation of 12th result, CBSE said that the best marks in 3 out of 5 subjects of 10th standard will be calculated. Similarly, the average of five subjects of 11th standard will be calculated and the number of pre-board exam or practical exam of 12th standard will be calculated. The result will be decided on the basis of 30% marks in 10th and 11th standard and 40% marks in 12th standard.

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