SEBA & AHSEC Assam Board 2021 : Assam Board Class 10, 12 Results Soon, Details On Evaluation Criteria, Result Date
27 July, 2021, 4:54 pm
Assam Board 10th Result 2021
Assam Board 12th Result 2021
The two boards of Assam which conduct the Class10th, or Matric, and Class 12th, or HS, the Board of Secondary Education Assam (SEBA) and Assam Higher Secondary Education Council (AHSEC) respectively will announce the results by July 31. The two boards have already announced their evaluation criterion to declare the results of the canceled board exams. Students’ performances in past examinations and other teaching-learning activities conducted by students will be used to prepare the results this year.
The state government has also constituted a forum to deal with the disputes on Class 12th results. The forum, as per the government, seeks to provide a proper redressal of any grievance or dispute of the students after the declaration of Class 12 Higher Secondary, or HS, results. The board will also provide the students with an opportunity to appear for optional exams to improve their scores.
Assam Board Matric Class 10 Evaluation Criteria
SEBA said Class 10 results will be calculated on the basis of the 40:40:20 formula where 40 percent marks will be derived from Class 9 annual exam, 40 percent marks from Class 10 exams and the remaining 20 percent marks will be awarded to students by schools. Factors like attendance, internal assessment, etc will be taken into consideration for awarding the 20 percent marks.
Schools will have to keep in view their results of the past three years while awarding the 20 percent marks. The variation should, however, be within 10 percent.
Assam Board HS Class 12th Evaluation Criteria
To arrive at the Class 12 HS result, the Assam Higher Secondary Education Council (AHSEC) has devised two separate formulae, one for subjects with practical papers and the other without practicals.
For subjects with a practical component, 50 percent of the marks will be derived from average marks in the best three subjects of the HSLC, or Class 10, exam. While 30 percent marks will be taken from practicals, 10 percent marks will be awarded by schools for different activities held during Class 11 and Class 12 and the remaining 10 percent marks will be based on the 90 percent marks obtained through the above formula.
For subjects without a practical paper, 50 percent marks will be from the average of best of three subjects of HSLC and 40 percent will be from internal assessments and other activities during Class 11 and 12. The remaining 10 percent will be based on this 90 percent.
For Class 12 vocational subjects, the board will use a 50:40:10 formula, where the 40 percent marks will be from practicals and the other two components will be the same.