Central Board of Secondary Education has already started the evaluation process. The board is planning to publish the CBSE 10th and 12th Class Board Exam results on time this year. The board was ordered by the Delhi High Court last year to ensure that the result, including the revaluation process, is complete before admissions for Delhi University started. With that in mind, the CBSE board has already taken special measures to ensure timely evaluation and result. One of the measures, as per news, also includes asking schools not to start classes for 11th class before the announcement of CBSE 10th Result 2019.
Many publications have suggested that CBSE has sent information to affiliated schools, asking them not to start classes for the 11th class before the declaration of 10th Class Result 2019. The notification has been reportedly sent to ensure that teachers are available for the evaluation work for CBSE Board result. Evaluation work is presently going on.
While the news has not been confirmed yet by the CBSE board, sources report that the notice has already been sent out to the schools. Confirmation of the same is expected after 10 AM once the board offices open for public interaction. What is known, however, is that the CBSE board has taken extra measures this year to ensure timely evaluation and result announcement. Teachers and school officials have confirmed that the CBSE board has laid out strict guidelines for the evaluation work. All the teachers assigned for evaluation work are mandated to a minimum of 8 hours per day. The evaluation work is expected to continue for 20 days. Schools have been tasked to make sure that the teachers are given the requisite permission for evaluation. If the school fails to do so, a penalty charge of Rs 50000 has been set aside. Repeated failure may also lead the board to take a stricter action regarding the association of the school.
CBSE Board Examination 2019 began from February 15, 2019. The evaluation work has already begun across many centres in the country. The board has also devised a three-step counter checking mechanism. The papers would be evaluated twice and in parts by various teachers. In the seminar conducted by the CBSE Board officials before the start of the exam, the schools were informed that any mistake in the evaluation would be handled with severity. Teachers were last year suspended after grievous errors in calculation work were noticed during the revaluation.