New Delhi: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will conduct the offline examinations for Class 12 only for 19 major subjects. Students who are not satisfied with the results earlier announced by the board and private and compartmental candidates can write offline papers.
According to CBSE, marks obtained in offline examinations would be utilized to decide the scores in subjects for which no tests could be conducted. This process will be based on the guidelines issued by the Supreme Court in 2020, the Board informed.
The timetable for the exam, proposed to be held between August 16 and September 15, will be published soon. A registration portal also would be ready, said CBSE.
The major subjects include Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology, History, Political Science, Business Studies, Accountancy, Geography, Economics, and English.
The central government had cancelled the CBSE class 12 final examinations a couple of months ago owing to COVID-19 situation. Subsequently, the CBSE had come with an assessment for class 12 by giving weightage to students' performance in class 10 and 11. Accordingly, the results were published last week.