New Delhi: Central Board of Secondary Education, The evaluation work is presently going on in various examination centres across the country. CBSE Results for the 2019 board examinations are expected to be released in the month of May. The board had revealed its intent of releasing the CBSE Board Results earlier than their usual last week of May this year. To check the possibility of the same we reached out to the various evaluation centres in Delhi NCR. The primary status report suggests that the checking for CBSE Class 12 Board results is almost complete.
Speaking to Source report, examiners shared that the evaluation work for CBSE Class 12 Economics examination as well as Physical Education paper has been completed. These were among the last bundles sent out for evaluation. As for Class 10, examiners confirmed that the evaluation work for Class 10 English has been completed. Evaluation for Class 10 Social Studies is expected to be wrapped up by end of this week. Shared a source who wished to remain anonymous “CBSE has been extra strict and vigil this year. The number of evaluation centres was increased, mandatory attendance of teachers was implemented and better monitoring has helped,”. While many schools have raised concerns over the teachers going missing due to extended evaluation hours, they have agreed that the board did not take no for an answer this year. A head examiner shared that the school was sent constant reminders from the board.
“At the onset the board had sent out notices to the schools, asking them to ensure that the teachers be recused for evaluation work. Schools were reluctant at first as sending out teachers for evaluation creates a gaping hole in the classes for senior classes. However, the board sent out prompt notices and levied hefty fines on schools which did not comply. This has been one of the biggest reasons why we have been able to complete the evaluation work in about 10 days for one subject.”
Here it is to be noted that till last year, evaluation centres used to take anywhere between 15 to 20 days to complete the set sent for checking. Lack of teachers, small turnout was the biggest deterrent. Schools did not excuse teachers and the evaluation work started late in the afternoon. This year, however, CBSE mandated teachers to devote 8 hours to evaluation work, increased the number of centres and the result is evident. Though the examiner could not confirm, she did share that the evaluation work is either already complete or would be done by April 20 or so. “With this speed, I would not be too surprised if CBSE releases Class 12 result by May 15,” said the examiner.