The CICSE Board has asked its affiliated schools to submit data including the average of marks obtained by the students of class 12 in class 11 and during this session.
New Delhi: According to an official letter, the CICSE Board has asked its affiliated schools to submit data including the average of marks obtained by the students of class 12 in class 11 and during this session.
The board has deferred the Class 12 examination which was scheduled from May 4 in the view of the rapidly growing of second wave of COVID-19 pandemic. Several students and parents are demanding cancellation of the examination but the board has not yet announced any decision.
"While majority states have favoured the option proposed by the CBSE about shorter duration exams for major subjects in August, the Covid-19 situation is still being reviewed and cancellation of exams and marking students on basis of previous exams is still an option," the news agency quoted a source as saying.
"The CISCE is in the process of collating and collecting data from all our schools presenting candidates for class 12 examination. You are, therefore, requested to provide the requested information for class 12 candidates," CISCE Secretary Gerry Arathoon said in a letter to school principals marked as "strictly confidential".
"The papers and subjects must be the same for which the candidates have been registered and confirmed for class 12 examination. The submission of the average marks of papers should be done online, through the internal assessment module on the CAREERS Portal," the letter added.