As CBSE released the Term I results of the Class XII board exams late on Saturday, most of the students were disappointed at the low marks awarded.
"Only the scores in theory have been communicated as internal assessment or practical scores are already available with the schools," the official said.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Wednesday announced that it will conduct the term-2 board examinations for classes X and XII offline from April 26.
The board after discussion with various stakeholders and taking into consideration the COVID-19 situation in the country has decided to conduct second-term board exams in offline mode only.
'As a result, we have no hesitation in striking down the condition specified in clause 28 that as per the policy, marks scored in later examination will be considered final,' the bench said.
CBSE Class 12 commerce students appearing for their term-1 examinations got a rude shock on Monday when they received the question paper for the accountancy subject.
While a section of students and teachers found the passage highly inappropriate for Class X students, another section found the questions accompanying them tough and confusing.
Conducting offline exams under these conditions can invite medical catastrophe, the joint letter said, adding that it is going to be risky to call lakhs of students for giving offline exams.
Semester one of the board examination of the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations would commence from November 22.
A pilot analysis has been done on January 2021 CTET examination data in collaboration with the Central Square Foundation and Playpower Labs to develop algorithms.