DNA Micro Edit: CBSE results would hurt students of other boards
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) had done away with its Marks moderation Policy this year, till Delhi High court intervened it, and asked them to retain it. In order to control the inflating percentages and to check high cut-offs in colleges, the Board wanted to scrap the policy. CBSE had scrapped the moderation policy, but other states boards had agreed to not allot grace marks.
This means that students from different states boards, whose results were announce before the CBSE results on Sunday, are at loss. Also, since states have agreed to Marks Moderation Policy there are chances that students may not cross the 90% mark bracket, and they may not get easy entry in to Delhi’s top colleges.
To make things uniform and simple, the CBSE next time should make it stands clear about the moderation policy so that the cut-off marks remain reasonable and at par with the state boards. CBSE now should also consider the application of the state students whose results were announced before CBSE announcing it. Also many states might have completed their evaluation and might on be the verge on announcing it. States should ask the Centre resolve this issue and secure the future …read more