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HSLC & HS Exam Results 2021 to be Declared by July 31

Education Minister Pegu said the state education department has been preparing the results to be declared by July 31.

HSLC & HS Exam Results 2021 to be Declared by July 31

Sentinel Digital Desk

GUWAHATI: The results of Higher Secondary (HS) final year and High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) examinations will be declared by July 31, said Assam education minister Dr. Ranoj Pegu on July 13.

Talking to media persons, Pegu said the state education department has been preparing the results to be declared by July 31.

The results will be declared following the alternative evaluation schemes notified by the state government. The HS and HSLC exams under the state boards were canceled due to the COVID-19 situation in the state.

Earlier, faced with widespread opposition and resentment among students and their parents the Assam Government has withdrawn clause 5 in the evaluation formula for the High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) and Higher Secondary (HS) examination process.

Clause 5 says that for students willing to become teachers by appearing in the Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) and other government jobs where marks of HSLC and HS exams are counted to assess their merits in the future the mark sheets and certificates given as per the evaluation formulae will not be accepted. These students will have to appear in a special examination in September 2021 to get mark sheets to be recognized in TET and other exams in future. In case the special examination cannot be held in September this year due to the Covid-19 pandemic it will be conducted on some dates in 2022.

The decision to withdraw clause 5 was taken during a high-level meeting between Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma and representatives of leading students' organizations namely the All Assam Students' Union (AASU), All Bodo Students' Union (ABSU) and the Asom Jatiyatabadi Yuba-Chatra Parishad (AJYCP). The meeting was held at Janata Bhawan on Thursday. Education Minister Dr Ranuj Pegu, Finance Minister Ajanta Neog and Welfare of Backward Classes and Plain Tribes, Handloom and Textiles Minister UG Brahma were also present in the meeting.

This year, as per the evaluation formula, assessment of examinees of HSLC and AHM examinations 2021 will be done from 40% weightage on marks secured by the student in the theory portion of each subject in the Annual Examination of class IX, of the year in which he/she has appeared and promoted to class X. 40% weightage of marks secured by the student in the theory portion of each subject in the Pre-Board/ Revisionary Test held in class X (current year). 20% weightage of marks secured by the student in the theory portion of each subject in the Unit Test/any other examinations held in the current year/marks obtained in online examinations held if any /attendance in the online/regular classes / extra-curricular activities, etc.

For the CWSN (Child with Special Needs) students, who have not been able to attend any of the examinations conducted by schools, as mentioned above, a flexible approach will be made and their marks will be evaluated by the School Evaluation Committee, based on their last performance, home assignments or any other suitable activities. In the evaluation process, there should be consistency vis-a-vis the category wise (Distinction, Star, First Division, Second Division) results of the previous three years performance of the school with a variation maximum up to 10% in comparison to the highest pass percentage secured by the students in the school in any one of the previous three years.

For the students, whose marks of the annual examination of class IX are not available in the school, where he/she is presently studying in class X, on transfer from another school, the present school has to obtain marks of Annual Examination of Class IX, from the old school. On failure to do so as mentioned above or in case of non-availability of record of Annual Examination of class IX, the results of such particular student will not be declared and he/she has to appear in the immediate next HSLC/AHM examination to be conducted by SEBA with the same Roll Number, on receipt of their request. During the result preparation list of distinction, star, and merit list of the first 10 positions will not be done. For entering the marks considering the above criterion, SEBA will provide an online portal. The link for the portal will be available on SEBA official website from July 4 2021.

On the other hand, the assessment for various streams in HS examinations 2021 will be categorized as a student having a practical subject (Science / Arts) and with no practical subject (Arts / Commerce). For assessment of students of Science and Arts Streams with practical subject be assessed with – *50 marks calculated from 50 % marks secured by the student in the best three of the subjects in the HSLC or equivalent examination.

*30 marks will be calculated from the marks obtained by the students based on the practical examination conducted by the institutions.

*10 marks will be calculated based on marks obtained by the students in the Class Test / Unit Test / Annual Examination / Pre-Test / Assignment / Project Works etc and also attendance during the Academic Session 2019-2021.

*10 marks will be allotted based on consideration of the marks obtained by the students out of 90 in the earlier 3 components and 10% of marks secured out of 90 will be allotted accordingly. For assessment of students with non-practical subjects (Arts / Commerce)

*50 marks calculated from 50 % of marks secured by the students in the best three of the subjects in the HSLC or equivalent examination.

*40 marks will be calculated based on marks obtained by the students in the Class Test / Unit Test / Annual Examination / Pre-Test / Assignment / Project Works etc and also attendance during the Academic Session 2019-2021.

*10 marks will be allotted based on consideration of the marks obtained by the students out of 90 in the earlier 3 components and 10% of marks secured out of 90 be allotted accordingly. For Vocational Stream

*50 marks will be calculated from 50 % of marks secured by the students in the best three of the subjects in the HSLC or equivalent examination.

*40% marks (maximum) will be calculated from the practical examination conducted by the institutions.

*10 marks will be allotted based on consideration of the marks obtained by the students out of 90 in the earlier 2 components and 10% of marks secured out of 90 be allotted accordingly.

The HS results will be declared maintaining the division obtained by the candidates as per usual norms. However, there will not be any provision of declaring of star holder/ letter marks indication in the merit records. There will be no declaration of merit rank for this year. There will be no declaration of securing the highest mark in any subject.


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