The CBSE does not plan to “spike” (Indian Express) the Board results, therefore it wants DU to be reasonable to its candidates.
The Central Board of Secondary Education CBSE Chairman R K Chaturvedi has asked Delhi University Vice-Chancellor Yogesh Tyagi to award “appropriate weightage” to CBSE students for admission to undergraduate programs. CBSE Results most likely to be declared on 24th May.
CBSE, being a national board, intends to do away with moderation of marks in senior secondary examination from the current year examination. However, different state secondary boards may stick to moderation during the current year. Therefore the CBSE students feel at a disadvantage during admission process in the University of Delhi for the session 2017-18.
On the other hand, a few state boards have already discontinued moderation, due to which the result has dropped. Punjab School Education Board (PSEB) Class 12 results, declared on Saturday, saw a dip of 14 percent compared to last year. The Karnataka Board Class X results witnessed a drop of 7.24 percent in the pass percentage.
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