The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will conduct surprise visits at all its affiliated schools to check whether the schools are complying with the tabulation policy adopted by the board for preparing the results of the CBSE board exams of 2021.
The schools have been entrusted with preparing the results of Class X and XII board examinations using the tabulation policy adopted by the board.
The surprise inspections will be conducted by the officials of the regional offices of the board.
The board has asked the officials to carry out inspections without intimating the schools – both private and government-run — including the Kendriya Vidyalayas.
The CBSE regional offices received a letter on Tuesday which says that the surprise visits should start from this week itself.
In the letter the board told the regional offices that the inspection will be conducted to “verify the work done by the schools under their jurisdiction.”
Following the cancellation of the Class X and XII board exams the CBSE formulated the marks tabulation scheme for preparing the results. The schools have been asked to do the assessment work based on internal assessment, practical and project work.
The CBSE board exam results for 2020-21 are expected to be declared by the end of this month.
“In order to have actual information of the result work of the school, it may be ensured that while visiting schools, no proper intimation be given to the schools, and only sudden inspection is carried out (sic). For completing this responsibility, it is necessary that all the officials involved in this get fully accustomed to the tabulation policy of the board,” CBSE said in the circular to its regional offices.
The officials visiting the schools will also have to sign on documents they have inspected, especially the score rationalization documents. A complete report along with the soft copy of the documents will have to be sent to the CBSE controller of examinations by July 12.National, News