CBSE Results may dip down by 10%: Let’s See How DU Reacts

Central Board of Secondary Education’s (CBSE) decision to stop standardisation of marks, the average marks of the Class XII CBSE students is expected to go down by 6-10 percent this year, The Times of India reported.According toReport Central board decided to kick out the concept of standardisation and moderation and it also states that the results may dip down by heavy percentage as compared to previous results of the same.

CBSE, as well as the state boards, have been inflating marks in the past, CBSE gave as many as 16 extra marks in the Class XII Maths exam in 2016 in the all-India set of papers and 15 marks in the Delhi set during the process of ‘standardisation’. In nine subjects, marks were ‘standardised’ by more than 10%. As a result, a student with 77 marks in mathematics may have ended up getting 93 marks, as reported by The Times of India.

This year maybe the shaking game will be opposite, as every year Delhi university shakes everyone with cut off as last year in Ramjas college the cutoff went Up till 99.25% for B.COM(H).

The suspense part In this scenario is, will the tables be same or it will change, will Delhi University Cut off’s will also see a dip or they will Just be Same.