CBSE Class XI Admissions through CGPA 2012
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has finally declared its Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) system, the key policy governing allocation of streams in Class XI.A formal notification regarding the same will reach all schools by Monday.
The score card of all qualifying students will have a grade point for individual subject, a cumulative grade which will be equivalent to the aggregate percentage and an appropriate multiplier that will help schools to break the ‘tie’ situation and get the actual performance of every student.
“We had got a query from the DPI (S) of Chandigarh, who expressed his apprehension over the admission process to be followed with large number of students expected to get the same grade. We have informed him that we would be out with CGPA within next two days and it would be the governing rule for all admissions. It’s a pilot test and hope it works well,” Said, Rama, Public Relations Officer, CBSE.
Certain private schools have ironically filled almost 95 per cent of their sets on provisional basis using pre-boards marks as the key criteria. According to educationists most of the parents speculating confusion over admissions played it safe by admitting their children even before declaring of the board results.
The private schools when apprised of this system said that it was too late to adopt it as the board results are just a few days away, though the government institutions would go by the CBSE directives.
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