Amendments/ Addition in the Guidelines of CBSE

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It is essential that the conduct of examination does not appear to be fair
only but should enjoy the complete confidence and trust of the public at large.
This is an onerous task. It would demand whole hearted dedication of
functionaries at various levels involved in the examination. I hope, we will
discharge our responsibilities in a team spirit no matter wherever we happen to
be placed.
3. Linked with the conduct of examinations are the perceptions & reactions about
the question papers administered in different subjects. These reactions are
received from the diversified groups spread all over the country and also from
abroad . Interest groups, more so the schools and the students have every right
to air their views on the quality of question papers administered. But this right
puts an added responsibility on them to see that the observations and comment
are not made to gain cheap popularity. Rather these should be made to
strengthen the system. We should also keep in mind that during examinations,
examinees are unde:* heavy stress and anxiety and our adverse views on the
question papers through, different media, often upset them in their
preparations of futuire exa-.minations. It would, therefore, be advisable that
schools should send their reactions and perceptions direct to the Board instead
of expressing them to the media.

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4. To give a fair deal to the comments on the question papers and redress the
genuine grievances of students, CBSE has developed an Observation
Schedule, a copy of which is enclosed in case you have your observations
about a question paper, these may please be recorded and forwarded as
per directions contained therein within twenty four hours of the conduct of
examination of the subject concerned so that these observations could be
considered by the expert group while preparing the marking scheme, you
are aware that with the introduction of Continous and Comprehensive
Evaluation w.e.f. 2009-2011 session, the first batch of class X student will be
appearing for the 2011 examination. The Board will be having two sets of
students apearing for the Summative Assessment II- one set appearing for
Board conducted and the second set appearing for school conducted
Summative Assessment II. The observations on the question papers
administered for Board conducted Summative Assessment II should only be
sent to the board within twenty four hours of the conduct of the examination
of the subject concerned.
5. Careful marking of script and timely declaration of results in our paramount
concern. To ensure this we need quality examiners in adequates numbers. It has
been observed in the past that some Schools under one pretext or the other do
not relieve the teachers for evaluation work and the Board has to remind them in the
midst of the evaluation work. This is an undesirable practice. I would, therefore,
appeal to you to relieve your teachers for evaluation work instead of
complaining about the quality of marking subsequently. Teachers selected for
evaluation work must report on the appointed date and time. This is essential
because on the first day, Marking Schemes are studied, discussed and clarified to
the examiners. Non-release of teachers may compel the Board to delay the
declaration of result of the defaulting institutions and also initiate disaffiliation
proceedings.
6. I request you to participate willingly and not reluctantly. Rather advise your
teachers to be regular and very serious in marking as it amounts to
professional judgement on 10 to 12 years of hard work put in by the examinees.
If you happen to be the Head Examiner/Additional Head Examiner please ensure that
the sample checking of answer books of each evaluator is just not a routine. It
should conform, to . the Marking Scheme so that it provides academic guidance
to the evaluators for objective and uniform evaluation.
7. In order to preserve the sanctity of the system and avoid criticism, I request the
principals appointed as Chief Nodal Supervisors to provide logistic and administrative
support to the Head Examiners and also to ensure that the answer books are
evaluated as per the instructions/marking scheme(s) provided by the Board.
8. For 2011 examinations, some new instructions have been provided in the Guidelines
for the Center Suprintendents/Guidelines for Spot Evaluation. You are requested
to kindly read these instructions carefully, I am enclosing a compiled list of
these instructions as annexure ‘A’ for your ready reference.

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AMENDMENTS/ADDITION IN THE GUIDELINES FOR CENTRE SUPERINTENDENTS
AND ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENTS, 2011 (OUTSIDE DELHI REGIONS)

1.24 that separate question papers in Science and Mathematics of
Secondary (Class X) level will be provided for blind students. Separate
question papers in Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Maths of Senior level (Class
XII) will also be provided for blind students.
1.40 that the Board has decided not to conduct separate paper in Practical Skills
in the Science subject and also that the practical aspect in the subject of
Foundation of Information Technology w.e.f. 2011 Examination onwards.
These aspects will be assessed along with the theory paper in the externa!
examination in the concerned subject.
1.41 in case any page(s) of the Answer Book or supplementary Answer books
is/are found missing/torn at the Examination Centre or is/are reported so by the
candidate, the same be recorded on the answer book by the Asstt. Supdt. and
a written report to be given to this effect witn details along with the report of the
Asstt. Supdt. to the concerned Regional Office.
3.4 the main answer books (without Graph ) both for Classes XII & X will conntain
32 pages. Answer books (with Graph) both for Classes XII & X will contain 48
pages as per previous years.
4.12 in case any page(s) of the Answer Book or supplementary Answer Books is/are
found missing/torn at the Examination Centre or is/are reported so by the
candidate , the same be recorded on the answer book by the Asstt. Supdt. and
a written report be given to this effect with details along with the report of the
Asstt. Supdt. to the concerned Regional Office.
APPENDIX B SI. No. 27 that in case any page(s) of the answer book or
supplementary Answer Book is/are found missing/torn at the Examination
Centre or is/are reported so by the candidate the same may be recorded on the
answer book by the Asstt. Supdt. And a written report be given to this effect with
details to the Centre Supdts. For onward transmission to the concerned Regional
Office.
8. AMENDMENTS/ADDITION IN THE GUIDELINES FOR CENTRE SUPERINTENDENTS
AND ASSISTANT SUPERINTEENDENTS, 2011 (DELHI REGION)
1.24 that separate question papers in Science and Mathematics of Secondary (Class
X) level will be provided for blind students. Separate question papers in Physics,
Chemistry, Biology and Maths of Senior level (Class XII) will also be provided
for blind students.
1.41 that the Board has decided not to conduct separate paper in Practical Skills in
the Science subject and also that the practical aspect in the subject of
Foundation of Information Technology w.e.f. 2011 onwards. These aspect
will be assessed along with the theory paper in the external examination in
the concerned subject. 4
1.42 In case any page(s) of the Answers Book or supplementary Answer Books
is/are found missing/torn at the Examination Centre or is/are reported so by
the candidate, the same be recorded on the answer book by the Asstt.
Supdt. and a written report be given to this effect with details along with the
report of the Asstt. Supdt. to the concerned Regional Office.

1.43 From the examination-2011 the Answer Book in the subjec English Core Class
XII will be supplied in vertical type of A-4 size. It will contain 24 pages with
OMR title sheet. Thus, the candidates of Class XII are required to write the
answers against the question nos. printed in the Answer Book.
3.3 The Board will supply two types of main answer books- one without Graph for
all the subjects (except Mathematics) and the second with Graph (for
Mathematics) both for Classes X & XII. However, the Answer Book in the subject
English Core Class XII will be supplied in vertical type of A4 size. It will contain 24
pages with OMR titie sheet, thus the candidates of class-XII are required to write
the answers against the question nos. printed in the answer book.
3.4 The main answer books (without Graph) both for Classes XII & X will contain 32
pages. Answer books(with Graph) both for Classes XII & X will contain 48 pages
as per previous years.
4.12 In case any pages(s) of the Answer Book or supplementay Answer Books is/ are
found missing/torn at the Examination Centre or is/are reported so by the
candidate, the same be recorded on the answer book bytheAsstt. Supdt. and
a written report be given to this effect with details along with the report of the
Asstt. Supdt. to the concerned Regional Office.
APPENDIX A SI. No. 27 that in case any page(s) of the answer book or
Supplementary Answer Book is/are found missing/torn at the Examination
Centre or is/are reported so by the candidate the same may be recorded on the
answer book by the Asstt. Supdt. and a written report be given to this
effect with details to the Centre Supdts. for onward transmission to the
concerned Regional Office.
C. ADDITION IN THE GUIDELINES FOR SPOT EVALUATION, 2011
3.55 In case any page(s) of the Answer Book(s) or supplementary Answer Book is
found, missing /torn and is reported so by the Examiner, the same be
recorded on the answer book and a written report be given to this effect
with details by the H.E/Additional Head Examiner/ Examiner to the concerned
Regional Office.
4.16 In case any page(s) of the Answer book or supplementary Answer Book is
found missing/torn, the same be recorded on the answer book and brought
to the notice of the Head Examiner alongwith his/her report about it.
5.10.5 (Note 2) In case any page(s) of the Answer book or supplementary
Answer Book is found missing/torn, the same be recorded on the answer
book and brought to the notice of the Head Examiner /AHE alongwith his/her
report about it.

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Ask a Question:

  • do we get aditional sheet in english exam or not….???
    by mistake if we hav written wrong answer then how we will make it correct ….and where we will right that answer again…..?????????

    harshit on 25 Feb 2011
  • is the amendment 1.43 also applied in delhi region…..???????
    if yes then do we get extra answer booklet if we need that….???????

    harshit on 26 Feb 2011
  • Is it correct time to decide/modify the module of examination at this juncture? without preparing/creating the atmosphere to accept the change is not an approach to create confusion in the examination.

    Anjali Prasad on 27 Feb 2011
  • if our writing varies in size then what we'll do? do we get extra sheet for this? or if we write another ans. of another ques. in the given different ques. no.?

    alinamohini on 27 Feb 2011
  • do we get aditional sheet in english exam or not….???
    by mistake if we hav written wrong answer then how we will make it correct ….and where we will right that answer again…..?????????
    Is it correct time to decide/modify the module of examination at this juncture? without preparing/creating the atmosphere to accept the change is not an approach to create confusion in the examination.

    saloni on 04 Mar 2011
  • do we get aditional sheet in english exam or not….???
    by mistake if we hav written wrong answer then how we will make it correct ….and where we will right that answer again…..?????????

    raina on 04 Mar 2011
  • is the amendment 1.43 also applied in delhi region…..???????
    if yes then do we get extra answer booklet if we need that….???????

    raina on 04 Mar 2011
  • if a student in one or more exams in 12 board due to medical reasons then

    Prashant mishra on 15 Mar 2011
  • Has CBSE made any change in the syllabus of Class XII session 2011-2012? If yes when will the ncert books with changed syllabus will be available? Is there any change in the marking scheme too?

    RAHUL on 19 Mar 2011
  • Is there any change in course of cbse delhi for class 12 in session 2011-2012? Is this change mentioned in latest ncrt book?and what are the changes

    Gagan kulshrestha on 24 Mar 2011
  • i would like to know the following :
    i) The evaluation methodology to arrive at the grades for each subject under the Heading of FA & SA i.e is the grades mentioned in the markscard under FA is averaged for class IX & X or Class X alone?
    Same with with grades mentiond under the heading SA
    ALSO IS THE GRADES OF SAII ALONE MENTIONED IN THE MARKS CARD

    ii) Can we get the xerox/photocopy of my child.

    will appreciate if the reply is given at the earliest

    Sudhir on 03 Jun 2011
  • My friend tore remaining few papers she had from the answer booklet .. She did it by mistake. Wat all are its consequences ? How can v prevent the problem ?

    Sachin on 04 Mar 2012
  • can a centre superintendent of cbse board examination leave station of duty

    daljit singh on 11 Apr 2012
  • will i know my cbse marks if i have made a mistake in bubbling my roll number in the omr of the cbse canser paper?

    aditi acharya on 10 May 2012