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Education system in India:
The education system in India has been subdivided into four levels- Lower primary (for ages 6-10 years), Upper primary (Students aged 11& 12 years), Secondary (13-15 years) and higher secondary (17-18 years) of age. There are a total of 12 classes divided among the four levels. Board exams are conducted when a student gives the final exams for class 10 as well as 12. These exams help students take admission in their desired colleges letting their marks decide what they deserve. They appear for common entrance exams on the basis of the stream they choose. Though the prime minister, Narendra Modi ji has promised to bring the New Education Policy (NEP) proposed on 29th of July 2020. The NEP would change the whole system of exams and evaluation of students and help the students to practice what they will and they aren’t forced to mug up the things instead they understand it in order to increase their knowledge. The common entrance exams in India are tougher to crack and grants a limited number of seats.
Covid-19 effects on the education and entrance exams:
The dreadful covid-19 has affected a lot many things around the globe. Shifting everything to digital mode to ensure safety of the people, the education system too has been shifted to online mode for the safety of the students. Due to this the board exams for class 10 and 12 have been cancelled on 14th of April and 1st of July respectively. The education of students, being in online mode, is not proved to be that efficient as they are not clear with the concepts. The common entrance exams like the JEE MAINS, NEET UG and PG are also not certain whether they would happen on the proposed dates of occurrence. The JEE mains 3rd session was scheduled on 20, 22, 25 and 27th of July 2021, and the registration of which were open from July 6- July 8. The admit cards were available on the official website, jeemain.nta.nic.in. NEET UG and PG are scheduled on 12th and 11th of September 2021, and the registration would be closed by 6th of august.
JEE MAINS results and updates-
JEE MAINS result for session 3 will be updated on jeemain.nta.nic.in in the first week of august, 2021. There would be a scorecard for the result consisting of the percentile score of the candidate in Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics and the average of the three subjects.
HOW TO CHECK JEE MAINS RESULT 2021-
- i) Visit the website jeemain.nta.nic.in on the date of release of the results.
- ii) Click on the tab “View JEE main 2021 scorecard/Result.
iii) Enter the required credentials, Application number, password, date of birth and security pin.
- iv) The result will be displayed on the screen after clicking “SUBMIT”.
- v) You can download this result and keep numerous copies for future purpose.
- vi) This scorecard will also be necessary for the admission process.
Results of boards 2021:
The results of class 10th and 12th boards of certain states have been declared but the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has still not released the final dates of the results. The result of class 10 was to be released on 20th of July but there was no update of the website, cbse.nic.in and hereby the students are awaiting the results. This year the students of class 10 will be evaluated from the previous exams they appeared for in the academic session of class 10 and class 12 will be evaluated by 40:30:30 formula, as said by supreme court. According to this, 40% of marks will be taken from the marks scored in the respective pre-boards, 30% from the class XI final examination and 30% from their class X board result along with the marks scored in internals.
New CBSE Revised Syllabus:
The CBSE released the revised syllabus of classes IX, X, XI and XII on 25th of July 2021. This had the examination pattern, revised syllabus for all the stated classes. The exam for these classes will be held in two parts with 50% syllabus for each half. One will be taken in the month of November- December and will be an MCQ based paper on an OMR sheet and the other half will be subjective type with another 50% syllabus in the month of February- march. The syllabus for all the classes is made available on the official website of CBSE, cbse.nic.in in the syllabus section.
ICSE result updates:
The Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) and the Indian School Certificate (ISC) results 2021 were declared on 24 July 2021 and had a total pass percentage of 99.98% in class 10 and 99.76% in class 12.
Steps to check your result online:
- i) Visit the websites, cisce.org/ results.cisce.org
- ii) Click on the ‘Result 2021’ link available on the page.
iii) Enter your Unique ID, Index number and security pin/key.
- iv) Download your scorecard after clicking SUBMIT and take a printout for the future.