CBSE to UGC: Direct universities to await our outcomes for admissions
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has approached the upper training regulator over universities beginning admissions to undergraduate programmes with out ready for the announcement of its Class 12 outcomes.
The Board has requested the University Grants Commission (UGC) to direct all increased training establishments to plan their admission calendar retaining the date of CBSE’s outcome declaration in thoughts. According to sources within the UGC, the regulator will challenge an advisory to all universities subsequent week.
In a letter to the UGC dated June 28, the Board wrote, “It has come to the notice that some universities in India, especially in Maharashtra, have started registration in undergraduate courses for the session (2022-’23) and their last date is in the first week of July. It is, therefore, requested that all the universities may please be directed to fix the last date of their undergraduate admission process keeping in mind the date of result declaration of Class XII by CBSE.” The Board additionally stated it required a few month to organize the outcomes.
The CBSE letter got here within the wake of Mumbai University (MU) beginning admissions to undergraduate programmes at diploma faculties with out ready for the Indian School Certificate (ISC) examination, which is run by the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE), and the CBSE Class 12 outcomes. Most metropolis faculties affiliated to MU declared their second benefit listing on Thursday. Students who’ve secured a seat are anticipated to substantiate their admission by July 13 and a 3rd benefit listing might be out on July 14.
When MU introduced its admission schedule final month, it was anticipated that the CBSE and ISC outcomes can be out by the point of the second benefit listing’s publication. However, with the outcomes not out but, college students of CBSE and CISCE-affiliated faculties are fearful about lacking out on seats of their desired programs within the faculties of their alternative. Though MU has been criticised for placing a bit of scholars at an obstacle, the college has justified its transfer saying CBSE and ISC college students make up a really small proportion of its consumption. The college has additionally introduced that the appliance window might be opened once more after the CBSE and ICSE outcomes are out.
MU has all the time begun its admission course of after the announcement of the Maharashtra state Board outcomes. Earlier, the state Board outcomes was declared after CBSE and CISCE introduced theirs. This allowed college students from the 2 nationwide boards to use to MU faculties. Last yr, the state Board outcomes have been declared on August 3, and on July 16 in 2020 — each after the CBSE and ISC outcomes. But this yr, the Maharashtra board outcomes have been introduced earlier than the outcomes of the 2 nationwide boards.
Not solely Maharashtra, all arts, science, and engineering faculties in Tamil Nadu began their admission course of after the declaration of state Board outcomes on June 20, and admission to Karnataka diploma faculties will start on July 11. But, the Tamil Nadu authorities has directed faculties to maintain the appliance window open lengthy sufficient to permit CBSE college students to use.
While most MU-affiliated faculties have gone forward with admissions, most autonomous faculties akin to St. Xavier’s College, Jai Hind College, and Mithibai College have both reserved seats for CBSE and ISC college students primarily based on previous admission figures, or are ready for his or her outcomes to start admissions. Ok C College and H R College, which have been earlier affiliated to MU however now come below the newly shaped HSNC University, have additionally begun the diploma admissions by retaining just a few seats reserved for CBSE and ISC college students.
The CBSE performed two units of board examinations for Class 10 and Class 12 college students for the 2021-’22 educational yr — a first-term examination between November and December final yr and a second-term examination in April. The last outcomes might be primarily based on college students’ performances in each exams. According to CBSE’s Controller of Examinations Sanyam Bharadwaj, the outcomes “are on track and as of now and as per schedule”. They are anticipated to be introduced within the final week of July.
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Though most state training boards have already launched their outcomes, Bharadwaj stated the CBSE’s timeline and scale of operation can’t be in comparison with them. “CBSE is one of the largest boards in the country and should not be compared with the state boards because of the scale on which we conduct the examination,” he stated. “We have to conduct the exam for more than 114 subjects for Class 12 students and about 74 for Class 10 students. We have to evaluate about two crore answer books of over 34 lakh students. Preparing results needs many steps, which include the incorporation of eligibility criteria and 100 per cent accuracy in the compilation of results. Board is dealing with a very large magnitude of data for preparing the results.”
Bharadwaj stated: “The perception that the results are delayed is completely flawed. We are on track as far as our timeline is concerned. These are extraordinary circumstances in which we have conducted the exams. We have had to take special measures. For instance, we have taken more time to conduct the Class 12 exam. It took place over 51 days to give students enough time between two exams. We did this keeping in mind that classes and learning were disrupted and that students should have time for better preparation.”
Bharadwaj added, “In the case of Mumbai University, we have checked. They complete the admission process only after our results are announced and all CBSE students who have met the cut-off marks will be given admission.”