The President of the Office of Secondary Education, RK Chaturvedi, asked the rector of Delhi University, Yogesh Tyagi, to allocate the “appropriate weight” for CBSE students for admission to the first round programs this year so they do not get lost Candidates from other state boards inflate their class XII results.
It was a resolution passed by 32 school boards at a meeting organized by CBSE and was conducted by the School of Education Secretary, Anil Swarup, April 24. Thus, for the first time in several years, it is expected that the results of the board to decline marked scores.
Keeping CBSE students against any inconvenience that may be caused by some state boards that do not meet their commitments, Chaturvedi in a letter to Tyagi May 9 asked him to change the DU admission policy to introduce some grant for the CBSE students this year.
“CBSE, as the National Council intends to adopt the consensus reached at the meeting (April 24) to eliminate moderation of the major secondary examination marks of the review of the current year, that is, in 2017 yes to establish The trend for another secondary sectors consideration to take priority, “Chaturvedi said in the letter.
“However, the various city councils of the school can cancel the restraint for next year because they are in the midst of preparing the results during the year. Therefore, it would put students at a disadvantage when CBSE admission process in The University of Delhi for the 2017-18 session, “he said.