AHSEC HS Final Evaluation Criteria For 2021

AHSEC HS Final Evaluation Criteria For 2021 – Check Now

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The Education Department, Govt. of Assam has today declared (AHSEC HS Final Evaluation Criteria For 2021) the evaluation process for the Assam Higher Secondary Education Council (AHSEC) – HS (Class XII) Final Examination. Students who are not satisfied with the assessment system devised by the council this year will have the option of appearing in a special examination to be conducted by the Assam Higher Secondary Education Council (AHSEC), whenever the COVID-19 situation permits.

AHSEC HS Final Evaluation Criteria For 2021:

The evaluation method for AHSEC (Class XII) Final Examination is being classified on the basis of whether the students have practical subjects or not –

➤ For Science and Arts stream students with practical subjects, the following evaluation methods will be adopted:-

  • 50% weightage for marks secured in the three best subjects in HSLC or equivalent examination.
  • 30% weightage for marks in the practical examination conducted by the institutions.
  • 10% weightage for marks obtained in the class test, unit test, annual examination, pretest, assignment, project works, plus attendance during the academic session 2019-2021.
  • 10% weightage for marks obtained in the above 3 categories.

➤ For students with non-practical subjects (Arts/ Commerce), the following evaluation methodology will be adopted:-

  • 50% weightage for marks obtained in the three best subjects in the HSLC or equivalent examinations.
  • 40% weightage for marks obtained in the test, unit test, annual examination, pre-test, assignment, project work, etc, plus attendance during the academic session 2019.
  • 10% weightage for marks obtained in the above 3 categories.

➤ For Vocational stream, the following evaluation methodology will be adopted:-

  • 50% weightage for marks secured in the three best subjects in the HSLC or equivalent examination.
  • 40% weightage for marks (Maximum) from the practical examination conducted by the institutions.
  • 10% weightage for marks obtained in the above 3 categories.

AHSEC HS Final Evaluation Criteria For 2021 (Betterment, Reappearance, Compartmental):

For Betterment (Maximum 4 Subjects)

The increase in marks will be based on the marks obtained in the last HS final exam and marks will be allotted as shown below –

  • 10% for Third Division
  • 7% for Second Division
  • 5% for First Division

➤ Re-appearance (All Subjects)

The increase in marks will be done on the basis of division already obtained like –

  • 10% for Third Division
  • 7% for Second Division
  • 5% for First Division

For Compartmental (1 Subject)

On the basis of marks obtained in the previous examination, the increase in marks will be done as follows –

  • 10% for those who secured in the range of 150 to 224
  • 7% for those who secured in the range of 225 to 29
  • 5% for those who secured 300 & above

For Certain Subject (1 Subject)

  • 10% for those who secured in the range of 150 to 224
  • 7% for those  who secured in the range of 225 to 299
  • 5% for those who secured 300 & above

➤ For Repeat (Unsuccessful Candidates)

  • 50% weightage for marks secured in the three best subjects in the HSLC or equivalent examination
  • 40% weightage for marks (Maximum) from the First Year Annual examination conducted by the institutions or AHSEC
  • 10% weightage for marks obtained in the above 3 categories

Other Details About AHSEC HS Final Evaluation Criteria For 2021:

The result will be declared on the basis of division obtained by the candidates as per the common criteria. However, there will be no mention of ranks like Star, Letter, highest marks obtained, and merit list in this year’s results. Additionally, there will be no provision for re-checking of answer sheets as no physical test will be conducted this year. However, student complaints on any errors reported will be endorsed.

 


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2 comments

  1. The criteria of giving 10%,7%&5% increase to the existing marks for HS betterment,Re-appearance (all subjects) is not fair and would be injustice to some expected students who would have expected more n would have obtain while writing the exam where as the fresh HS student would be judged by the class 10 n 11 result as bescause it has been found in many student that obtaining 93%,85%,75%etc…in Matrix too had failed or had obtained mere first div or second n third or had failed where as it also seen that a student getting simple first div in matric etc gone to obtain rank in HS so I request to reconsider and fair enough to give more marks for betterment n reappearing students

    1. Yes, Sir, You may be right but this step has been taken by the board or the government in view of the current situation of Covid-19 and we have to accept it.

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