Cbse Schools Start Xi Class Admission Before Class X Results | Chennai News

CHENNAI: To avoid anxiety among parents and students, the city’s CBSE schools are granting provisional admissions to class XI even before the second term class X results this year. Schools enroll students based on results from first semester exams, pre-boarding exams, and internal grades. Some schools plan to start classes for Class XI in June to complete the portions.
The CBSE Class X exams ended on Tuesday. The results should be known in July. Due to the pandemic, the jury exams and the proclamation of the results have been delayed by two months compared to the normal academic year.
“In our school, there are fewer places in Class XI than in Class X. Due to the delay in results, many students were worried about whether they would be admitted to Class XI. To avoid confusion of last minute I got provisional admission to a nearby school,” said a student who passed her class X exams.
Some schools grant provisional admission based on students’ cutoff scores in English, math, and science in the first semester and pre-boarding exams.
“We have released the first list based on first semester grades and pre-boarding exams. This will give students and parents an idea if they will be admitted to class XI and reduce their anxiety. list will also have enough time to try other schools,” said K Manoharan, Principal of SBOA School and Anna Nagar Junior College.
The school plans to release the second list after the Semester 2 results. “But, the second list will have very limited seats,” he added.
C Bharathi Lakshmi, Principal of Hindustan International School, said provisional admissions would only be confirmed after the second term results.
She also said that student preference is slowly changing and more and more students are opting for business and arts streams.
“Previously, 80% of students preferred science streams. This year, 60% wanted science streams while 40% preferred business and arts streams,” said C Bharathi Lakshmi.
Some directors said provisional admissions were granted even before the Covid-19 pandemic. “Many schools used to grant provisional admission to their own students based on internal grades. However, they only started classes after class X results. With provisional admissions, schools know how many students would return to Class XI and vacancies,” said PG Subramanian. , Director of Bhavan’s Rajaji Vidhyashram in Kilpauk.
With the results due out in July, schools say they won’t have enough time to complete the parts for class XI pupils. “Many schools are planning to start physical lessons for Class XI in June,” said a CBSE teacher.

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