Private school body writes to CBSE over DoE’s promotion policy for Classes IX, XI
| Education Jagat - 16 Mar 2022

The National Progressive Schools’ Conference (NPSC), a body of over 120 private schools in Delhi, has written to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) raising concerns over the Directorate of Education’s (DOE) revised promotion policy for students in Classes IX and XI.
 According to the revised policy issued by the DoE, promotions will be based on marks obtained in the Term-I (mid-term) and Term-II (annual) tests, in addition to marks received in internal assessment, project, practical, or all taken together. The revised policy is an extension of the 2020-21 promotion policy.
 “As per the revised promotion policy, a maximum of 15 grace marks can be awarded to a student to reach the required 33% marks in one or any number of subjects. So, if a child secures 18/100 in his aggregate (including theory and practical internal assessment), giving 15 grace marks will make him eligible to be promoted to the next grade,” NPSC chairperson Sudha Acharya said in the letter to her CBSE counterpart

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