CBSE 12th New Marking Scheme 2019 – 2020 Award 56 Extra Marks / Full Marks for Tricky Questions

Central Board of Secondary Education CBSE decided to award totally 56 Extra Marks for Class 12th/XII/Plus Two Board Exam from the next academic year 2019 – 2020. Based on their students’ performance, these New Marking Scheme of Extra Scores will be provided. Here students can check complete Latest Mark Scheme for All Streams of Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry, Political Science, Economics, Biology, Business Studies, Sociology and Geography subjects. For these Four of Nine Subjects have an offer marks based on the students answering skill of various reasons. Check reason of marks awarded and each subject wise new extra score from below page.

CBSE 12th New Marking Scheme


CBSE 12th New Marking Scheme 2019 – 2020

Yes, CBSE has official announced that latest news of New Marking Scheme for CBSE Class 12th Board Exam Students Education Welfare Motive. It helps to explore the student’s innovative things to the world and introduce the various techniques through the research organization. If the students who gained 84% or less in each of main subjects, Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry. The official board given the boost marks of 32. Around 11% of the total marks in three subjects. It helps every student to obtain centum marks and nearly 95 to 99% of total scores.

At the evaluation of the mark, the circular from the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) asking them to grant marks for a “tricky” question. The CBSE, in its corrigendum released on March 30, directed the evaluators to follow a separate marking scheme for question number 29 (set 1 and 2), question 27 (set 3).

CBSE 12th/XII Extra 56 Marks Subject Wise

The 11 marks each in physics and mathematics, 10 in chemistry, 6  in political science and 5 each in economics, biology and business studies during the “moderation” process. Sociology and geography marks were also moderated by 2 and 1, respectively, taking the total to 56 for all subjects. For four of the nine subjects, the moderated or standardized (as CBSE terms it) marks are a three-year high, while for physics, chemistry, and political science the moderated marks are the highest in four years.


Reasons for Provide 12th Extra Board by CBSE

Based on the students answering skills for Tricky Questions like Question Paper Difficulty Level, Out of Syllabus, Unusual Lengthy Question Papers, Ambiguity in Questions. Students who are across the answers from this question, they can collect the extra marks from the Central Board of Secondary Education.