Now the students of Haryana Board shall get the Detailed Marks Sheet carrying 12th Marks on the CBSE Pattern. From now the students belonging to Haryana Board will not have to suffer because of different criteria in showing marks in 12th Class DMCs. Thousands of students try to get admission to colleges in Delhi.
Last year they faced 10% deduction in marks just because the ratio of the marks was not following 70:30 pattern ( 70% for theory paper and 30% for Practical Marks). So far Haryana Board uses the pattern - 60:20:20 by dividing the subjects as 60 Marks for theory, 20 for Practical and 20 for CCE. This decision was in being because last year the students from Haryana faced the deduction of 10 % marks for taking admission to any of the colleges in Delhi University.
CBSE Marks Criterion for admission to DU
So the students were barred from taking admission due to this practice. The format of DMC shall get a new change from this year, says Secretary HBSE. It is well-known that the cut off in many of the colleges under Delhi University is very high and each and every percentage matters for taking admission there. So deduction of 10% was a big blow for the students of the state who are passionate to take admission there.
This decision has been welcome by all, especially the students. One of the students said, "This decision shall help them to take admission to one of their favorite colleges."
Smt Neena Gupta, Principal of SD Kanya Mahavidyalya Narwana, has also welcomed this step of Haryana Education Board saying that last year a no of students from the school didn't get admission under Delhi University due to deduction of 10%.
Mr Jiyalal, Secretary Sanatan Dharam Sanstha, has also showed his pleasure over this decision. He says that the decision will help thousands of students from Haryana to get admission under DU.
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Note 2020- The candidates can face entrance test to get admission to Delhi
University from this session. So marks are no criterion.