IB students in India receive International Baccalaureate results

New Delhi: Today, 4,998 Diploma Programme (DP) and Career-related Programme (CP) students receive their results from the May 2022 examination session.


Olli-Pekka Heinonen, Director General of the International Baccalaureate, said: “IB students in India have demonstrated resilience, adaptability, and commitment to their learning. The IB is deeply grateful to educators who have supported our students along the way throughout their learner journey.”


Because of the global pandemic, the IB understands that students globally continue to face disruption to their lives and their teaching and learning. To ensure that all students could continue to the next step of their learner journey and achieve valid results, the IB made adaptations to help address the challenges caused by the pandemic, including adjustments to learning, teaching, and assessment, for the May 2022 examination session.


The IB also developed a procedure to award grades without written examinations as a contingency measure for the circumstances preventing exam administration.


The impact of the pandemic on students was deeply considered throughout the grade awarding process for the May 2022 examination session and appropriate grade boundaries were set to account for the disruption to education. A review of results was undertaken to ensure the IB mitigated the disruption students face.


The IB is immensely proud of all IB students who have reached this milestone. Throughout the DP and CP two-year learning journey students have developed the knowledge and skills needed to thrive in life. This achievement has been reached through the incredible efforts and ongoing support of the whole school community.