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Patna students unrest due to wrong evaluation

The Central Board of Secondary Examination (CBSE) XII results have been declared in Patna region on 27 May 2011.  It was delayed and further to that the students have been complaining that the scores they have been awarded are wrong.  Many students are unhappy on receiving their results.

Aditya Raj a student of Leeds Asian School-Danapur, who has been awarded 14 marks in physical education paper, claims that he fetched 27 out of 30 marks in its practical paper.  In accounts paper, he is shown to have scored a zero whereas he got 17 out of 20 marks in its practical paper.

Similarly, Birendra Kumar Jha of St Joseph's Public School-Samastipur is disappointed to see his score 1 out of 70 marks in physics (theory) while he obtained 29 out of 30 marks in its practical paper. Suprateek, who has cracked BIT entrance test, has been awarded only three marks in Mathematics.

According to reports, around 300 parents and students staged a protest outside Patna's regional office of CBSE yesterday. The parents have been claiming that "The regional director fell ill and went on leave due to which the Patna region results were delayed. Later, they deputed another director and the results were prepared in haste and hence there were faults in the scores."

However, the CBSE authorities from Patna region have claimed that the office has received no complaint in this regard from any regular school so far.  The protesting students belong to non-regular schools.

Declining the pleas for re-evaluation or re-examination, the authorities claim there is no scope of mislead in scores as each answer paper is cross-checked thrice before the results were declared.  Also, all the evaluators had more than three years of experience.

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