Three subject experts will scrutinize their answer sheets, which were segregated from the rest, before results are published in end of May month. The council chairman Nihar Ranjan Patnaik said that examination committee will very soon decide on how to go about these answer books.
Sources said the subject experts concerned will re-confirm that the valuation has been done without any bias towards or against any student. But as such they will not award marks on their own. Majority of the high scorers are from science stream, though there are some from arts and communication stream.
In case the subject experts raises doubts about favours being shown to certain students, their papers will go to a higher level committee for further authentication. Another senior council officer said “The idea is to remove any doubt about fairness in the evaluation process and to eliminate all chances of manipulation”.
Its almost 2.79 lakh including 1.75 lakh students in arts stream,70000 in science and 25000 in commerce. The valuation was carried out by 5000 examiners in 46 valuation zones. Examinations was held in 1065 centres from March 2 to April 5,2012.