Looking into this case, the Delhi high court has directed the Board to recheck her papers and in-turn issue the fresh results within 5 days.
According to the results released by the board, she obtained 2 marks in physics, 14 in Chemistry, 7 each in Mathematics and Biology where as the records also show that the same student has scored 29 marks out of 30 in her Physics Practical examination and 30 out of 30 in Chemistry and Biology Practicals.
Then how could such student FAIL??
In order to bring out the solution of this court of Justice G S Sistani ordered "The respondent, with regard to the peculiar facts and circumstances of the case, i.e. the marks secured by her in practicals and the corresponding marks obtained in her theory exams, would recheck the papers of the petitioner by June 5, 2013."
Noticing that her results will affect her counselling process the Court has ordered that the results of the rechecking will be informed to the petitioner by email or any other swift mode".
What could be the exact result? Is the mistake in entering of marks or in the evaluation process? Who is responsible for this? The truth is soon to come into the light.
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