Incorrect Evaluation Done for CBSE Class 12 Exam Results, Students Shocked

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Students who gave their CBSE class 12 exam this year are again in a state of quandary as the evaluation has begotten a lot of confusion.

CBSE class 12 exam results: evaluation incorrect

Many students have complained of less marks and had applied for re-verification. The process revealed a shocking result of relatively higher marks for candidates, meaning that the evaluation that happened first was erroneous and careless.

Prior to the exam, students and parents were already stressed out fearing the decision on the marks moderation policy which could have been a game changer in their lives if altered in the last minute. However, the Delhi High Court ordered that the policy remains unaltered for the current batch of students and gave them timely relief to their woe.

Incorrect Evaluation Done for CBSE Class 12 Result

Student protests due to incorrect evaluation in CBSE Class 12 results

Students in Odisha protested against the Board regarding the CBSE Class 12 exam result. Some students had got single digit marks in few subjects and upon verification found a vast difference between the first released marks and the verified marks. Orissa High Court had directed the Board to reverify the marks.

How does Reverification happen in CBSE Class 12 results?

CBSE does not allow re-evaluating the marks for an answer. Instead, if answers are skipped from evaluation, such apathy would be addressed and also re-totalling would take place. 'There will be no re-evaluation of any evaluated answer. However, if any answer has not been evaluated, the same would be reported by the candidate to respective Regional Offices of CBSE not later than seven days of receipt of a photocopy of answer book,' reads the Board's notification.

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