The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has agreed for the revaluation of Class 12 and 10 board examination marks. The board will accept applications from today on its official website— cbse.nic.in.
The decision was taken by the board after the students alleged of discrepancies after re-totalling, and reached out to Orissa High Court for help.
The CBSE had earlier this year confirmed that the board results would not be revalued from this year. However, after the intervention of the court, CBSE acceded to the requests and would accept the applications for scrutiny of Class 12 and 10 marks from today on cbse.nic.in.
The applications for scrutiny of answer sheets would be received only till July 7, 2017 on cbse.nic.in. Students who had applied for the photocopy of their answer sheets can also apply for revaluation.
Apart from that, CBSE would accept request for a maximum of 10 questions which can be revalued in theory portion. The revaluation would be chargeable at the rate of Rs. 100 per question revaluation requested.
CBSE Class 12 evaluation of marks is only applicable to certain subjects namely — Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Economics, Mathematics, Business Studies, Accountancy, Hindi Core and Elective, English Core and two English Electives.
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