CBSE had started the re – evaluation process for class 10 and class 12 students last month. Many students applied for the re-evaluation.
Based on the revised results received by the students, lot of students saw their marks increased by upto 50 marks in a single subject. This has led to major confusion amongst students. Those students who didn’t apply for re-evaluation believing the CBSE results as final now want to apply for re-evaluation too but the deadline has already passed.
CBSE has taken the numerous cases of totalling mistake seriously and has also issued notices to teachers, including issuing suspension orders for more than 100 teachers across India. Lapses have been found at teachers end and have been held responsible for major mistakes in totalling of marks in the Class 10 and 12 board exam papers
CBSE is already considering revamping the examination system to ensure no papers are leaked. CBSE will also be working upon the marks totalling process to ensure no such embarrassments to the board are faced in future.