Format to send queries to CBSE

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Here is the format in which the queries can be sent to CBSE

CENTRAL BOARD OF SECONDARY EDUCATUON OBSERVATION SCHEDULE

SCHOOL NO…………………………

 

Observation for subject ………………………………………….    Class …………… Date of Examination …………     Q.P. Code…………

Name and complete Postal Address of the school

…………………………………………………………………………………………………

…………………………………………………………………………………………………

……………………………………………………………………… Pin code...…………… Tel No. : Office……………………………………Res……………………………………..

 

S.No.      Nature of Complaint                                         Question No.               Observation/Feedback 

 1.

 Question deemed out of syllabus

 ……..

 ………………………………...

 ………………………………

 2.

Beyond the comprehension level of the candidate

 

3.

Faulty translation

 

 ………………………………

4.

Defective formation of questions

 

 ……………………………

5.

Any other (please specify with

 ……

 ……………………………

 

Relevant details)

 

 


Signature of the School Head……………………………… Name of the School Head (in capital letters)………………………..…

NOTE:

1.    Use only one performa (may be photocopied) for each set & Question Paper.

2.      The Observation should be sent by E-mail or Fax to CBSE within twenty four hours of the conduct of examination to :

i) The subject Expert of your Region selected to participate in the Marking Scheme Development Programme.

ii) Joint Secretary (Coordination), CBSE to 2, Community Centre, Preet Vihar, Delhi – 110301, Fax No.:011-22057089, E-mail:    jsc.cbse@gmail.com, soms.cbse@gmail.com.

3.  The comments should be clear specific and in brief.

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