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Alert! CBSE has opened the window for re-evaluation of answer-scripts

Did you appear in the Board examination in 2018 conducted by CBSE? Are you not satisfied with your marks? You can go for verification. You can also apply for obtaining the photocopy of answer script and also for re-evaluation. Know the details from this article.

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) announced the result of Class XIIth on 26th May, 2018. The result of Xth Board was announced on 29th May, 2018. This year, there was a lot of controversy relating to some papers of both XIIth standard and Xth standard examination. However, the controversy has passed and the result has been declared.

Now CBSE has announced the schedule for verification, obtaining the photocopies of the evaluated answer scripts and re-evaluation of answer scripts. The detailed procedure is mentioned below. The students, who feel that their answer scripts have not been properly evaluated, must go for verification and re-evaluation of answer scripts, if necessary.

Detailed procedure

First Phase

The entire procedure is completed in three phases. At first, the examinees must apply for verification of their answer scripts. The window for application is open upto 5th June, 2018, The examinee has to pay Rs. 500/- per subject for re-verification of answer script. The result of verification will be uploaded on the website of CBSE. For further details, the examinees and the guardians must check CBSE Notice No. CBSE/Coord/201/B/F.11 dated 31st May, 2018.

Second Phase

After verification, if the candidates are not satisfied with the marks, they can seek the photocopy of the answer-scripts of which they sought verification. The last date of seeking photocopy of the answer script is upto 16th June, 2018. The CBSE charges Rs. 700/- for providing the photocopy of answer script of each subject.

Third Phase

In the third phase, the students and the guardians can apply for re-evaluation in respect of selected question, if found necessary by perusing the photocopy of the answer script. The last date of applying for re-evaluation is 22nd June, 2018. The CBSE has fixed the rate of re-evaluation as Rs. 100/- per question.

Detailed timeline in respect of three phases

(a) Applying online for verification of answer script: 1st June, 2018 to 5th June, 2018
(b) Processing charges to be paid by the examinees: Upto 7th June, 208
(c ) Applying online for the photocopy of the answer script: 15th June, 2018 to 16th June, 2018
(d) Payment of processing charges by the examinees: Upto 18th June, 2018
(e) Applying online for re-evaluation: 21st June, 2018 to 22nd June, 2018
(f) Payment of charges for re-evaluation of answers: Upto 25th June, 2018

Please remember the following points

The examinees must remember that the fee once paid is non-refundable. Further, only those who apply for verification of answer scripts can apply for the photocopy of the answer scripts. Those who apply for photocopy of answer-scripts can apply for re-evaluation of answers. The examinees must also remember that after the re-evaluation, marks can be reduced also. In that case, the revised marks will be reflected in the revised mark-sheet.

CBSE link for further details

The examinees and the guardians must go through the following link for knowing the details and apply for verification, obtaining photocopy and re-evaluation: http://cbse.nic.in/newsite/rchk2018.htm

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Author: Neeru Bhatt07 Jun 2018 Member Level: Diamond   Points : 4

An exhaustive and detailed article on the process of verification and re-evaluation in CBSE.

I feel that only those students should go for these type of rechecking and verification who think that some gross negligence has been done in their case and their score is very different than what it should have been. With this type of confidence only one should go ahead with this process otherwise it will be a futile exercise.

The parents should also ponder over these matters seriously and should not believe what students are telling them to gain their sympathy. The parents very well know the capability of their children and if there are doubts they should not pursue these verifications which are unnecessary exercises and will only eat away their hard earned money.

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