CBSE Revaluation Result becomes a Riddle; Delhi student Faces a Peculiar Situation

Aarushi Kalra Aarushi Kalra
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The CBSE Revaluation result came as a revelation for a student belonging to a government-aided school. Yogesh of Gopal Dass Soni DAV Senior Secondary School, New Delhi received a compartment in Physical Education, for which he applied for revaluation. The latest result awarded 5 marks in the subject, however, the result now showed a compartment in another subject which he passed earlier.

Yogesh is a humanities student and is now distressed about his college enrolment. Talking about the peculiar incident he said, "I felt I couldn't have done so bad in Physical Education, so I paid INR 500 and applied for revaluation. CBSE informed me about the marks revision and I was happy that I could apply for admission in college."

He was applying at Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) for further education, however, he got shocked after seeing his CBSE mark sheet. To his surprise, he now had a compartment in English. He reached out to his school, which advised him to wait as it might be a technical issue. 

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He originally scored 26 marks in English theory and 17 marks in the practical, that cunted total as 43 marks. Whereas in Physical Education he scored 18 marks in theory and 28 marks in practical. Where he lacked by 4 marks. 

After the declaration of the CBSE revaluation result, he now scored 24 marks in English theory and 17 marks in practical. On the other hand, in physical education, his marks raised by 5 marks and now shows 23 marks in theory and 28 in practical.

Yogesh further disclosed that the hardcopy of the mark sheet with his school reflects passing status in English but after numerous checks, the online result still shows a compartment in the subject.

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He initially thought to appear for the physical education compartment for which he also submitted a fee of INR 300. But later he received a compartment in English when the deadline to apply got closed. Since the CBSE officials are hard to reach, education activist and advocate Ashok Agarwal is planning to approach the Delhi High Court.