CBSE To Begin Revaluation and Rechecking Soon, Check cbse.nic.in
Central Board of Secondary Education is expected to open the portal for the revaluation and rechecking process soon.
The CBSE has recently declared the results of Class 12 Examinations, after which the results of Class 10 were declared.
Applicants who are not satisfied with the marks secured in Classes 10 and 12 may apply for re-evaluation and re-examination by means of applications made available on the Board's official website.
The reassessment and reassessment process will be conducted online.
CBSE is expected to release the full schedule for the reassessment and reassessment process for Class 10 students soon on the official website.
Applicants are advised to visit the official website-cbse.nic.in for further updates.
Students must first apply for re-totalling, after which they can request a photocopy, and then apply for evaluations of specific questions.
The fee for each step will be charged separately from the student fee.
It should be noted, however, that students can only apply for re-examination and re-evaluation of those subjects for which they have appeared for examination, since the board had to cancel a few papers due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The steps to apply for the CBSE Class 10 revaluation and re totaling will be provided by the board soon.
The board has however released the procedure for applying for the re-totaling, revaluations and photocopy of answer sheets for the class 12 students.
Candidates can visit the official website or click on the direct link provided below to check the complete notification.
CBSE Class 12 Revaluation and Rechecking
According to the schedule provided, the applications for the verification of marks for the class 12 will be available on the official website from July 17 to 21, 2020, while the re-totaling and revaluation for the class 12 students will be available from August 6, 2020, and the applications for obtaining a photocopy of the answer sheet will be available from August 1, 2020.
In order to apply for a re-totalling, re-evaluation and photocopy of the answer sheets, applicants are first required to apply for a re-totaling process after which applications for photocopy of the reply sheets are to be submitted where they can check the answers and list them with the marking scheme provided by the CBSE.
In the event that students feel they have been incorrectly labeled, they can apply for revolutions in specific questions. The disclosure process will be limited to specific questions and not the complete answer sheet.
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