According to the reports received we have come to know that lot of blunder has taken place while the calculation of mathematics marks of the students who just passed their 12th board examinations.
Even after filing a complaint against this inappropriate step, no strict actions have been taken.
Ashok Pandey, the chairperson of National Progressive Schools’ Conference, an association of over 200 leading private schools in the country, strongly favored a relook a the CBSE decision to scrap re-evaluation. “It is in the best interest of the students.”
“CBSE, being the premier school education board in the country, should definitely take a lead in doing enough to bring in transparency,” said Pandey.
Sonali, whose marks increased by 27 (from 68 to 95) post verification, pointed out that unlike her, students who were not very confident or scared didn’t even bother going for the verification process.
“As I wanted to pursue Economics (Honours), I had no option but to go for verification. However, many others didn’t apply out of fear or thought that nothing will happen out of this exercise,” said Sonali.
Officials said that there were mistakes but it should not be entirely blamed on the board but it can be a mistake of the transferrers too.
Parents have their own copy of complaints saying that “All students should be allowed to obtain their evaluated answer sheets and then if they want, they should be allowed to apply for re-evaluation.”