Indore: Informing schools about the latest provisions and scrutiny of mark-sheets, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) released a notice, signed by controller of examination KK Choudhary, recently.
The notice states that the board has started provisions of scrutiny of answer books wherever after obtaining photocopy of answer sheets, candidates report that evaluation has not been done in accordance with the marking scheme.
Further, the modalities and schedule of scrutiny as quoted in the circular will be as under:
1. In Class-XII only those candidates who have applied for obtaining photocopy of the evaluated answer book shall be eligible to apply for scrutiny of marks awarded to any question(s) with respect to the available marking scheme in the following major subjects only to the respective Regional Offices.
The subjects that have been highlighted in the circular are as follows: English Core, English Elective (CBSE), English Elective (NCERT), Hindi Core, Hindi Elective, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Business Studies, Economics and Accountancy
2. In Class X, in the event of receiving representations relating to non-awarding of marks to particular question(s) as per marking scheme and/or unevaluated portion of the Answer Book, the same shall be dealt as per procedure followed for verification of grades.
3. Further, it clearly mentioned that request for maximum 10 questions shall be entertained only for theory portion in the above subjects at the rate of Rs 100 per question
4. Explaining the process, it mentioned that request for scrutiny of marks for particular question(s) only in theory paper shall be received offline through Demand Draft in favour of ’Secretary, CBSE’ drawn at the place where Regional Office is located from 01.07.2017(Saturday ) to 07.07.2017(Friday) or through NEFT. Further, details of the banking account are clearly available in the online circular.
5. Ensuring that there are no double requests, circular highlighted that request for scrutiny of marks will only be accepted once.