CBSE Revaluation 2017 process begins today for Class 10th and 12th – check how to apply

After a judgment by the Delhi High Court in favour of re-evaluation of answer scripts, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) board began the re-evaluation on July 3, Monday for Class 10th and 12th. As per the official notification, July 7 is the last date to apply for the scrutiny of marks for the particular question(s) in the theory paper.

Note, only those students who all requested their photocopy of the evaluated answer book can be able to apply for the scrutiny of marks. Now, the ambit of the evaluation has been extended to 12 subjects.

English core, English elective (CBSE), English elective (NCERT), Hindi core, Hindi elective, mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology, business studies, economics and accountancy are those extended 12 subjects.

CBSE Revaluation 2017 process begins today for Class 10th and 12th - check how to apply

“In class 10, 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,” a notice by CBSE said.

Important to Note:

– The maximum bar of questions that can be included for re-evaluations is 10.

– The first pre-requisite to apply for re-evaluation is to register to receive a copy of their answer booklet.

– The last date for applying for the Revaluation is July 7.

– The student needs to send application fees in a demand draft along with the following format.

Students will be required to provide Rs 100 per question through the means of demand draft (DD) to the local CBSE office by July 7, or through NEFT.

The status of the scrutiny of marks shall be uploaded on the official website and a letter will be sent by speed post. And also, the money refunded in case of upward revision of marks for those questions only.

CBSE Helpline No 1800-11-8002 or 011-22509257 between 9.30 a.m to & p.m (working days).


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