Published: Sun, June 18, 2017
Industry | By Dora Warner

Error in evaluation of CBSE Class 12 results?

Error in evaluation of CBSE Class 12 results?

The Central Board of Secondary Education, CBSE is in a soup, as recent incidents have exposed major errors in totalling the board marks of several students. But, she had scored 99 in economics and 95 in accountancy and 96 in business studies. Samiksha Sharma's dream of making it to a North Campus college was nearly shattered when she scored 42 in maths, after scoring well in English, Business Studies and Fine Arts. As per reports, a number of students across the country have sent their marks for verifications after they found a discrepancy in their scores.

Meanwhile, as reported by TOI, the Delhi High Court on Friday orally observed that the CBSE should not have done away with its re-evaluation policy as it also make mistakes in evaluation of answer sheets.

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Also, another Mumbai student, Mohammad Affan scored 80% and above in all his subjects, scored just 50 in his mathematics.

A report in Times of India suggested a student identified as Sonali was shocked to learn that she had scored 68 in Maths. Another economics student who was "failed" with 9 marks finally ended up with 45.

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Currently, CBSE allows only for verification but not re-evaluation.

Though TOI said that the CBSE's chairperson and spokesperson did not give an official comment, a senior CBSE official admitted that the number of applications for verification of marks has been unprecedented.

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This raises two important questions. According to a report in The Times of India, there are massive errors in totaling of students' marks. It was after some of the students sent a request for verification of their total marks that Sonali's marks were doubled and went up to 95. Another official said that there could be various reasons for the errors such as incorrect transfer of marks to the first page and detachment of supplementary answer books. He insisted that he was not a bad student and wanted his answer sheets re-evaluated at the earliest.

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