As per reports, CBSE students who got appeared for the re-evaluation for class 12th got good marks than the earlier corrections. More than 50% of re-evaluation applicants have got good marks, the surveys reveal. In the re-evaluation of CBSE Class 12th, Ishrita a bright student who scored fewer marks in exams has opted for re-evaluation and scored 95 marks extra in all subjects. Also, another student has reported that his score is increased with re-evaluation while in the initial correction few of his correct answers were marked incorrect. This time most of the CBSE Class 12th students reported that their answers marked wrong though they are correct in initial corrections. The re-evaluation result turned profitable for many of the class 12th students.
CBSE 12th Class Students Got More Marks In Re-evaluation
As per reports, this year 9111 students have applied for re-evaluation while 4632 students have got increased marks. The board has this time made the common mistakes like giving 0 marks for correct answers and not evaluating the answers correctly.
The CBSE board has taken action against the teachers who corrected the answer sheet wrongly. As per this, 214 teachers have booked. After the re-totaling of CBSE answer sheets, the students have applied for re-evaluation of class 12th papers. The CBSE has released the totaling marks on 24th June.
To anticipate such mistakes, CBSE gives two teachers a chance to assess each paper, and board authorities say the mistakes have declined. A correlation with earlier years isn’t conceivable on the grounds that, last year, a re-evaluation was done case-by-case on a Delhi high court request, and CBSE has not shared information for re-evaluation in 2016.
Anurag Tripathi, secretary, CBSE, told TOI the two-evaluator system is successful as “99.6 per cent of the copies are correctly evaluated.”
The 0.4 per cent error rate, he said, exists because of the pressure on evaluators: “Around 50,000 evaluators are dealing with 61.34 lakh copies.”
Tripathi said the board had chosen to re-present re-evaluation this year with the goal that students didn’t endure because of mistakes.
“We have tried to minimise the errors, which right from verification to reevaluation are at an all-time low, and CBSE will continue its efforts,” he said.
However, school principals said the sharp increase in marks after re-evaluation is something new. The principal of a South Delhi school suggested that CBSE email answer scripts to students since evaluation is centralised and all the marks are uploaded online in real-time. “The process of retotalling and re-evaluation will become simpler as those whose copies are clean won’t apply.”