CBSE Std X verification and obtaining answersheet photocopies starts
CBSE Std X verification and obtaining answersheet photocopies starts – apply only online till June 9
CBSE has started accepting applications for Std X answersheetverification and obtaining photocopies. For verification, students can apply only online till June 9, while payment for the same can be made online or through e-challan till June 11. Those who wish to get a photocopy of evaluated answersheets have to apply between June 14 to June 19. CBSE will charge Rs500 per subject from students.
CBSE has clarified that only students applying from outside India can pay the requisite fee through demand draft, after submitting an online application. KK Choudhury, controller of examinations wrote in the latest notice that DD along with confirmation page has to be sent to Regional Office concerned and must reach there within seven days of applying online. Choudhury wrote that ‘roll number and other details should be written on the back of DD.’
Choudhury has stressed on the fact that there won’t be any revaluation of an already evaluated answer. “However, if any answer has not been evaluated, the same would be reported by candidate to respective regional offices of CBSE not later than seven days of receipt of photocopy of answerbook,” wrote Choudhury.
While students can obtain a photocopy of their answersheets, CBSE clarified there will be certain conditions attached to it. Choudhury wrote, “Photocopy of the evaluated answerbook will be provided after blocking all information relating to the identity of the examiner/evaluator/any other official associated with the examination process. Photocopy of the evaluated answerbook shall also not be challenged by any examinee in the court of law or make any claim on this account in any forum”.
This is the last year of CBSE’s Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) scheme, under which students were awarded grades instead of marks. The verification therefore will be of grades for Std X students and that’s how the results will be declared too. Maharashtra is the only state for which CBSE sends marks separately to schools, as demanded by state board for admission to junior colleges.