The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released its dispute resolution process. This comes as it announced the results of class 10th and 12th. The results were calculated through a tabulation process carried out at school level. Those not satisfied with their result can now apply for a review with their school from today.
How to apply for a review?
Before one learns the process of applying for a review, it is imperative to know that the last date for applying is August 11. The result committee will begin processing the complaints on August 10, 2021, and continue till August 13, 2021.
Students will be required to submit an application on the official website, along with details of their complaint and claims.
The submitted applications will further be referred to the result committee.
The facts and information provided by the candidates will later be verified by the result committee.
The next step will involve checking all the related records and rationale documents to come to a final decision on the claims submitted by the candidate.
In case the result is found to be incorrect, the result committee will be required to make a representation to the CBSE’s Regional Office, which will later be carried to the head office.
In case the committee does not find an error, they will inform the students.
The CBSE released the results of Class 10 board exam 2021. Girls have reportedly outshined boys by a margin of 0.35%. Out of total, 99.04% of students passed the Class 10 exam. Class 12 results were announced by the CBSE on July 30.
According to official data, over 2.1 million students were scheduled to appear for CBSE Class 10 board exams and as many as 1.4 million for CBSE class 12 board exams.