Class 10 and 12 students appearing for this year’s Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) exams will be able to raise grievances related to questions within 24 hours after the exam.
The complaints filed will be scrutinised by an expert group and would then be considered while preparing the marking scheme during the evaluation.
This provision is an extension to the duties done by the exam superintendents and principals at various exam centres at the moment according to President of the Managements of Independent CBSE Schools Association (MICSA), M. Srinivasan.
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He also made it clear the board should clearly tell the stakeholders that all grievances would not automatically turn into moderations for respective papers.
A school teacher suggested that moderation should be done in a manner which is fair to both the sides – the student and the evaluator. And the basic standard of evaluation to assess the students’ ability and understanding of the subjects should not be compromised
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