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CBSE introduces revaluation option for Class XII students

 This year onwards the Central Board of Secondary Education will be enabling its Class XII students with the option of revaluation. The previous year, CBSE had introduced the provision for provisions of verification of marks and obtaining of photocopy of evaluated answer books, which has been carried on this year as well.

Revaluation

In order to be eligible for applying for evaluation the students need to have applied for obtaining photocopy of the evaluated answer. Only the following subjects can be applied to for revaluation in case of any discrepancy arises:

English Core, English Elective, Functional English, Hindi Core, Hindi Elective, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Business Studies, Economics and Accountancy

 The candidates can only apply for a maximum number of 10 questions, which can only be from the theory part. The students will be charged Rs. 100 per question and the application for revaluation will only be received online; also the payment will be made through e-challan/electronic payment gateway.

Note: In case there is variation of marks of +5 marks or more in the subject concerned after revaluation, then the marks awarded in the first evaluation in respect of that subject shall stand annulled and the fresh marks awarded in the revaluation shall only stand valid for that particular subject(s) and a fresh marks statement will be issued incorporating the marks awarded in the revaluation. However, if after revaluation, any change is observed in questions of upto 02 marks i.e. 01 and/or 02 marks, the same shall be considered for addition.

Also see: 

CBSE to release JEE Mains 2014 Paper II answer keys on May 20

Update your Class XII roll numbers on JEE Main website

Equal Weightage to Class XII and JEE scores for Maharashtra Engg Admissions

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