CBSE Class 12 Rechecking & Revaluation – Check Step by step process and how to apply for revaluation on cbse.nic.in. Central Board of Secondary Education, CBSE would soon open the portal for rechecking and revaluation. The Class 12th result has already been declared. After the results, the board would open the link for rechecking and revaluation of the answer sheets. All the CBSE students (of class 10 and 12), who have appeared for the examination can apply for re-totaling, re-checking and revaluation of their CBSE Result 2020.
This year, due to COVID 19, many examinations could not be conducted. As such, CBSE has agreed on a valuation method and awarded average marks for certain subjects. Students can apply for rechecking and revaluation ONLY for the papers attempted in the CBSE Board Examinations 2020.
The dates to apply for the CBSE rechecking/re verification/photocopy/ revaluation have been notified now. The online application process starts on July 17th, 2020.
- Verification of marks – apply online between July 17th to July 21st, 2020 (upto 5 PM)
- Obtaining photocopy of evaluated answer books- apply from August 1st to August 2nd, 2020 (upto 5 PM)
- Date to apply for revaluation- August 6th & 7th, 2020 (upto 5 PM) The students will be provided a window of nearly 3 weeks to apply for the rechecking/photocopy/revaluation.
The rechecking fees last year was Rs 500/- per subject. The fees is also expected to be the same this year.
- Verification of marks- Rs 500/- per subject
- Photocopy of answer script- Rs 700/- per subject
- Revaluation- Rs 100/- per question
The students or the parents applying for the rechecking/verification/revaluation of marks will have to pay the fee online through the CBSE portal, there is no provision of offline fee payment.
How to Apply for CBSE Rechecking, Revaluation?
Step 1: Apply for Re-totalling
To start, students need to apply for Re-totalling of the marks. As evident, under this, CBSE would only check the answer sheets for totalling errors and also if any question have not been marked by the teacher. A fee as suggested by CBSE would be applicable. Students can apply for as many subject’s retotaling as they want. Also, in case of any change (increase or decrease), the new marks would be treated as final.
Step 2: Apply for Photocopy of Answer Sheet
In case students are not satisfied with the re-totalling, the second step is to apply for photo-copy of their answer sheets. Please remember – students can only apply for a photo copy of the answer sheet for the subject in which they had requested re-totalling. Once the copy of answer sheet (in image form) is shared online, students may check their answers and tally them with the marking scheme of CBSE.
Step 3: Apply for Revaluation Final step is a revaluation.
Students, if convinced that they have been marked incorrectly for any specific question, they can then apply for revaluation. Again, students can apply for revaluation only for the subjects for which they have requested a photocopy of. Also, the revaluation process would only be for specific questions and not for the entire paper. Students would also be charged on the basis of the number of questions they request revaluation for.
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