CBSE Re-Evaluation Result: The Delhi High Court said that the ongoing Delhi University Admissions could affect by the answer sheets submitted for re-evaluation to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) this year. Nearly 11 lakh students appear for the Class 12 exams conducted by CBSE, of which 2.47% applied for re-evaluation. Advocate Sandeep Bajaj filed a case, who was representing four students against the board’s notification constraining the examination of imprints to only 12 subjects only and up to 10 questions per subject.
By taking this, High Court asked the CBSE to re-evaluate the answer sheets of all the subjects of all students who wrote Class 12th examinations. The CBSE issued the notice in compatibility to an announcement under the steady gaze of the high court amid the becoming aware of a group of requests that the oppressed understudies could now approach the board under its confirmation plot. On the submission made by the CBSE, the bench on June 23 had disposed of the petitions.
Then, the four students again moved to the high court. The court had also issued notices to the Centre, CBSE and the Delhi University on the plea and sought their replies within ten days. The matter has been fixed for further hearing on July 26.
Delhi University officials said students who are already secured college seats need not worry about this. The Chairperson of Admission Committee, MK Pandit said, “Once a student’s admission is approved, and they pay the admission fees, it will not be canceled even if their marks get reduced after re-evaluation. Admissions will be canceled only if the student provides the university with fabricated certificates and such,”
“The guidelines state that a student who qualifies under a cut-off list but fails to take admission may do so on the last day of admissions under subsequent cut-off lists, subject to the availability of seats,” he added.
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