CBSE Results 2017 Students Upset: Errors in Totalling Marks


CBSE Results 2017: Recently CBSE Results for 2017 was announced and the results came out with huge errors. Hundreds of students were applied for CBSE recounting, photocopy of answer sheets and re-evaluation of answer sheets. However, CBSE currently allows only verification re-evaluation will be done only after the court order.

CBSE Mistake in Total

A Delhi girl was horrified when she learnt that she scored 68 in mathematics in her Class XII exam while 99 in economics, 95 in accountancy and 96 in business studies. She applied for recounting and the mark raised to above 90. Another boy, Mohammad Affan who is a Mumbai student scored 80% while scored just 50 in maths. After verification, his marks were revised to 90.

However, a senior official from the Central Board of Secondary Education admitted that there were mistakes in the verification of marks and could be due to various reasons. The parents said that the students can apply for verification and photocopy as there is a huge error in the totalling of marks.

Stay tuned for more updates on CBSE re-evaluation dates and verification results.

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