The CBSE declared the class 12 board results 2017 on May 2017 on May 28 on its website cbseresults.nic.in
But it seems like CBSE has declared the results in pressure from higher authorities.
With various reports suggesting that CBSE has made errors in totalling a question mark has been raised.
Recently many students across India were seen disappointed with their marks.
Sonali a Delhi student was horrified to learn, that she had scored 68 in mathematics.
Samiksha Sharma , who wanted admission in Delhi university College was shocked to know that she scored just 42 mathematics.
After they applied for retotalling Sonali have scored 95 from 68 and Samiksha scored 90 from 42.
Reports also says that number of retotalling applications has been huge when compared to previous years.
In 2016 only few applied for revaluation.Currently the board does only verification and not re-valuation.
Two important questions arises here 1. What is happening to the education system of India? 2. The national board of India CBSE losing its credibility?
“All students should be allowed to obtain their evaluated answer sheets and then if they want, they should be allowed to apply for re-evaluation,” said a parent on anonymity.