The students who had complained about discrepancies in the markings can breathe a sigh of relief.
The CBSE on Friday announced that it will scrutinise such answer sheets and take appropriate action.
However the requests will be based on First come , First serve.
The papers of those who have already applied for re-verification will be given first preference.
The marking scheme will be uploaded in the website with in two working days.
Sanjay Jain , additional Solicitor general told ,
“My submissions to the court don’t revisit the re-evaluation policy, which stands withdrawn. Rather, it indicates a liberal approach proposed to be applied to the verification policy in the facts and the circumstances pointed out in the batch of the petitioners of this year.”
Justices Manmohan and Yogesh Khanna accepted the statements made by ASG .
The court said , “The statements of ASG shall bind CBSE with regards to those students as well who have already applied with a similar grievance, and will not confine to the petitioners only.”
Jain submitted that the timeline for re-verification of the answer-sheets will be extended and apparent mistakes in the marking will also be fixed during the re-verification.