CBSE 12th result 2016: After the announcement by The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) there are many students who were disappointed with their CBSE class 12 result and want to apply for revaluation of mark sheets – the solution for them lies in the CBSE revaluation 2016 process. Students should know the revaluation of CBSE 2016 process will begin from May 26th and it is a time-bound procedure after which no requests will be entertained. The detailed information regarding the revaluation will be notified at the official website of CBSE. Some students, especially the ones who took the Mathematics paper, are looking to get their marks re-evaluated. CBSE class 12 result 2016 was declared on Saturday, May 21 on its official website cbse.nic.in. While students should keep checking cbse.nic.inand cbseresults.nic.in for latest updates, here are a few pointers about CBSE revaluation form 2016 that will help students:
It should be noted that such candidates may, or may not, get relief even as CBSE does provide the chance for applying for revaluation. The process is cumbersome and takes time, but there have been cases where students have benefitted from it.
In case of main examination, the CBSE revaluation 2016 application has to be submitted within 21 days while in case of compartment examination, it is only 15 days.
Candidates are required to submit the application for verification of marks for the revaluation process. Only those aspirants are eligible to challenge the marks awarded to any question who have applied for getting photocopy of the evaluated answer book. The candidates can apply for revaluation of marks only in English Core, English Elective (NCERT), English Elective (CBSE), Hindi Core, Hindi Elective, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Business Studies, Economics and Accountancy. A candidate who is applying for the verification of marks should send the application for CBSE revaluation form 2016 for the same to the concerned regional officer.
CBSE class 12 result 2016 revaluation will include checking whether all the answers have been evaluated, cross-checking the mistakes in the totalling/grading of marks/grades for each question in that subject, matching whether the transferred marks/grades are correct on the title page of the answer book and on the award list, and verifying whether the supplementary answer book(s) attached with the answer book mentioned by the candidate are corerct or not.
Candidates must note that no revaluation of the answer book or supplementary answer book(s) shall be done in this procedure.
In the CBSE class 12 result 2016, Sukriti Gupta of Montfort School in Delhi clinched the top position nationally with 497 of 500 in CBSE class 12th exams. Overall pass percentage of Thiruvananthapuram region (Kerala) is highest in the country with 97.61%