Class 10, 12 Students allowed to give Feedbacks on Question Paper: CBSE
Respected School Principals have been directed by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) to record the feedback from students and forward it to the Board within 24 hours ‘of the conduct of examination of the subject concerned so that these observations, could be considered by the Expert Group while preparing the Marking Scheme.’
- CBSE to look into the responses given by class 10, 12 students for board exam question paper.
- School principals directed to record genuine grievances and forward it to the Board.
- The record must be submitted within 24 hours ‘of the conduct of examination of the subject concerned’
- These observations to be considered by the Expert group while preparing the Marking Scheme.
- An Observation Schedule released by the Board, the proforma to be filled in by the school principals, to be sent by e-mail or fax to the Board.
Nature of Complaint
The responses can be mentioned by the school principals under ‘question deemed out of Syllabus’ or ‘beyond the comprehension level’ or under ‘defective formation of questions’ category. A category for ‘faulty translation’ is also there & other feedbacks can be specified with relevant details.
The Board has also urged teachers, allotted for answer script checking, to carry out the assessment process as per the marking scheme. 'It deprives the candidates of getting admission in the desired course/college which is detrimental to the future of the candidate(s) concerned as also has an impact on the sanctity of the examination and evaluation conducted by the Board,' reads the notification on the revision of marks.
CBSE board exams will begin on 5 March 2018, after Holi festival. While class 10 board exams will continue until 4 April, for class 12 students the exam will continue until 12 April 2018.
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