CBSE Results 2024: Marks verification from 4th day of result declaration; board issues schedule

    CBSE 10th, 12th Results 2024: Request for marks verification, revaluation of answers, and photocopy of answer books will not be entertained after deadline, said board.


    Prior to the declaration of CBSE 10th, 12th results 2024, the Central Board of Secondary Education has announced the tentative schedule for verification of marks, obtaining photocopies of answer sheets, and revaluation of answers. Accordingly, the verification of marks will begin on the fourth day from the date of declaration of CBSE Board result 2024.

    The board stated that no request for CBSE board result related activities will be entertained after the deadline. CBSE Class 10, 12 results 2024 are likely to be declared after May 20.

    CBSE observed that some students and parents approached the board for result verification after the last date, more than once, which ‘breaches the important examination safety protocol’. These activities are time bound and are available online only, it informed and shared the schedule in advance.

    “Parents, students, schools are therefore, being informed the schedule in advance so that, if need be, they can avail these facilities on as per the instructions issued by the CBSE,” the board iterated in an official notice.

    CBSE Result 2024: Post result schedule

    CBSE informed that the actual schedule of the activities and detailed modalities related to CBSE result verification, revaluation, and others will be issued after the declaration of CBSE 10th, 12th results 2024. Here’s the proposed schedule:


    Proposed schedule

    Verification of marks

    From 4th day from the date of result declaration to 8th day from the date of result declaration

    Obtaining scanned photocopy of the evaluated answer sheets

    From 19th day from the date of result declaration to 20th day from result declaration

    Re-evaluation of answers

    From 24th day from the date of result declaration to 25th day from result declaration

    While proposing the schedule, the board explained that it follows a policy to evaluate the answer sheets and conducts several checks to ensure that the evaluation is correct and the CBSE results are error-free. However, if students are not satisfied with their results, they get the opportunity to get their results rechecked or to see their answer copies.

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