The Delhi High Court observed that the CBSE should not have done away with the re evaluation policy as the evaluators are also prone making mistakes in evaluation of answer sheets.
“You (CBSE) should not have done that. You too make mistakes,” Justice Sanjeev Sachdeva said.
A dialogue between Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and the Court: the CBSE lawyer said that only 0.21 per cent mistakes out of the 10 lakh students affected the students; that’s why the re-evaluation policy was scrapped- interestingly the court retorted careers of 2100 students are at stake. A fraction of a mark can change the lives of the people.
The CBSE in another similar matter had submitted that it will on that date be challenging an Orissa High Court order directing it to re-evaluate answer sheets of 159 students of the state.
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