CBSE Revaluation

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has announced the result of class 12 Result on 13th July 2020. After one day of a gap, the board has declared the CBSE Class 10 Result on 15th July 2020. As the results are out, students were happy to see their result. But, few of them found that the marks obtained by them are not as per their expectation. Whatever they have performed in the examination, they have not secured that much marks. So, such students of class 10 and class 12 who are not satisfied with their scores can apply for re-evaluation on the official website of CBSE. The board has released a notice issuing the complete detail of CBSE Revaluation process for class 10 and class 12 on 16th July 2020 and 22nd July 2020 respectively. Go through this article to know the entire revaluation process 2020.

Below are the list of options via which a student can apply for revaluation process.

  1. Verification of Marks
  2. Photocopy of Answer Sheets
  3. Revaluation of Answers
  4. Difference Between CBSE Revaluation and Rechecking

Students can also download the official notice of revaluation process for Class 10 and 12 from the link below.

Revaluation Process 2020 for Class 10 – Download PDF

Revaluation Process 2020 for Class 12 – Download PDF

Verification of Marks

For CBSE Class 10 Students:

Activity Duration Fee
Applying Online 20th July to 24th July 2020 up to 5 pm Rs 500/- per subject

For CBSE Class 12 Students:

Activity Duration Fee
Applying Online 23rd July to 24th July 2020 up to 5 pm Rs 500/- per subject
  • Students will be communicated the result of verification in the following manner
  • The result of verification of marks will be uploaded on the official website of CBSE Board.
  • In the case of marks change, a letter will also be sent to the applicant by Speed Post by concerned Regional Office of CBSE.
  • If there is no change of marks then, no letter will be sent by CBSE.
  • To check the status of verification request applicants are advised to visit CBSE’s website.
  • Only those students who will apply for verification of marks online will be eligible to apply for obtaining photocopy of answer book in those subjects.

Steps to apply for verification of marks :

  1. Visit the official website of CBSE
  2. Click on “Apply for Verification”.
  3. Fill your details and then submit.
  4. Pay the application fee.
  5. Do note down the application number or the reference number for further use.

Obtaining Photocopy of Evaluated Answer Sheet

For CBSE Class 10 Students:

Activity Duration Fee
Applying Online 4th August to 5th August 2020 up to 5 pm Rs 500/- per answer book

For CBSE Class 12 Students:

Activity Duration Fee
Applying Online 1st August to 2nd August 2020 up to 5 pm Rs 700/- per answer book
  • As prescribed above, only those candidates who have applied for verification of marks online will be eligible to apply for obtaining photocopy of the evaluated answer books.
  • Applications will be rejected if it is submitted on behalf of the candidate and also incomplete application and fees deposited shall be forfeited without any further reference.
  • Candidates can get their photocopy of the evaluated answer book by login into their account after blocking all information relating to the identity of the Examiner/Evaluator/any other official associated with the examination process, etc.
  • If any candidate wants to challenge the marks awarded to any question, then he/she can apply online as per the schedule for re-evaluation of marks.

Steps to apply for Photocopy of Answer Sheets

  1. Visit the official site of CBSE
  2. Click on “apply for answer book “ then click on “apply online”.
  3. Now fill the details and follow the instructions.
  4. Then you will be redirected to “generate undertaking ” page and follow the instructions.
  5. Then you have to upload some documents, upload the required documents and you will be redirected to the payment page.
  6. Pay the fees and write down the reference number and the application number.

Revaluation of Answers

For CBSE Class 10 Students:

Activity Duration Fee
Applying Online 10th August to 11th August 2020 upto 5 pm Rs 100/- per question

For CBSE Class 12 Students:

Activity Duration Fee
Applying Online 6th August to 7th August 2020 upto 5 pm Rs 100/- per answer book
  • Only those students are eligible to apply for re-evaluation who have applied for obtaining photocopy of the evaluated answer book.
  • The request for re-evaluation shall only be accepted for theory portion at Rs 100 per question.
  • The applicant will have to refer to the marking scheme in the subject concerned which would be available on the website along with the question paper.
  • After that, candidates can submit application for re-evaluation in the required questions with reasoning.
  • Candidates can check the status of re-evaluation on their official website followed by a formal letter by speed post.
  • Even decrease of one mark shall be affected and no review against the re-evaluation would be entertained.

Students must know how to calculate the CGPA from the grade points obtained in all the subject.

Steps to apply for revaluation:

  1. Visit the official site of CBSE.
  2. Now click on “apply for revaluation”.
  3. Then click on apply online and fill all the details, after filling the details click on proceed next.
  4. Then you will be redirected to “generate undertaking ” page and follow the instructions.
  5. Upload the required documents and you will be redirected to the payment page.
  6. Pay the fees and write down the reference number and the application number.

Difference Between CBSE Revaluation and Rechecking

Most of the time students get confused between the revaluation and rechecking process. So, to give them a clear understanding, we have listed core differences between the CBSE Revaluation and CBSE Rechecking.

CBSE Rechecking

Rechecking is the process when only the re-calculation of the marks is done. Students apply for the rechecking process when they are not satisfied with their marks and feel that there is some calculation mistake done by the examiner during the evaluation process. Those who apply for rechecking, sometimes their marks are deducted and sometimes marks increased. Those students whose marks are increased, they receive a mistake letter by CBSE.

  1. CBSE introduced the rechecking process long back, and it’s still in continuation.
  2. Rechecking is the re-calculation of marks only.
  3. Examiners can check the marks given by the previous examiner. He/She checks only the calculation mistakes done by the previous examiner.
  4. The rechecking process is applicable for both Class 10th and 12th and can be done for all the subjects.

Example: Suppose a student was expecting 95 in a particular subject and he/she got just 59 marks. Then it might be possible that there is some calculation mistake. Then, in such a situation, a student must apply for rechecking of the answer sheet. During the rechecking process, the marks of the students will be counted from the very first page and very first answer. If there is any mistake done by the examiner while calculating the marks, it will be rectified.

CBSE Revaluation

Revaluation is basically the checking of a particular question in the answer sheet. For this, a student has to go through the 3 processes, i.e. verification of the marks, photocopy of answer sheet and revaluation of answers. All these processes, we have described above in detail.

  1. CBSE Revaluation was introduced in 2014 and was decided to discontinue in 2017. But now it is again implemented.
  2. Revaluation is done by another examiner who cannot see the marks given to a particular answer by the previous examiner.
  3. The Revaluation process checks the evaluation mistakes for each answer and assigns fresh marks.
  4. The Evaluation process is applicable for both Class 10th and 12th. But, it can be done for maximum 10 questions.

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