Protests continue over faulty evaluation of Plus II papers in Odisha

Bhubaneswar, 4 June-2014: Around 2,500 students, who appeared in the annual Plus II examinations, applied for revaluation at the CHSE head office here on Tuesday.

Protests continue over faulty evaluation of Plus II papers in Odisha

Protests continue over faulty evaluation of Plus II papers in Odisha

“Around 2,500 students have submitted applications for revaluation of their answer sheets on Tuesday,” CHSE chairman Basudev Chhatoi said. The applicants waited in two long queues for their turn to fill up the application forms for re-evaluation of the answer sheets.

Chhatoi said students, who have secured over 90 per cent of marks and are applying for re-addition in one or two subjects, can get their answer sheets within 48 hours of the submission of their particulars, while those who have secured below 90 per cent and are applying for revaluation in more than one subjects will get them within 10 days of submitting their applications.

The Higher Education department on Tuesday informed that the aggrieved students can apply for re-checking of their examination papers by June 30.

The students can download the application form from the department’s website, Forms can be deposited at the CHSE head office and its three zonal offices in Brahmapur, Sambalpur and Baripada within the specified time.

Meanwhile, members of the All India Democratic Students’ Organisation (AIDSO) staged a demonstration in front of the CHSE office here demanding the waiver of fees for re-evaluation and photocopy of answer sheets from the students.

The Odisha unit of BJP Yuva Morcha has too announced that it will gherao the CHSE office here and its three regional offices to protest against the irresponsible attitude of the authorities.

As per the revised rate, students now have to pay Rs 100 instead of Rs 200 for re-checking/re-addition and Rs 200 for obtaining photocopies of answer sheets instead of the Rs 600 fixed earlier.

They also demanded stringent action against the erring officials responsible for the faulty evaluation of answer sheets.

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