After receiving direction from Delhi High Court, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Tuesday said it has preponed all its activities of conduct of examination, declaration of result and process of verification and re-evaluation.
“As per the directives of Hon’ble High Court of Delhi, CBSE has preponed all its activities of conduct of examination, declaration of result and process of verification and re-evaluation,” Rama Sharma, PRO CBSE said.
In a letter to Registrar of Delhi University, the CBSE has urged to align the admission process as per its schedule. Now, Delhi University has to fix the last date of submission of application form for admission in Delhi University in such a manner that the work of re-evaluation gets over prior to the last date of Delhi University admission process.
Immediately, after the examinations were over, the tentative schedule of verification of marks and re-evaluation was also hosted on the website for the information of all the stakeholders.
This year, the CBSE has declared its result 28 days before the last years’ date and accordingly, other activities have also been advanced.
A total of 12,87,359 students appeared for Class 12 board examination, out of which 7,48,498 are boys and 5,38,861 girls.
Institution-wise, Kendriya Vidyalaya emerged with the highest number of passing students in the country with a pass percentage of 98.54 per cent, followed by Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya with a pass percentage of 96.62 per cent.