CBSE Results 2020: Here are the steps to verify class X, XII marks

In case of any change in marks, the student will have to surrender his old marksheet through post to get a new one

New Delhi July 17 dmanewsdesk: Recently passed class X, XII students planning to apply for marks verification, seek photocopies of answer books or request a re-evaluation will have to undergo a three-step online process by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). Students can apply at

Students will have to pay processing charges for the same. All fee payments will be done online. While only one application per candidate will be accepted for each step, a student can apply for more than one subject. “The board will not be responsible for any loss or damage or any inconvenience, consequent to the revision of marks or delay in communication, for reasons beyond control,” the CBSE notice stated.

In case of any change in marks, the student will have to surrender his old marksheet through post to get a new one. “The outcome of the verification and the re-evaluation will be final and binding,” CBSE stated.

After the re-evaluation, in case the status of any candidate changes to compartment, s/he will have to apply separately for appearing in the compartment examination.

Any candidate who has applied for verification can check the updated marks on the CBSE website. “In case of any change in marks, a letter will also be sent to the applicant by Speed Post or through email by the regional office concerned,” CBSE said.

Candidates have been advised to visit the CBSE website for the status of their verification request. “Only those candidates who will apply for verification will be eligible to apply for photocopy of answer books.”

Answer copies will be made available to the student book only after the verification process is over. It will be provided to them through their login account. A candidate will have to first apply for a photocopy and then pay Rs 100 per question that he wants to be re-evaluated.

The candidates can also demand their answer books under the RTI Act 2005, but cannot seek verification or re-evaluation under it.

Source: Education Times

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