Extreme caution in checking copies of board examination, ban on mobile carrying
Orders for an examiner to check only 20 copies
The evaluation has started between the 10th, 12th board examinations of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). The board has set a target of releasing the results in May. Around 150 nodal centers have been set up by CBSE Dehradun Region for evaluation. Teams have been formed to monitor these centers.
Mobile phones have been banned within the center of whoever is going to check the exam copy. The board has already taken strict measures to send examiners to schools. According to the information, only 20 copies are being given to an examiner for examination in a day so that there is no disturbance of any level in the examination of the answer sheet.
Around 900 head examiners have been provided for all 150 centers. All the teachers have been instructed that if there is a mistake, penalty action will be taken directly against them. All the City Coordinators have also been alerted. After examining the copy of the examiner, the head examiner is re-checking it.
The board’s objective is that this time the evaluation is completely error-free. CBSE regional officer Ranbir Singh said that full vigilance is being taken in the evaluation work. Examiners are also being sent from schools at the right time. Action will be taken against the school which will not send the examiner in future.