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CBSE 10th & 12th Online Dispute Redressal Window Opens till 20th April

CBSE Term 1 Result Revaluation Last Date Extended

The Central Board of Secondary Education has extended the last date to apply for CBSE Term 1 Result 2022 revaluation. Now the students can challenge their CBSE Term 1 Result 2022 till the 20th of April 2022. The students can submit their problems to their respective schools and schools can collect all the issues faced by students and can file the complaint till 20th April 2022 through the Online Dispute Redressal Mechanism – School Request Submission for Resolution (SRSR Portal) of the Central Board of Secondary Education. 

CBSE Latest News 2022

According to recent reports from the Central Board Of Secondary Education, CBSE has already released the Class 12th Term 1 Result on 19th March 2022 for the CBSE Class 12th Exam 2021-22. On the other hand, CBSE has issued the class 10 Term 1 Result on 12th March 2022. The Online Dispute Redressal Mechanism for Class 12 Term 1 Students has been made available with immediate effect after the release of CBSE Class 10th and 12th Term 1 Result 2021-22. Students can submit their disputes regarding the scores of CBSE Term 1 Result to the schools, and the schools can forward the combined objections of all the students to the CBSE board. Candidates who have appeared in the CBSE Term 1 Exam 2022 must bookmark this page to get all the latest updates from the Central Board of Secondary Education.

CBSE Latest News: Revaluation Application Process Begins

The Central Board of Secondary Education has shared the CBSE Class 10th and 12th Term 1 Result 2022 with the CBSE affiliated schools. The CBSE 10th and 12th Revaluation windows have officially begun for students. The Central Board Of Secondary Education has now made the online dispute redressal mechanism available for term 1 examinations. The students can file objections for CBSE Class 12th Term 1 Result 2022 till 31st March 2022. While the last date to file objections for CBSE Class 10th Term 1 Result 2022 is 26th March 2022.

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CBSE 10th & 12th Term 1 Performance of Students

In addition, the performance of students from 62 schools has been conveyed provisionally and is being reviewed, according to a CBSE statement announcing the release of the CBSE term 1 Class 12th result. As per the announcement made by CBSE, “ The final mark sheet or passing certificate will be provided after the CBSE term 2 examinations. The Class 12th passing certificate will be prepared on the basis of marks obtained by the students in the Class 12th Term 1 and Term 2 examinations. To ensure consistency with prior results, just one Mark Sheet and Passing Certificate will be provided following the Term-II examination. For Term 1, no Mark Sheet or Passing Certificate is presently awarded”. 

CBSE  12th Online Dispute Redressal Window Opens till 31st March

Students can register their disputes with their schools using an online dispute redressal mechanism facility, and schools can file complaints with the board collectively. However, the CBSE said that any issues relating to CBSE term 1 result scores would be resolved jointly with the verification and after the announcement of CBSE Term 2 results. CBSE said that in all situations where issues were identified in the question papers or marking schemes, the board took appropriate care and calculated/recalculated the students’ performance taking into account the updated answer key wherever applicable or provided marks for dropped questions. 

Steps to apply for CBSE Term 1 Re-evaluation & Dispute Settlement

Students who have issues about their scores and seek to raise them must first contact their schools to file their complaints. Schools can address their disputes online by following the steps outlined below.

Step 1: Visit the official website of the Central Board of Secondary Education at https://www.cbse.gov.in

Step 2: Select the “Main Website”, it will redirect you to the main page of the Central Board of Secondary Education. Navigate to the “School Request submission for Resolution (Term 1 Results-2022)” provided on the home page and click on it. 

Step 3: It will redirect you to the new page, select “Continue as a school”.

Step 4: The “School Login ” page will appear on your system screen. Where you will be asked to fill in the “Username”, “Password”, and “Captcha Code”. Enter all the details accurately and click on the login button.

Step 5: A page will appear, where you can submit your disputes regarding the CBSE Term 1 Result 2022, submit your valid disputes and click on the “submit” button. 

Step 6: Download and take a print of the receipt for future use. 

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CBSE 10th & 12th Online Dispute Redressal Settlement Window Opens: FAQs

Q. When will CBSE release the CBSE Class 12th Term 1 Result 2022?

The Central Board of Secondary Education has already shared the mark sheet of CBSE Class 12th Term 1 Result 2022 with the affiliated schools. The students can collect their scorecards from their respective schools.

Q. What is the last date to submit the disputes regarding the result for Class 12th?

The CBSE has provided the Online Dispute Redressal Window for students who have issues regarding their CBSE Class 12 Term 1 Result 2022. The last date to submit the dispute for Class 12th is 31st March 2022. 

Q. What is the last date to submit the disputes regarding the result for Class 10th?

The CBSE has provided the Online Dispute Redressal Window for students who have issues regarding their CBSE Class 10 Term 1 Result 2022. The last date to submit the dispute for Class 10th is 26th  March 2022. 

Q. How can I challenge the 12th and 10th CBSE results?

We have provided the steps to CBSE Term 1 Re-evaluation on this page. You can follow the steps given on this page to challenge CBSE Term 1 Result.

Q. Do marks increase in revaluation CBSE Term 1 Result?

There is no limit to the marks increase in the CBSE Term 1 Result revaluation. If there is an issue in the calculation of marks, the CBSE will resolve it and your marks may increase in this case. 

 

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