Aakriti Mangar has checked the Center’s website for secondary education more than 10 times since Tuesday night.
“The table unnecessarily revise the result. This creates anxiety,” said Mangar, a model student at BCM Arya High School in Ludhiana.
Mangar is one of hundreds of thousands of students who took the CBSE 12 class exam between March 9 and April 29 and are tense and anxious waiting for their results.
The Ministry of Human Resources Development Union decided on Wednesday to seek legal advice in the order of the Supreme Court of Delhi asking the board to pursue a policy marking it recently decided to nix.
Moderation refers to the manipulation of scores of total factor scores based on students, such as difficulty levels in different sets of questions.
Sources said that CBSE will announce its future actions and the decision on the results at 17:30.
Last year, we reported the results of class 12 May 21 and May 28 class 10
Although the upper court leadership of Delhi was a relief to many students, parents agreed that thank-you notes should be given, but they add that if the policy should be changed, it should be done before the exams. Like Mangar, Kendriya Vidyalaya Aagman Singh of Jalandhar said he and his friends visited an Internet café to check the results every day since Monday. “The board should at least specify the date on which the outcome will be declared. The news updates finally surprise us even more,” he said.
Divya Aggarwal Public School Shiv Jyoti, Jalandhar, said he had received calls from friends since Wednesday morning. “I’m constantly on the phone and checking email applications. There’s so much confusion about the date and time of the results that it scares me,” he said.