Odisha Parents’ Assn Alleges CBSE Yet To Provide Justice To Class-XII Students

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11 July 2017

Tapan Das

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Bhubaneswar: Odisha Parents’ Association on Tuesday alleged that the CBSE Class-XII students, who had moved court over discrepancies in their results, are yet to get the justice.

The Association also alleged that some pages of the answer sheets were missing of a student who had got the copy after Orissa High Court’s direction to the board.

The members of the association today met the Regional Officer (RO) of CBSE here and appraised him about their demands.

“We feel some students are not getting any justice by the board after several requests. The board had told to re-evaluate the papers by July 07 but they didn’t. Therefore, we gave them another 15 days to complete it,” said Association President Sudarsan Das.

He also said if the board continues to harass students then we might stage protest once again. Worth mentioning, on June 22, the parents association had met Union Human Resources Minister Prakash Javadekar in Delhi seeking immediate solution in the matter.

The minister also assured that all students would have access to photo copies of their answer sheets.

Javadekar said the board would re-evaluate the answer sheets of students who come with a court order.

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Sudarsan Das, President, Odisha Parents’ Association