Only applications submitted by respective school heads will be accepted
Students seeking review of the West Bengal Higher Secondary (HS) 2021 results will have to approach the West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education (WBSCHSE) through their respective school heads by July 26.
“Only the school heads may approach the Higher Secondary council’s regional office by 3pm on July 26 with an application for review of students unhappy with the results and seek review. We will not accept any application submitted by anyone else other than the respective school heads,” said Mahua Das, president of the West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education (WBCHSE), which conducts the Higher Secondary (HS) examinations.
Das was speaking at press conference to announce the HS 2021 results. Students will be able to check their marks online from 4pm on July 22.
The application must also be accompanied by the answer scripts of the student’s Class XI exams and a copy of the Class XII internal exam marks submitted by the school to the council. “We will review the answer scripts with subject experts and the marks published thereafter will be final,” Das said.
Das said the council was faced with several challenges while collating the results as some schools had delayed submitting the marks for the annual exams and also because in some cases anomalies were found in the marks submitted by the schools.
The HS council president pointed out that some schools had submitted irrationally high marks which the council had to rationalise. "We could have withheld the results of these schools but for the sake of the students we have not done that,” Das said.
“We are requesting all schools to preserve all the internal exam answer scripts of this academic year for any such use in future," Das said.
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