The West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE) is making parents or guardians, instead of students, apply for re-checking and scrutiny of their Madhyamik exam answer sheets.
The schools require to keep a record of the application from the guardian instead of the student. They need to mention the roll number, name, subjects (for rechecking), and a photocopy of the mark sheet.
Thus, the board released a notice on July 24 stating that ‘the guardian of a student will be signatory instead of the student’. In Post Publication Review (PPR) and Post Publication Scrutiny (PPS), they have to apply application here.
Further directions by WBBSE
The West Bengal Madhyamik Result was announced on July 15. The last date to apply the application for scrutiny and re-checking is August 17, 2020.
The guardian will sign instead of the student for the Scrutiny List of Registration for class 9 (2019). The guardians must check the important details like name, father’s/guardian’s name, and date of birth with the birth certificate of the candidate.
Furthermore, the board notified guardians that they can go for the admissions’ procedure. Hence, the student’s presence is not necessary.
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