CBSE: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has made several modifications to the CBSE response booklet copy checking process to decrease mistake and enhance the CBSE result precision. After this meeting, these guidelines will be followed
An evaluator needs to evaluate 20 answer booklet of the main subjects instead of the current 25
A surveyor currently requires to inspect at least 25 response booklets, but now they only need to inspect 20 copies. While speaking to the press, Sanyam Bhardwaj, examination controller, CBSE said the move is to create the assessment method smoother, transparent and error-free. If evaluators need to verify smaller copies, the burden on them will be reduced.
An evaluator or additional head examine has to supervise correct evaluation of 80 copies per day instead of the current 100
As the number of reply booklets decreased to 20 copies per day, one examiner or additional head examiner (AHE) must now ensure that 80 reply booklets per day are correctly evaluated instead of the current 100.
Earlier, one evaluator evaluated 25 response booklets from key topics such as math, physics, biology, etc. The evaluators interchange the response booklets as the assessment is performed to guarantee that no errors have been overlooked. So basically, one examiner or AHE manages four evaluators during the evaluation, who must check 100 copies a day.