Haryana BSEH Begins Class 12 Supplementary Exam Rechecking, Revaluation
The Board of School Education Haryana (BSEH) has initiated the process of rechecking and revaluation for the Class 12 senior secondary compartment results of 2023. Students enrolled in BSEH senior secondary curriculum (both academic and open) and who have achieved a score exceeding 90% in any subject are now eligible to apply for the re-evaluation of their answer books.
It's important to note that the option for re-evaluation and rechecking is applicable only if the Board possesses the answer book. In cases where the answer book is unavailable due to any reason, the candidate's original marks on the initial marks sheet will be retained, and the Board will not conduct a reevaluation or rechecking in such instances. The fee for this process will be reimbursed to the student's bank account.
The application and fee submission for rechecking must be completed online by August 31. The rechecking cost for the HBSE senior secondary exam paper from July 2023 is Rs 250 per answer book, while reevaluating the assessment paper will cost Rs 1,000 per answer book. Any improvement in a subject's score, even by a single mark, will contribute to the overall grade for that subject. However, according to BSEH, if marks are reduced or altered during the re-evaluation, the results will remain unchanged.
In cases where there is an increase of 15% or more in marks for any subject, the answer book will be sent to a third examiner for further re-evaluation. The final marks awarded will be an average of the scores given by the second and third examiners, in accordance with the established rules and regulations of the Board.
Meanwhile, Haryana Education Minister Kanwar Pal has announced an incentive for students attending state government schools. Students who plant a tree during their 9th grade and care for it until their 12th grade will be eligible to receive additional marks ranging from 1 to 5 in their 12th-grade exams. The allocation of these marks will be determined based on the health and condition of the planted tree. Detailed guidelines regarding this initiative will be issued soon, as confirmed by the Education Minister.