Hyderabad: Bearing in mind the unrest that ensued following the Intermediate results fiasco, the state SSC board is being extra careful in its processing, which has led to a delay in the declaration of results.
“There will be a slight delay in the announcement of results for we want to ensure accuracy in our assessment. Consequently, verification is being conducted at five different levels,” said Mr Vijay Kumar, commissioner of school education.
It was also said that if a student happens to score zero in any subject/s, then the same will be re-evaluated.
The revised result will then be shared with the headmaster of the concerned school for verification, and a login ID and password will be provided for the same.
Additionally, it was said that students will be allowed an opportunity to communicate their grievances on the online platform and that their grievances will be acknowledged after the declaration of the revised scores.
Lastly, the board has declared that students suspicious of being marked incorrectly may apply for reverification and that it will issue a refund to those students in the cases of whom, the error is found to be committed on the board’s part.