Candidates can now apply for the verification of marks and a photocopy of the evaluated answer books. Those who are not satisfied with their marks can apply for re-evaluation.
Around 13 lakh students appeared for the Class 12 examination
Most parents pointed out that the answers were not marked properly along with unnecessary deductions being made.
The CBSE had come under attack after the economics paper of the Class 12 board exams was leaked in March, affecting lakhs of students, and a re-examination was ordered.
According to the norms, all applications which are received by the board on or before June 30 every year, may be processed together within six months
The announcement had come after the board received complaints that question papers of two subjects were leaked
The CBSE class-12 economic paper and class-10 mathematics paper were leaked around two weeks ago.
The accused had allegedly leaked the economics paper half an hour before the exam and sent it to the teachers on WhatsApp, the police said.
A senior police officer said they had got a reply from the online search engine but refused to divulge further details.
Kulbhushan Sharma, the president of the National Independent Schools Alliance, said the CBSE paper leak issue had caused “immense stress” for children.
Student groups and the Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee (DPCC) also demonstrated outside the CBSE headquarters in east Delhi's Preet Vihar, raising various demands, including an independent investigation
The board's chairperson Anita Karwal had received the e-mail a day before the mathematics exam, which was held on March 28
The CBSE has also said that its chairperson had received an e-mail about the Class 10 mathematics paper being leaked a day before the exam, police officials said.
Alok Kumar, joint commissioner of police, crime, confirmed a case was registered yesterday following a complaint by the Board.
He said he was "saddened" by reports that the papers had leaked and asserted that he was confident that the police would investigate and nab the culprits.
The development comes after Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia tweeted this morning about the complaints received by him in this regard.
CBSE has set up a panel to conduct a review meeting to look into the matter and ascertain if the exams need to be scrapped.
The order was passed as a response to several petitions moved by medical aspirants aggrieved by various other eligibility norms which bar them from applying for the NEET-UG, application deadline for which is March 9.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) told a bench comprising Justices Arun Mishra and F A Nazeer that earlier students were allowed to take NEET in 10 languages including Hindi and English.
The Central Board of Secondary Education has declared CBSE UGC Net Result 2017, exams for which were held on November 5, 2017.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has asked its affiliated schools across the country to ensure that Independence day celebrations do not cause "undue strain" to students
The board, which started the process once again after a Delhi High Court judgment in favor of re-evaluation of answer scripts, has set a July 7 deadline to apply for the scrutiny of marks for particular question (s) in the theory paper
The Delhi High Court had asked CBSE not to scrap the policy, saying it is not advisable to implement the change mid-way.
A common curriculum for select subjects is also on the cards.
The petitioners have alleged that uniform question papers were not given. In Tamil Nadu, a different set of questions was given to those who opted for English and Tamil, they said claiming that the one in Tamil was easier.