CBSE addresses Class 10 Odia paper discrepancy, to announce decision in 24 hours

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The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Monday issued a press note confirming that it was looking for discrepancies with Odia North Kitty for Class 10 Term 1 exams. The board further assured that they would announce a decision within 24 hours.

One school claimed to the CBSE that the answers to some of the questions on the Odia subject in the Class-10 Term 1 exam were incorrect.

“It is learned that on 11.03.2022, the performance of the students in the Term-1 examination of Class-10 was reported by CBSE to all the schools.

Later, a dispute arose from a school over the answer to the Oriya subject in class-10 and it was claimed that the answers given to the answers to some of the questions were incorrect. Therefore, to confirm the actual position, an expert committee has been constituted by the Board which will examine the discrepancies raised in the representation. The board will make an appropriate decision within 24 hours based on the report of the expert committee “, read the note.

See the press note here

The CBSE also said that they have formed an expert committee to look into the matter and will inform the students and the school about their decision within 24 hours. The decision will be taken on the basis of the recommendations of the expert committee.

The Central Board has provided an online dispute resolution system for CBSE Term 1 Results 2021-22. Students, parents, teachers can raise objections till March 26.

Several students have claimed on Twitter that there were several errors in the CBSE Class 10 Oriya question paper and no favors were given for it. Several students also claimed that there were 12 incorrect answers in the Class 10 Oriya question paper.

One student wrote on Twitter, “… 12 answers in the Oriya question paper were incorrect. The answer has not been corrected. So it is showing a huge disregard for Oriya language, which is a big loss for students who choose Oriya as their second language. So I request you to reconsider and verify the matter. Please support the students to get justice. “

Another student further wrote, “Please support the students to get justice. All CBSE students in India have got justice in English and we want justice for our Oriya! Pay attention to our concerns. Thanks. “

“@ Cbseindia29 @dpradhanbjp @EduMinOfIndia There seems to be an error in the assessment of CBSE Term 1 Class X Odia subject, due to which second language Odia students are given very low marks. Most of them got full marks in other subjects. Please correct the signs, “said a Twitter user, tagging Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan and CBSE.

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