The Supreme Court has ruled that students, who are aggrieved with their class 10 and class 12 examination scores or with their professional entrance or job recruitment test scores, can now move an application under the Right to Information Act 2005. This will allow students to have a look at how their tests were evaluated, rather than just applying for re-tabulation of marks. The newly introduced re-evaluation of answer sheets will include whether the examiner missed out awarding marks where deserved. Previously, students had to wait for two months to get a copy of their answer sheet.
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