Rajasthan 12th Science Result 2020 Scrutiny Applications Begin: Following the declaration of Class 12 Science Results, Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education (RBSE) has formally commenced the application process for scrutiny of the marks and answer sheet. Under the scrutiny process started by the Rajasthan Board right now, students from science stream, who have received their results yesterday, can register and apply for re-totalling of the marks secured in the respective subjects, if they feel that might be a mistake in the same. To simplify the process of application, especially in the light of COVID-19, the board has launched a dedicated portal for Rajasthan 12th Science Scrutiny Applications. Candidates who want to avail this option can register for apply till 15th July 2020 by logging onto official website bseronline.com. To help candidates reach the portal easily, a direct link to the RBSE 12th Science Result 2020 scrutiny is also provided below:
Dedicated Portal Launched for Scrutiny Applications
In the light of the prevailing situation due to Coronavirus pandemic, the Rajasthan Board has launched a dedicated portal to help students complete the application process for scrutiny. The portal provides important details and information about the scrutiny applications and also provides the steps involved in the application process. Candidates, who want to opt for re-totalling of marks for the recently announced RBSE 12th Science Result 2020 marks, can register or apply for the same via the portal linked above.
Application Fee for Scrutiny Process
According to the official notification available on the scrutiny application portal, students will have to pay the requisite amount of application fee in order to register for the re-totalling of marks for 12th science results. Students who apply on or before 15th July 2020, will need to pay Rs 300/- per subject or per answer sheet for checking or re-totalling of marks. The amount would double to Rs 600/- per answer sheet from 16th to 18th July 2020. Currently, RBSE has not laid any limit on the number of subjects for which students can opt to get answer sheets retotaled. However, candidates must note that as part of the scrutiny process, only total marks will be counted for the applied subjects.