28 state boards delayed JEE data: CBSE
An estimated to 1,334 aspirants from Telangana are still looking forward for their JEE main results, as CBSE or Central Board of Secondary Education is facing several criticism for delaying the exam results and ranking lists. In accordance with the CBSE officials, 28 education boards were found in default with directing the data for results on time.
Potentially, CBSE decided to make the declaration of results on July 5, 2015, but the National Institutes of Technology and Indian Institutes of Technology compelled that that the results must be declared fairly on June 25, which finally was announced on June 30.
A senior Official mentioned while quoting,” On Thursday morning, a day after the results were declared, the principal secretary of Telangana came to CBSE with the data. We sat with the data for four hours and it had 291 errors. Telangana Board said that they had outsourced the data which led to the delay. But how is CBSE responsible for that?". Satbir Bedi, the Managing Chairperson of CBSE, show her disinterest in commenting over these issues but did stated that it is truly unfair to criticize the announcement, as the results were announced early, prior to the scheduled date.
She also delivered.” 28 education Boards delayed in sending their data. We emailed them and repeatedly called them up. CBSE is working on the results of the students from Telangana and it will be released as soon as they are ready,”
Some of the other boards that were included in delay involve Assam, Bihar, Goa, Gujarat, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Kerala and Madhya Pradesh, among others.