Mumbai divisional board has released data until the date of June 29th which was the last day to apply for re valuation and the data says that 5014 applications has been received for photocopy and 1462 applications for the request of re valuation. According to some officials, a dip in the pass percentage has resulted in a huge number of applications for the re valuation. In the secondary sector, 706 students have applied for the re valuation, around 19000 has been applied for the photocopy and for the re totaling of the answer sheets.
In recent years, in every state around the country, there was huge rise in the pass percentage and no students was much interested in going for re valuation. This year again, there is dip in the pass percentage as the correction made little tougher which eventually ended in the revaluation requests and the re totaling requests. Students will be getting their results of their request within eight days from the last date of the request application date. It is a healthy trend that the students are trying hard to get that extra marks entered their mark sheets as it will be crucial for their career and it is becoming a healthy trend.