Bhubaneswar: With the fate of hundreds of students in Odisha hanging in balance, Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Tuesday sought intervention of Union HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar in the alleged discrepancies in the publication of CBSE class 12 results.
In a letter, Patnaik has urged Javadekar for urgent measures for resolving the issue concerning the fate of the students.
Earlier, Union Minister Dharmendra Pradhan had also come to the rescue of hundreds of students and their parents who are now moving pillar to post against irregularities in the publication of CBSE class 12 results.
Pradhan today met a delegation of students and assured to take up the issue with Union HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar for necessary action.
In a tweet Pradhan said he requested the Union Minister to intervene in the alleged discrepancies in the results.
According to reports, the results of several students in Odisha have allegedly been withheld without any reason. The CBSE class 12 board results were published on May 28.
The students and their guardians have also alleged that the evaluation of the answer sheets have been faulty. A series of protests outside regional CBSE office were also launched by the students since Monday.
The protesters are demanding immediate action by the CBSE for revaluation of the answer sheets and immediate publication of the withheld results.
In a latest development, Union HRD Minister in a tweet message informed that two officials would be deputed tomorrow to discuss with concerned officials to resolve the issue.