The protesters demanded immediate steps by the CBSE for revaluation of the answer sheets and immediate publication of the withheld results.
"I was shocked to find that I have secured 5 marks in Maths and 8 in Chemistry, while my English score is 85. I am not as bad a student to fail in the exam. I don't believe it.
I want revaluation of the papers at the earliest," said an aggrieved student of a city school.
She said her results were withheld till last evening and then she found that she has failed.
When contacted, CBSE's regional officer Sumita Singh said that the aggrieved students who came with their parents submitted a representation.
"We received their representation and forwarded it to our head office," she said.
"Most of the students complained that they have got low marks than expected and sought revaluation," Singh said.
Regarding results which were kept withheld, she said it was due to some technical problem which has now been sorted out.
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