The lawyer representing some of the petitioners said their school has also made a complaint to the CBSE on this aspect.
The new objective format has a five-minute increased reading time, which is quite thoughtful and would help the students to read the questions and the options carefully before selecting right answers.
The exams for minor subjects for classes 10 and 12 will begin from November 17 and November 16 respectively.
The board said the exams will be objective-type and the duration of the tests will be 90 minutes. The exams will start from 11.30 am instead of 10.30 am, keeping in view the winter season.
S Yuvaraj (20) took the supplementary exam from August 6 to 19, the results of which came only on September 13.
“As soon as we start online classes for first-year students, we will offer bridge courses. It will also boost their confidence,” said Ragunathan.
The Directorate of Higher Secondary Education (DHSE) has also advised students to refrain from doing any deal with any private agency or agent and give them documents for admission.
According to students, results were prepared on the basis of class 11th result and they were declared failed or given fewer marks.
With a 96.03 per cent success rate in Science and 95.97 in Commerce, girls outperformed boys in both streams.
Stalin in a statement said that all candidates with disabilities would be exempted from taking up the supplementary class 12 exams which are to begin from August 6.
The region stood at seventh place among the 16 regions in terms of the pass percentage.
The Central Board of Secondary Examination (CBSE) announced much-awaited Class XII results on Friday.
As in the past, girls outshone boys by a margin of 0.54 per cent and over 70,000 students scored above 95 per cent marks.
Some of the biggest achievers in the district are as follows.
Bengaluru region, which covers Karnataka, registered a 99.83 pass percentage in CBSE Class 12 Board examinations, whose results were announced on Friday.