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The online submission of HS PPR PPS 2020 application for HS Examination-2020 is now going on. The link will be available till 31/08/2020.  The deposition of PPS/PPR Application Fee should be made using the online computer-generated Challan with Debit Card/Credit Card and Net Banking facility.

Meaning of HS PPR PPS

  • PPS: It denotes Post Paper Scrutiny. Here, only the marks will be recalculated. The paper will not be rechecked.
  • PPR: It denotes Post Paper Review. In this case, the whole answer script is rechecked.

HS PPR PPS 2020 or RTI?

  1. If you are not satisfied with the PPR/PPS Result, you can apply for RTI
  2. You can apply for the Photocopy of your original Answer Sheets through RTI (Right to Information Act).
  3. You are requested not to apply for RTI along with PPS/PPR. You can apply for RTI after the result of PPS/PPR
  4. If you are unsatisfied with your PPS/PPR Result, you can apply for your Answer Sheets as RTI within 6 months of your HS result.

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Rule of HS PPS PPR 2020

  1. Application fee for PPR is Rs.75/- (Seventy Five only) for each subject. Application fee for PPS is Rs.50/-(Fifty only) for each subject.
  2. Application for PPR/PPS shall be restricted to theoretical papers only. You can’t apply for the cancelled exams.
  3. Grade secured in Environmental education shall not be taken into account in order to determine the eligibility for review and there shall be no review in Environmental education.
  4. Application for review may be made in the subject(s) for which Post Publication Scrutiny(PPS) is not sought for.
  5. Application for review may be made for a maximum of two subjects provided that the (theory) marks obtained in the subjects(s) for which review is sought for cannot be less than 20%- for Regular & Continuing candidates.
  6. A failed candidate may seek review provided he/she obtains at least Grade C in two compulsory subjects(Language or Elective)– for Regular & Continuing candidates.
  7. A special candidate may seek review in one subject only, provided theory marks in the subject is 20% or above.
  8. A Regular & Continuing passed candidate may seek review provided that he/she has obtained a higher grade in the other three subjects than the grade obtained in subject/s for which review is sought for. For review in optional elective subjects, the candidate must have obtained Grade ’F’ in the said optional elective subject.
  9. A candidate with overall consistency in results reflected in securing the same grade i.e. O or A+ / A or B+ / B or C / P in all the subjects including optional elective subject shall not be eligible to seek review –for Regular & Continuing candidates.
  10. The duly filled in online applications for Post Publication Review / Post Publication Scrutiny along with the fees to be submitted within fifteen days from the date of publication of the result.
  11. An incomplete or incorrect application for PPR/PPS shall summarily be rejected by the Council and no enquiry or correspondence shall be entertained in this regard.
  12. No application for PPR/PPS shall be entertained beyond the specified period under any circumstances.
  13. Results of PPR/PPS shall be communicated to the institutions concerned by the Council. Institution/Candidate may also know the result from the Council’s Website.
  14. Candidate applying for review shall have to accept the results of review/scrutiny.

Procedure to Apply for PPS/PPR

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