CBSE News: Board exam 2021: Supreme Court to hear pleas to cancel state boards, CBSE compartment exams today


NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Monday will hear petitions seeking cancellation of physical examinations of class 12 held by various state boards, Central Board of Secondary Education’s (CBSE) Class 12 private, compartment, exams, HSC, and NIOS exams.

A vacation bench comprising Justices AM Khanwilkar and Diner Maheswari will hear the petitions at 11.00 am today.

A joint petition was filed by 1,152 students seeking direction to the CBSE for cancellation of Board’s Class 12 private compartment examination and demanded parity with regular students. The private, compartment students of CBSE Class 12 examination have moved the Supreme Court seeking directions for cancellation of their examinations in physical mode and their performance evaluation by adopting a formula in line with the assessment formula adopted by CBSE for the regular students and to release the results in a time-bound manner, the petition said.

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On Thursday, the apex court approved an evaluation formula framed by CBSE and Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) which factors in the Class 10 board result, Class 11 score, and Class 12’s unit, mid-term and pre-board outcomes.

The CBSE and CISCE the provided details of the evaluation policy formulated after consulting experts to a bench of Justices A M Khanwilkar and Dinesh Maheshwari and said Class 12 results would be out before July 31. While 14.5 lakh Class 12 students take the CBSE board, nearly 1 lakh appear for the exams conducted by CISCE.

(with inputs from agencies)

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