A PIL file in the High Court of Delhi seeks a refund of the CBSE examinations charge

A PIL file in the High Court of Delhi seeks a refund of the CBSE examinations charge

A PIL file recorded by a lawyer and a social activist Deepa Joseph has been moved to the High Court of Delhi. It looks for a refund of the 10th and 12th class standard Central Board of Secondary Education Board examinations charge. According to the Public Interest Litigation, CBSE should search for an alternative to refunding the examinations money.

Public Interest Litigation requests so as CBSE didn’t take the examinations this year because of Coronavirus pandemic. According to the lawyer, the CBSE had gotten crore rupees as test money in 2021. Deepa Joseph wants that the CBSE should return the fees to the parents as it was not spent in taking examinations. She is likewise the mother of a Class tenth student studying in the Govt school.

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The test charges taken by the Central Board of Secondary Education is utilized to pay moderators and examiners. It is also spent on build-up the exams centre specifically. The appealer in the plea has argued that because of the exams getting cancelled, the CBSE didn’t need to pay for any of the previously mentioned costs, subsequently, the Central Board of Secondary Education should give the money back to the parents or students.

The request for a refund of exam charges was likewise raised by the AIPA as of late. The news reports in regards to the demand raised by the All India Parents Association to the appellant was additionally distributed in media on the 7th of June this year. The news covers the story of some individuals who have poor financial conditions and for whom the sum gathered as exam charges by the appellant is critical, particularly on these troublesome occasions.

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The request that has been moved to Delhi High Court looks forbearing for the central education board and the Ministry of Education to form another new refund policy. When an ultimate conclusion is out, parents can get more information on the CBSE’s official site.

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