CBSE, ICSE Class 12 Exams: Supreme Court adjourns hearing to 31st May

CBSE, ICSE Class 12 Exams: Supreme Court adjourns hearing to 31st May

Central Board of Secondary Education’s Class 12th standard Board examinations this year hearing in the Supreme Court of India. Judge of the Supreme Court of India, Ajay Manikrao Khanwilkar has driven the SC bench of the High Court to hear the petition file request looking for the stop or cancel the exams of 12th class students in the midst of this 2nd of coronavirus pandemic.

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The highest judiciary body Supreme Court has requested that the solicitor serve an advanced copy to respondents including the Indian Govt, the Central Board of Secondary Education, and the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education. The following hearing looking into the issue will be on the 31st of May.

The petition filed by Advocate Supreme Court of India Mamta Sharma requested bearings to the Indian Govt, CBSE board, and the CISCE board to drop the Central Board of Secondary Education and ICSE 12th class exams. In the appeal, Advocate Mamta Sharma has mentioned the Supreme Court to guide the student examinations conducting officials to announce the 12th class students result based on objective methodology or assignment inside the particular time period.

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Alongside it, more than 7000 guardians have likewise moved to the highest Court looking to cancel the 12th class examinations in the midst of this coronavirus pandemic. In any case, the choice in regards to the direction of the Central Board of Secondary Education examinations is relied upon to be declared on the 1st of June, according to the official sources. As coordinated in the conference led on the 23rd of May, the state govt has effectively presented their nitty-gritty ideas on the equivalent by the 25th of May.

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