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The petition filed in the Supreme Court for cancellation of the 12th board examination of Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination (CISCE) will be heard tomorrow. Earlier, during the hearing on Friday 28 May, the bench of Justice AM Khanwilkar and Justice Dinesh Maheshwari deferred the matter till 31 May.
Advocate Mamta Sharma filed a petition
Supreme Court lawyer Mamta Sharma had filed a petition seeking cancellation of Class 12 exams from the Center, Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination (CISCE). The petition filed said that due to the prevailing situation, the postponement of the examination may delay the results. This will have an impact on further studies.
Apart from this, it may be dangerous for millions of children to appear in the examination among the corona. In such a situation, the examinations should be canceled. Also, CBSE and CISCE should issue 12th result on the basis of objective method.
Judgment will be decided on exam on 1 June
According to the information received by the Ministry of Education, nothing has been decided yet about the exam. A final decision will be taken in this regard by June 01. Regarding the examination, the minister has already said that the safety of students is a priority, but examinations are also necessary. In such a situation, it can be decided after reviewing the situation.
CISCE board asks students for schools 11th marks
Meanwhile, the CISCE board has asked all its affiliated schools for marks in 11th and final examinations for students studying in class 12th and 12th examinations this year. However, the board has not clarified whether the exam is likely to be canceled or not. The board has given time to the schools to complete the submission of marks by June 7.