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5/31/21

Supreme Court adjourns hearing on exam cancellation petition till June 3, Center seeks 2 days for final decision

Re-hearing on 12th standard examination postponed:  Supreme Court adjourns hearing on exam cancellation petition till June 3, Center seeks 2 days for final decision





The government postponed the hearing seeking 2 days to decide on the examination
The final decision on CBSE 12th standard examination will be taken by the Ministry of Education on June 1
The CISCE board demanded 11th standard marks from the schools



The CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) and CISCE (Council for the Indian School Certificate) have adjourned the hearing on the application for cancellation of Class XII examination till June 3. Justice A. A bench of Justice Khanwilkar and Justice Dinesh Maheshwari passed the order.

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The Center is only 2 days to seek
favors from the government and the Advocate General, who CBSE During the hearing on Monday that the Center should still have 2 days to his final decision. The bench said that the government is free to take its own decision. Applicants, however, hope the board will make a decision this year, as it did last year.

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What happened at the last hearing?
The bench questioned the petitioner about providing a copy of the petition to the CBSE and CISCE counsel before the hearing. Replying to him, the petitioner said that the lawyers have not yet received the advance copy. On that, the bench said that a copy must be sent to the lawyers before the hearing. The hearing was therefore adjourned at that time.

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Advocate Mamata Sharma filed the petition.
Supreme Court Advocate Mamata Sharma had filed an application with the Center, CBSE and CISCE seeking cancellation of the 12th standard examination. It said the current situation could delay the outcome. Its effect will be seen on future studies.




Apart from this, taking exams of millions of students among the corona can prove to be dangerous. Therefore the examination should be canceled. Also CBSE and CISCE should declare the result of 12th standard on the basis of objective method in limited time.

521 students apply for intervention 521 students
from across the country who are appearing for CBSE board exams have intervened in a public interest litigation. The Youth Bar Association, which represents the students through lawyer Tanvi Dubey, demanded the cancellation of the offline exam.



Final decision on June 1 exam The
CBSE has not taken any final decision for the 12th standard examination due to the coronation period. The Ministry of Education will take a decision on June 1. The apex court has adjourned till today, June 3, the hearing on the petition seeking cancellation of the 12th standard examination.




CISCE board seeks 11th standard marks for students from schools
CISCE has asked all its affiliated schools for marks for final standard 11th standard and 12th standard session exam for students studying in 12th standard this year. Given the current situation, students and parents are demanding cancellation of the exam. However the board has not yet made a decision for the exam. CISCE had earlier canceled the 10th standard examination. However, the board did not specify whether the 12th standard examination would be canceled. The board has given schools until June 7 to submit students' marks.

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