- All remaining papers of CBSE will be held from July 1 to July 15
- Demand to release the result based on internal assessment in the paper so far and the remaining paper
Jun 11, 2020, 01:38 PM IST
The parents have appealed not to hold the remaining 12th class papers of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) in the midst of the increasingly growing cases of Corona. According to parents, coronavirus is spreading rapidly in the country, in such a situation, giving exams can pose a threat to children. In this case, the petition filed by the parents has demanded that the decision taken by CBSE to conduct the remaining 12th board examination should be canceled.
Examination starting from July 1
In fact, all schools and colleges were closed due to the lockdown in March across the country due to coronavirus. In such a situation, some of the board papers then survived during the lockdown. CBSE is now going to organize all these remaining papers between July 1 and July 15. The parents of some Class 12 children have filed a petition in the Supreme Court against this decision of the Board. According to the petition, the results should be released on the basis of the average of the internal assessment in the paper so far and the remaining papers for the 12th class.
Demand to cancel the exam
Apart from this, the petition has also questioned the safety of millions of children, saying that these students may be exposed to Kovid-19 infection if they appear in the examination. In such a situation, it has been appealed to the court to cancel the notification issued by CBSE on May 18 to conduct the examination of the remaining subjects and the board should be directed to declare the result of 12th.
Canceled CBSE examination abroad
Not only this, till the hearing of the petition has been requested to stop the notification of the board. The petition filed also stated that in view of the seriousness of the situation caused by Kovid-19, the board had canceled the examination of 10th and 12th in about 250 schools abroad. After which it was decided to give marks to students based on marks of practical examinations or internal assessment.