The Supreme Court will hear on Wednesday a petition seeking cancellation of offline examinations for class 10 and class 12 students across the country. In the petition, there has been a demand to cancel the offline i.e. physical board exam to be conducted by all the states including CBSE, ICSE and NIOS.
Board exams of all states including CBSE, ICSE will be decided
In this case, the court allowed the appeal for hearing on Tuesday. Thereafter, Justice A.M. A bench headed by Khanwilkar had directed the advance copy of the petition to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) standing counsel and other respondents.
If offline classes are not conducted then why offline exams?
The petitioner’s lawyer told the court on Tuesday that despite the decrease in the Corona case, offline classes were not conducted. At the same time, the classes are also not completed, then how can offline examinations be conducted? These should be repealed and an alternative evaluation process should be devised.
Thereafter, Justice A.M. Khanwilkar’s bench orally asked that how can there be an examination without completing the course? Let us inform that CBSE has decided to conduct the Term-II board examination of class 10th and 12th from April 26.