Due to COVID 19, CBSE Cancels Exams Marks Based on Talent

Due to COVID 19, CBSE Cancels Exams Marks Based on Talent

Due to COVID 19 CBSE Cancels Exams Marks Based on Talent

  • The Supreme Court upheld the decision of the Central Government of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) to cancel the tests to be held in July in view of the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak.
  • The court also approved the CBSE four-point formula which marks the remaining papers.
  • Justice AM Khanwilkar, Justice Dinesh Maheshwari, and Justice Sanjay Khanna on Friday filed petitions seeking to cancel the CBSE pending exams which are due to take place between July 1 and 15 due to the severe coronavirus spread in the country.
  • Solicitor General Tushar Mehta on behalf of the Center and the CBSE heard the arguments
  • The CBSE has decided to cancel the 10th and 12th class pending examinations as the COVID pandemic outbreak is so severe.
  • He told the bench that states such as Delhi, Maharashtra, and Tamil Nadu have been unable to conduct board exams.
  • Students of 10th and 12th grades will declare results based on the talent shown in the tests already conducted.
  • The results will be revealed by July 15th.
  • Only the 12th-grade students are given the option of attending the remaining exams or accepting the marks which are based on the talent shown in the exams already attended.
  • The Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) has informed the bench that it will follow the CBSE policy.

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  • The results of Class 10 and 12 exams will be announced by July 15, ICSE said. ICSE has made it clear that the results of the 10th and 12th grades will be based on the talents of the students.
  • CBSE exams have been meaningfully postponed due to the corona outbreak.
  • CBSE has announced that the marks for the canceled examination subjects will be decided on the basis of the outstanding talent shown in the exams already written by the 10th and 12th-grade students.
  • For those who have written more than three subjects, they will consider the average of the best marks achieved in all three exams.
  • If only three subjects are written, marks will be placed on two subjects.
  • Due to the riots in Delhi, 12th-grade one, and two subjects only.
  • Written Subjects and Internal / Practical results are decided on the basis of talent.

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