While Class 12 examinations for both CBSE and CISCE Central Boards have been canceled, State Board examinations are yet to be decided. Some academics and politicians were calling for a nationwide uniform policy to assess students.
Mamata Advocate Sharma, who is fighting a case in the Supreme Court seeking cancellation of the standard 12 examination, welcomed the government’s decision and said it would raise the concerns of state board students at the next hearing scheduled for June 3. Request the Hon’ble Apex Court to pass the same directions for all the state boards. ”He added that he would also ask the SC to set a date by which the result would be declared or not to delay the result further. “
Further, a fresh petition has been filed in the Supreme Court on behalf of the group of students, seeking cancellation of examinations of all students studying in states and union territories across India. The petition has been filed by child rights activist Anubha Srivastava.
Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray recently asked the Prime Minister to adopt a uniform national policy for examinations like Std 12 board so as not to affect the future of children.
Bihar has already organized the standard 12 board exam and has also announced the results. The Chhattisgarh Board or CGBSE has started the examinations from today. She is keeping the exams in open book format. As per the guidelines by the state board, students have to visit their designated center and get their subject question papers and answer sheets. Once they receive the question paper, they have to submit their answer sheet by June 5, considering the safety of the students, the state government decided to take the exams from home. A total of 2 lakh 71 thousand students have registered for the CBSE 12 examination in Chhattisgarh.
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