December 6, 2022

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The Supreme Court has directed the CBSE’s committee to re-examine the objections brought by some class 12 pass-out students of a Gujarat-based school.

NOIDA, INDIA - MARCH 5: Students leave from exam centre after appearing for the Class 12th accountancy CBSE examination on March 5, 2020 in Noida, India. (Photo by Sunil Ghosh/Hindustan Times via Getty Images)

The SC stated that the board's concerned committee will investigate the grievance and record reasons for either rejecting or accepting the arguments by students.

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Thursday directed the CBSE’s committee to re-examine the objections, brought by some class 12 pass-out students of a Gujarat-based school about mark allotment.

The SC stated that the board’s concerned committee will investigate the grievance and record reasons for either rejecting or accepting the arguments by students.

The bench of Justices A M Khanwilkar and C T Ravikumar stated,

“We direct the concerned committee to re-examine the petitioners’ grievance and record reasons for rejecting

or adopting the petitioners’ contentions for disputing the allocation/rationalization of marks provided to them.”

The order was release by the Supreme Court while it was hearing a case filed by numerous class 12 graduates.

who argued that the scores were not based on performance as determined by the Central Board of Examinations

The authorities decided on their representation but without a speaking order,  and they have not addressed the points raised.

Their claim is that they have not been awarded marks in accordance with the evaluation policy established by the court,”

The CBSE’s counsel said to the court that the they have inform that the results are declare in accordance with the board’s policy.

The CBSE have previously informed the Supreme Court that it had “duly implemented” the evaluation scheme

in evaluating class 12 marks.

On June 17, the Supreme Court accepted the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations

assessment methodologies.

The CBSE states that it would evaluate class 12 students for theory based on 30% marks from the class 10 board, 30% marks from the class 11 board, and 40% marks based on performance in the unit, mid-term, and pre-board tests in class 12.

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