CBSE notified Supreme Court that board test for remaining papers that were arranged from July 1 stand cancelled
CBSE notified Supreme Court that board examination for remaining papers that were arranged from July 1 stand cancelled. Lawyer General for CBSE informed Supreme Court that Delhi, Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu have actually communicated failure to perform evaluations.
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When the condition is favourable, CBSE informed Supreme Court that the exams set up from July 1 to July 15 stand cancelled and the board will carry out exams.
If it will offer students the alternative to appear for the exams later on or will state outcome on the basis of internal evaluation Marks, Supreme Court asked CBSE.
CBSE responded that the alternative to stand for exams, later on, will be offered to class 12 students. Class 10 exams, which were to be held just for North-East Delhi students, are cancelled.
CBSE will hold class 12 exams as quickly as the conditions contribute for students who decide to stand for the exams.
Supreme Court was hearing a plea submitted by students’ moms and dads looking for remain on the board test for remaining papers which were set up in July.