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Supreme Court directs school to decide on Class 12 student’s representation

It is further alleged in the Petition that the marks have been deducted arbitrarily by the School and petitioner students have been awarded much lesser marks causing great prejudice to the students.

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The Supreme Court on Monday directed the School Result Committee to decide a Class 12 pass-out student’s representation within two weeks while hearing the student’s writ petition.

The Division Bench of Justices A.M. Khanwilkar and C.T. Ravikumar heard a petition drawn by Advocate Mamta Sharma through Advocate Ravi Prakash alleging that the CBSE and Sidana International School had allegedly failed in implementing the evaluation procedure prescribed in the Evaluation Policy dated February 17, 2021.

It is alleged in the petition that the marks have been deducted arbitrarily by the School and petitioner students have been awarded much lesser marks causing great prejudice to them.

The petitioner sought directions to be issued to CBSE to set up a Committee to investigate the school records for finding out the reason behind the variance in the marks awarded.

On Monday, Advocate Mamta Sharma, appearing for the petitioners, alleged that the marks were not provided by the school in terms of the policy. She apprised the Court that petitioners made representation under Type 2 but the school considered it under Type 4. They did not consider the representation raised by the student under Type 2.

While noting that the Type 2 representation was not decided, the Top Court directed the School Result Committee to decide and report back within two weeks.

The matter is listed on February 18, 2022 for hearing.

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