It was averred in the Delhi High Court that the CBSE Board has not yet modified its arbitrary policy of moderation of marks for Class X students based on previous performance, which is in violation of Article 21 of the Constitution.
The Delhi High Court was of the opinion that the issues raised in the plea against CBSE on Class 10 results are substantial enough and requires the adjudication, and thereby, issued notice to the respondents.
Supreme Court in a response to a plea filed by the child rights activist seeking cancellation of physical exams for CBSE, ICSE, Class XII of State Boards, HSC, and NIOS directed the states to declare results by July end.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday held that there’s no reason to interfere with schemes propounded by CBSE and ICSE as there are other sets of students supporting this and also because we find the scheme is reasonable and takes into concerns of all students and is in the larger public interest.
The Supreme Court on Monday deferred its final decision in the matter of CBSE board exam till tomorrow, as several writ petitions questioning the CBSE scheme for evaluation of the marks, was not listed in front of the bench for consideration.
On June 1, the board had cancelled the CBSE class 12 board examination amidst the continuing upsurge in covid-19 cases across the country. The apex court had expressed its satisfaction regarding the Central government's decision to cancel the class 12 board exam.
A Karkardooma court ordered the immediate release of Natasha Narwal, Devangana Kalita and Asif Iqbal Tanha, who are accused of a larger conspiracy behind the Northeast Delhi riots… Court showed strictness against police…asked, despite custody for a year, why did not verify the address immediately.