While considering the PIL, Calcutta High Court held that the same issue was in previous academic year 2021-22, wherein, WPA (P) 240 of 2021 was filed questioning the notification issued by the respondent University to grant admission on the basis of marks in qualifying examination instead of entrance.
A notice has been sent to the Central government by the Delhi High Court today on a public interest litigation petition filed by BJP leader and lawyer Ashwini Upadhyay who asked for a common syllabus in the mother tongue across the various boards including Council For The Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) ,Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), and all the other education boards
The Supreme Court on Tuesday agreed to hear the plea which seeks cancellation of physical board examinations for the year 2021-22, which would be conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) and several other boards.
Supreme Court bench considered the urgency of the matter and preponed the connected matter which was previously listed on the 4th of January and would now be taken up along with the present writ petition on 18th November.
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.