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New Delhi: The Supreme Court was informed on Monday that the government would take a final decision in the next two days on whether to take Class XII (Covid-19) in the midst of a global epidemic. Attorney General KK Venugopal (KK Venugopal) gave the information in a bench of Justices AM Khanvilkar and AM Dinesh Maheshwari. On top of that, the bench has adjourned the hearing date to June 3. CBSE Class XII Board Examination 2021: 300 students of Class XII wrote a letter to CJI NV Ramna, demanding cancellation of physical examination due to corona epidemic
The bench was hearing applications from the Indian School Certificate Examination Council (CISCE) and the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) for cancellation of Class XII examinations in view of the prevailing situation.
“No problem,” the bench told Venugopal. You decide. You have the right to do this. If you make a decision that differs from last year’s policy, you need to give a good reason. ‘
The apex court approved the plans of CBSE and CISCE to cancel the board exams held from July 1 to July 15 last year due to the global epidemic of COBID-19 and also approved the formula for evaluating the candidates.
Initially, the Attorney General told the bench, “The government will take a final decision in the next two days.” We hope you give us time until Thursday (June 3) so we can present the final order.
The bench said, “The appropriate authority is reviewing all aspects of the matter and will probably take a policy decision, which will be presented in court, so the next hearing should be adjourned till Thursday at the request of the Attorney General.” Will be done.
The petition was filed by Mamata Sharma, where a directive was also sought to prepare a procedure for declaring the results within a specified time frame for the twelfth result.
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