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Plea in HC to direct CBSE schools to release documents on Class 10 marks evaluation criteria

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CBSE Latest News of plea filed in High court for Class 10th Mark Evaluation Criteria

The plea in HC to direct CBSE schools t release documents for Class 10 evaluation. The application said that FAQs has been published on the CBSE on June 9. It has become clear that no alleged modification has taken place for the policy of moderation for marks.

 

CBSE Latest News Plea in HC to release documents on Class 10th marks evaluation criteria

  • A plea was registered in Delhi High Court on June 28
  • It sought the CBSE schools to publish the documents for rationale criteria which is used in the evaluation of the mark of Class 10
  • Justice C Hari Shankar and Subramonium Prasad who heard the plea said that it should be listed before another branch not consisting of Justice Shankar
  • The next hearing is on June 30
  • the current moderation policy would lead to manipulation of marks and exploitation

 

CBSE Latest News today on Plea in HC to release documents on Class 10 marks evaluation criteria

A plea was registered in Delhi High Court on June 28. It sought the CBSE schools to publish the documents for rationale criteria that are used in the evaluation of the mark of Class 10 in the respective websites. It would lead to greater transparency on the results.

The vacation bench of Justice C Hari Shankar and Subramonium Prasad who heard the plea said that it should be listed before another branch not consisting of Justice Shankar. The next hearing is on June 30. The application is mainly stating that the students should be able to raise their issues well advance in time with along the judicious system of the CBSE board.

The application for the interim relief was filed in a pending petition. It is sought to modify the Central Board of Secondary Education policy for the tabulation of marks based on internals. The CBSE has been directed to upload the relevant documents to the websites before they start the evaluation process of marks.

The application was filed as there would be huge discriminations in marks given to a student which can also be based on the previous batch results. The schools which have constituted the policy are unconstitutional and need to be modified.

It also stated moderating marks in consonance with average score district, national, and state-wise was baseless. As the students have appeared for the Boards the first time and have no previous records of the students the evaluation would be highly ambiguous.

The NGO that filed the petition said that the current moderation policy would lead to manipulation of marks and exploitation of the students and parents.

 

FAQ

When is the next hearing?

The next hearing is on June 30, 2021.

What is the update as of now in the hearing?

The bench of Justice C Hari Shankar and Subramonium Prasad who heard the plea said that it should be listed before another branch not consisting of Justice Shankar.

Is there any chance of the moderation policy leading to ambiguous board exam results for CBSE Class 10 students?

It can’t be decided as of now whether the moderation policy would lead to ambiguous board exam results for CBSE Class 10 students or not. We have to wait until the Court decides and responds back

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