CBSE Board Exam 2020 for the rest of the papers would be conducted from July 1 to July 15. The decision to conduct the rest of the papers is opposed by a group of four parents who have moved to the Supreme Court on Tuesday requesting to hold the papers. The parents have requested that the court direct the Board to offer marks to understudies based on internal assessment.
Parents Move SC over Conducting the Remaining Exams from 1st July
The parents have expressed concern and affirmed that the students including their children who will be appearing for the exams would be exposed to the pandemic. The group of parents has so pleaded the Supreme Court to intercede and put a stay on the decision. The examination would be conducted at 15000 centers the nation over.
As per the report, the petition has been filed by advocate Rishi Malhotra. As per the petition, “CBSE cancelled the examinations of Class X and XII for its 250 odd schools which are situated abroad and has adopted criteria in awarding marks on the basis of either practical exams conducted or internal assessment marks. It is highly regretful that the respondents herein have no genuine concern about putting the lives at peril of all the students pan India and have no explanation whatsoever in insisting upon holding the said examination in India.”
Besides, Malhotra has said that when various educational institutions including Delhi University, IITs, different state Boards have cancelled the exam to shield the understudies from start presented to the lethal infection, CBSE likewise can.