Plea in SC seeks hybrid option in upcoming board exams

Plea in SC seeks hybrid option in upcoming board exams

A petition has been filed in the Supreme Court seeking a direction to CBSE and CISCE to issue a revised circular to conduct the upcoming class 10 and 12 board exams only in hybrid mode instead of offline mode amid the COVID-19 pandemic. .

A petition has been filed in the Supreme Court seeking a direction to CBSE and CISCE to issue a revised circular to conduct the upcoming class 10 and 12 board exams only in hybrid mode instead of offline mode amid the COVID-19 pandemic. .

The petition, filed by six students appearing for the board examinations, has alleged that the entire exercise of the board in conducting only one semester or one examination in offline mode is “extremely unfair”.

As per the date sheet announced by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), a board exam will start from November 16.

The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) board examination for semester one will begin from November 22.

The petition, filed by advocate Sumant Nukala, contended that the upcoming examinations would be conducted in hybrid mode, with an option to choose between offline and online examination.

“The consent is important as the examination is directly related to the mental health of the petitioners, which requires a conducive and voluntary environment to ensure a fair assessment. It is common knowledge that a third wave of the COVID pandemic has been predicted,” the plea said. Having said.

It claimed that the proposed current system of offline examination is “full of poor planning and lack of application of mind” which will adversely affect the students.

“Even if the Respondents (Board and others) wanted to conduct the examination on the said dates, they had sufficient time and resources to carefully plan and consider the concerns raised in the present petition,” it said. said.

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