- CBSE and ICSE board may release 10th and 12th results by July 15
- In the assessment scheme, marks of the last three exams of the students will be made the basis
Jun 26, 2020, 02:11 PM IST
A hearing was held in the Supreme Court on Friday for the remaining examinations of CBSE Board 10th-12th. During this time, CBSE and ICSE told the court that the results of 10th and 12th can be released by July 15. Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, who appeared in the court on behalf of CBSE and the Central Government, said that the marks of the last three exams of students in the assessment scheme will be made the basis.
A 3-judge bench headed by Justice AM Khanwilkar asked the Center and CBSE to issue notifications to cancel the examinations. Also, said that we should move towards giving marks to students on the basis of assessment.
Reactions of students, parents and teachers have been seen continuously on social media since the court’s decision. Many seem happy with this decision, while many consider it to be a waste of hard work. Many students have even called it an injustice.
#Cbse is just doing nothing but making fun of our education.this is injustice to all students who work hard this is totally wrong that ur passing on the base of three exams also internal exams have no importance as there is always hard marking and cheat @@aajtak@ cbseindia29
– Snaya (@ Snaya41629235) June 26, 2020
– Ark (@ Ark96705983) June 26, 2020
CBSE should declare the 12 th result based on pre board assessment. Taking average from other exam is not good. Students can be good in one exam then other. For example, student score in chemistry can not be compared to math #CBSEEXAMS# CbseExams2020#CBSE
– Sanjay Sharma (@ sanjayattri20) June 26, 2020
– Siddharth thakir (@ sidactivist1) June 26, 2020
Sir @DrRPNishank how will you generalize the marking scheme for some students previous paper were of 80 marks and for some 70 marks then how will you generalize the average marks.# CBSEBoardExams2020#CBSE#CBSEModerationPolicy
– Adarsh Kumar (@ AdarshK26320536) June 26, 2020
#CBSE time for #JOY to board students for exam cancellation, but is that really so exciting. The students might face ups and down in #results and also might in admissions please #retweet your ideas and share for more tweets so toppers may fulfill and #celebrate backbenchers🤘🤘
– yuvrajroyal28 (@ yuvrajroyal28) June 26, 2020
#CBSE#CBSEModerationPolicy#WeWantModerationPolicy CBSE Are u deaf …… ok you have done great thing by cancelling exams but still we students want moderation policy 2020. It is now too much essential for both grades. I hope you will not disappoint us @ cbseindia29@KVS_HQ#CBSE
– Sameer Pratap Singh (@ SameerPratapS13) June 26, 2020
– Raj Shukla (@ RajShuk13702794) June 26, 2020
@ cbseindia29@msisodia@PMOIndia@HRDMinistry@smritiirani@DrRPNishank@PTI_News@ArvindKejriwal Sir it’s all student plea to implement moderation policy for class10and12 bcuz due to internal assessment many students will get low marks and now it is must for all of us #CBSE
– RANJEET (@ rsranjeet975) June 26, 2020
– VK Rana (@ VKRana97297933) June 26, 2020