Tribune News Service
New Delhi, June 24
The Supreme Court on (*10*) requested all state education boards which have cancelled Class XII exams to notify their respective scheme for the evaluation of scholars in 10 days and declare the outcomes by July 31.
A Bench, led by Justice AM Khanwilkar, stated it was unattainable to have a uniform evaluation scheme for all state boards throughout India.
With regard to petitions searching for cancellation of Class XII examinations by state boards, the Bench stated it might take up the difficulty on Friday at 2 pm.
The State Board of Andhra Pradesh stated it wished to conduct the Class XII examinations.
But the highest courtroom wasn’t impressed because it raised questions concerning the security of over 5 lakh college students.
“Unless we’re satisfied that you’re ready to conduct the examination with none fatality, until then we won’t permit it. When others have cancelled you’ll be able to’t maintain it to present you might be completely different…” it stated posting the matter for additional listening to on Friday.
The Haryana Government counsel stated state boards must be given the liberty to formulate their very own evaluation schemes.