CBSE Board Exam 2022: Big relief for CBSE board students! Supreme Court rejected this Marx policy

CBSE news in Hindi: The Supreme Court has given great relief to the students of CBSE Board. They will have the option to consider the best marks as final. The Supreme Court has rejected a Marks policy of the Board.

Supreme Court rejects a marks policy of CBSE board, good news for students (file photo)

CBSE Marks Policy for Board Exam 2022: Central Board of Secondary Education i.e. CBSE Board (CBSE Board) There is good news for the students of. Supreme Court (Supreme Court) Has given a big relief to CBSE students. The apex court, in a judgment on Friday, January 07, 2022, has set aside a marks policy of CBSE, after which students will now have the option to choose their best marks. This decision of the court for both class 10th and 12th board examinations of CBSE (CBSE Board Exam) will be applicable on Read full news…

The Supreme Court has set aside the CBSE rule, according to which the marks obtained in the improvement examination will be considered final. The Supreme Court said that ‘the choice will be with the students as to whose marks they want to take in both the main examination and the improvement examination’.

A bench of Justice AM Khanwilkar and Justice CT Ravikumar heard the matter. The bench said that ‘CBSE has not given any rationale behind the policy of considering the marks obtained in the improvement examination as final.’

Students want to retain the original marks

The Supreme Court said that ‘students only want to retain their original marks, which they get in the main examination. If the marks are reduced after giving the CBSE Improvement Exam and they are considered final, then it will affect their admission.

Justice Khanwilkar asked CBSE that ‘Give us the reason why this is not possible? What is the objection in accepting whatever marks are right for the student? The board has done this in the past as well, so what is wrong with implementing the same rule now?’

The bench said that CBSE has not given any valid argument for changing the rules. The court, while rejecting this, said that the CBSE board will give the option to the students to choose the best marks out of the two as before. It will depend on the students whether they want to keep the main exam marks in the final result or the improvement exam.

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