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The Supreme Court also refused to pass any order on the allegation of apprehension of rigging by the schools in the evaluation scheme. The Supreme Court found that for this there will be a Result Committee, which will look into it. The committee will not only have members from the school but also from outside.
At the same time, a bench of Justice AM Khanwilkar and Justice Dinesh Maheshwari turned down the demand of the students to choose either the evaluation scheme initially or the option of appearing in the examination. Along with this, the demand for conducting the 12th physical examination in July itself was also rejected.
The top court was hearing a petition seeking conduct of examinations as well as a joint petition filed by 1152 students seeking cancellation of CBSE class 12 compartment examination, state board 12th examination and other board examinations. . Earlier, during the hearing of petitions related to board examinations and evaluation in the Supreme Court on June 21, 2021, some students had raised questions on the ISC 12th board evaluation formula by CBSE and CISCE.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) had released the evaluation criteria for class 12th results on June 17, 2021, which were accepted by the Supreme Court. The board had given an evaluation formula of 30:30:40 for class 12th result. Then during the hearing, the court had asked the board to include things like grievance redressal mechanism, alternate exam dates, etc.
In this regard, during the hearing of Monday, June 21, CBSE had also filed a counter-affidavit in the Supreme Court. According to the affidavit, CBSE had agreed to constitute a dispute resolution committee on the evaluation criteria of class 12 in line with the guidelines of the Supreme Court. The objective of this committee will be to resolve the grievances of the students on the marks being awarded to them. After this, the court adjourned the hearing till 2 pm on Tuesday, 22 June.