Bombay HC asks ICSE board to present grading plan for pending exams. The Bombay high court asked the Indian Certificate Secondary Education (ICSE) board to present its plan for alternative grading for students of Classes 10 and 12 who choose not to physically appear for pending exam papers due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Follow our website to get daily updates about ICSE Board Exams. Visit Our website hindiexamsdaily for more updates.
Bombay HC Statement about ICSE Pending Board Exams:
A bench of Chief Justice Dipankar Datta and Justice S S Shinde ordered the ICSE board to present its plan for alternative grading latest by June 22. The bench was hearing a public interest litigation filed by advocate Arvind Tiwari, a parent of a Class 10 student.
On June 14, the board informed the court that it will offer an option to all its students, in India and abroad, to either take the exam in July or to have their final results declared based on their performance in internal assessments and pre-board exams conducted by schools.
The ICSE board examinations were scheduled between February 27 and March 30 this year, but the schedule was delayed because of the COVID19 Pandemic.
ICSE Board to Present Grading Plan on June 22:
Senior advocate Darius Khambata, who appeared for the board, on Wednesday said that if the state government decided to not allow the exams, the board will accept the decision.
Asking the Council to present its exact methodology on alternate assessment to enable students and parents to make informed decision, the Court posted further hearing on June 22.
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