CISCE 10th, 12th exams cannot be allowed in state from July 2 – Maharashtra informs Bombay HC

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CISCE 10th, 12th exams cannot be allowed in state from July 2 - Maharashtra informs Bombay HC
CISCE 10th, 12th exams cannot be allowed in state from July 2 - Maharashtra informs Bombay HC

CISCE 10th, 12th exams cannot be allowed in state from July 2 – Maharashtra informs Bombay HC. The state government informed the Bombay High Court that the state Disaster Management Committee headed by chief minister Uddhav Thackeray in its meeting on June 22 had decided that the state could not permit conducting of pending ICSE exams to be held from July 2 in view of Covid-19 pandemic. Advocate General Kumbhakoni has submitted that the state had consistently maintained that it was principally against conducting exams.

A division bench of justice Dipankar Datta and justice S S Shinde whereas listening to the general public curiosity litigation filed by Arvind Tiwari, a mother or father and advocate searching for cancellation of the category 10 and 12 board exams of the CISCE that had been rescheduled in July was knowledgeable by the state that it had arrived at a call on whether or not it might allow the exams to be held.

Kumbhakoni submitted a notice by Vandana Krishna, further chief secretary, faculty training which acknowledged {that a} assembly of the State Catastrophe Administration Committee was held via video conferencing on June 22 below the chairmanship of the chief minister. The notice says that the next determination was taken, “It was determined that the state can’t allow the conduct of the ICSE exams from 2 nd July, 2020 given the present COVID-19 state of affairs within the state. This determination could also be conveyed to the Hon’ble Bombay Excessive Courtroom.

” When petitioners supporting conduction of exams in July knowledgeable the court docket that some states might permit conduction of the rescheduled exams, the court docket requested Kumbhakoni what could be the state’s stand in such a situation.

The AG submitted stated that the council was free to take the scholars to adjoining states and get them to look for the exams there. He stated that thereafter the board after taking due precautions might get the scholars again to the state. On the query of whether or not the above determination was relevant for the pending exams of the Central Board of Secondary Training (CBSE) as properly, Kumbhakoni who was assisted by authorities pleader Poornima Kantharia submitted that the state had not addressed the difficulty because the petition was pertaining to CISCE exams.

He added that the difficulty could be addressed as and when the CBSE approached it. As the difficulty of the CISCE having to submit the methodology of grading college students who didn’t go for bodily exams is pending, the bench posted the listening to for June 29 after it was knowledgeable that the centre was but to answer to the path by Allahabad Excessive Courtroom relating to conduction of exams.

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