CBSE Term 2 board test won’t be canceled! Running the expectations of the students who were waiting for internal assessments of offline classes, Supreme Court today dismissed the petition seeking to drop the board exams 2022. The appeal was filed by Child’s Rights activist. The appeal was dismissed, and its a sad news for those who are looking for preparing for online Term 2 Board Exams for CBSE, ICSE as well as State Board Exams 2022.
Excusing the request, Justices AM Khanwilkar called it a silly appeal as it makes no sense at this time when covid -19 pandemic cases are very few. The request was heard by the 3 adjudicator seats of Justices AM Khanwilkar, Dinesh Maheshwari, and CT Ravikumar.
Equity Khanwilkar likewise got down on the request as ‘exposure’ and has even cautioned the petitioners in as many words. What sort of petitions are documented and exposure is being given?. This needs to stop. Try not to come up again or there will be excellent expenses. Let students and specialists do their work.
The Board tests 2022 Cancellation Plea was filed by child rights activistAnubha Shrivastava Sahai. In her supplication, Anubha Srivastava mentioned the court to drop impending CBSE, CISCE, NIOS, and other state board exams.
Students from many locations of the nation filed appeals in the Supreme court looking to cancel out the board exams. Following this, the matter was introduced before the Chief Justice of India, N. V. Ramana and he put forward the case to the bench of Justice Khanwilkar.
Justice AM Khanwilkar led bench has taken the charge of hearing this petition. The petition filed by Anubha Sahai on behalf of students demands alternative assessment and cancelation of board exams for CBSE, CISCE, NIOS, and state board students.