“The current review petition has been filed against the final judgment and order dated June 22, 2022. We have used the basis of its support in addition to the review application. In our opinion, no case has been filed for review. The review petition has been dismissed accordingly,” Justice A bench of AM Khanwilkar and Justice Dinesh Maheshwari said in its order.
In a June 22 order, the apex court refused to intervene in the council’s proposed assessment scheme for assessing students of both classes, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and the Indian School Certificate Examination (CISCE). Canceled due to epidemic.
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The court has approved the CBSE’s scheme to give offline exams to private, ‘pottery’ and second class students as they cannot be assessed under the scheme on the basis of internal assessment of Class X, XI and XII results respectively.
The apex court rejected the objections raised against the body of the students as well as a parent and said that it was not possible to get a second-guess view on various aspects of the assessment project.
“We feel that there is no reason to intervene in this project proposed by CBSE or ICSE. Significantly, other consultants are represented by various consultants who have unnecessarily supported the schemes under consideration and do not want any interference with it,” the bench said.
The Center had earlier told the court that the CBSE would adopt a 30:30:40 formula for assessing Class XII students based on the results of Class X, XII and XII examinations respectively.
The CISCE told the court that it would announce the Class XII results by July 20, after assessing the students on the basis of its well-defined objective criteria.
The components adopted by CISCEC to reach the assessment formula were Class X Board Examinations – Project Project and Practical Work, School Examiners’ Performance Measurement in Class XI and XII, their best marks obtained in two years (known as raw marks) and last six Through the school’s best performance of the year
It was said that the students would be assessed on the basis of their marks in class X, performance in school examinations in class XII and XII as well as practical and performance of the school.
The CISCE said that the factors used in the calculation included 2015-2020, the best year for the school, the year when the school achieved the best average percentage of the total score (out of 500).