SC on Board Exams 2022: Even though the dates for class 10 and class 12 term 2 examinations have been announced by the central boards – CBSE and CISCE and the datesheets for class 10th and 12th board examinations have been released in various states, but the dates for these examinations are Students across the country are continuously protesting against the event in offline mode. Now, the Supreme Court has been approached by students from different states of the country.
Students from a total of 15 states have together filed a public interest litigation in the Supreme Court, demanding that the apex court direct the boards of various states including CBSE, CISCE not to conduct the examinations in offline/physical mode. Go. Also, there is a demand from the students that they should be assessed through Alternative Assessment Method like last year.
Hearing on PIL of offline board examinations possible on February 21:
According to a tweet by India Wide Parents Association President and advocate Anubha Srivastava Sahay on social media, the students filed against offline board exams in the Supreme Court are likely to come up for hearing on February 21, 2022.
Students across the country as well as parents have been protesting against the conduct of CBSE, CISCE and board examinations in various states in offline mode. Students and parents argue that when the classes have been conducted in online mode, the examinations should not be conducted in offline mode. Pradeep Rawat, founder, Gurgaon Parents Association, says that even class 10th and 12th students are scared about the board exams as hardly any offline education is conducted. So how can we ask young children to take board exams.