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Supreme Court Decision On CBSE & ICSE/ISC 10th & 12th Exam 2021-22: The final decision regarding ICSE/ISC CBSE Term 1 Xth & XIIth board exam 2021-22 has been announced by the Supreme Court of India on 18th November. There will be no online exams. The petition filed by a group of students to conduct CBSE 10th & 12th board exam 2021-22 online has been rejected by the apex court. A writ petition was filed in the Supreme Court seeking a hybrid mode of examination citing COVID-19 as the reason.
Supreme Court of India pointed that the tests began on November 16 and intervening at this time would cause disruption in the process. At this point, the writ petition will not be heard, and we hope that the exam administrators will take all necessary steps and will follow the COVID-19 SOP.
Solicitor General of India Tushar Mehta has pointed out that all essential arrangements have been made by CBSE. The examination centers have been raised from 6,500 to 15,000 to ensure that students spend less time in travel and the social distancing norm should be followed. Now, only 12 students will sit in a class instead of 40. Besides that examination time has been reduced to 90 minutes from 3 hours.
CBSE Term 1 board exams 2021-22 will start from 16 November whereas ICSE board exams will start from 22 November. The exams will be conducted physically in examination centers. The petitioner wants the apex court to give directions to both CBSE & CISCE regarding the holding of 10th & 12th board exams in both online & offline modes. As per media reports, the petition filed by Advocate Sumanth Nookala pointed out that there has been a considerable increase in COVID-19 cases, across the country.