The Council for Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) has filed a motion in the Bombay High Court stating that students can choose not to participate in the rest of the examinations and in that case will be assessed on the basis of their internal performance. Pre-board exams.
There are some ICSE exam papers left because they could not be administered due to COVID-19 epidemic. Earlier, CISCE decided to conduct the remaining tests from July 2 to July 12 In the proposal, CISCE added that “to avoid suspicion, the results of the subjects which have already been tested will be announced. Such tests are based on the performance of the students.”
The next hearing in the case is set for June 17.
During the first hearing, the ISCE stated that it had already issued safety warnings for children, including sanitizing the examination hall / classroom daily after each examination paper, maintaining a minimum social distance of 6 feet in the seating plan, stunned entry and exit. Examination space, thermal screening of students and staff to avoid extra crowds.
The council further stated that students would not be allowed to share or borrow stationery from other students. Meanwhile, an application was filed in the Supreme Court seeking cancellation of the notification for conducting the remaining examinations of Class 12.