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Supreme Court Seeks CBSE's Response to Pleas Alleging Failure to Assess Class 12 Marks as Per 30:30:40 Formula

Lawstreet Journal 8 Oct 2021 10:27pm

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The Supreme Court on Friday (October 8, 2021), sought the CBSE's response on two writ petitions filed by Class XII students who claimed that their schools had failed to assess their results in accordance with the Court-approved 30:30:40 formula and that the CBSE had not adequately addressed their grievance.

The CBSE's counsel, Advocate Rupesh Kumar, requested more time to file a response. As a result, a bench of Justices AM Khanwilkar and CT Ravikumar adjourned the petitions until October 20,2021, asking the CBSE to file their response by then. One of the petitions was filed by advocate Pardeep Gupta.

The writ petitions raise the issue of failure to comply with the Supreme Court's directions in the case Mamta Sharma v CBSE and Ors. on June 17, 2021, in respect of the Dispute Resolution mechanism prescribed by the circular dated August 8, 2021 and the 30:30:40 formula when declaring class XIIth Results ( Cases : Urvashi Naidu v CBSE and Mohd Abraj v Holy Home Public School Nanauta Saharanpur UP and Ors).

The Petitioner Urvashi claimed that their marks were not calculated based on their actual performance using CBSE's 30:30:40 formula. However, reliance has been placed on their school's average score for the Science stream for reference year 2020 marks, and CBSE has arbitrarily deducted their marks and awarded much lower marks, causing great prejudice to them.

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