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Supreme Court dismisses PIL on 10th 12th board examinations, calls it “ill conceived and premature”

Lawstreet Journal 24 Feb 2022 11:22pm

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The courtroom where the hearing of PIL on 10th, 12th board examinations took place saw an overwhelming scenario.  The bench of Justice AM Khanwilkar, Dinesh Maheshwari and CT Ravikumar dismissed the PIL filed by Advocate on Record Prashant Padhmanabhan on behalf of Child Rights Activist Anubha Srivastava Sahai. 

The plea concerning the cancellation of online examinations for class 10,12th boards had been listed for an urgent hearing today afternoon (23rd February’2022) by Advocate on record Prashant Padmanabhan

The bench said that the concerned authorities governing examinations (CBSE) are yet to finalize the exam schedule and thus called the PIL to be ‘ill advised’, ‘I’ll conceived’ and ‘premature’.

The Bench said that if any student would not be convinced with the decisions of the examination governing authorities, they may set challenge in such regard.

If the decisions of authorities are not in accordance with rules & the Act, it will be open to aggrieved persons to set challenge in that regard", the Bench said.

Advocate on record Prashant Padmanabhan started off by stating all the previous orders that were passed by the bench of Justice AM Khanwilkar regarding cancellation of physical examinations in the past years of distress. 

The Counsel went on to say that the examination results for multiple choice questions that were held offline in previous semester (December 2021) have not yet been declared and students have been in continuous distress.

What happened in the past cannot be the basis for the present relief.” the Bench said

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