Following the directive of Delhi High Court, CBSE has put the results for class 12 on hold and in the same regard an urgent meeting was summoned which was attended by CBSE officials and Prakash Javadekar on May 24.
According to the reports from HT, the union Human Resource and Development Ministry decided to seek a legal opinion on the Delhi High Court order, which ordered the CBSE not scrap off the marks moderation policy this year. It was also suggested in the report that further course of action will be announced by the CBSE at 5:30 pm today.
"Legal opinion is being sought on the issue and various options are being explored. Things will become clearer by the end of the day," said a senior HRD official to HT.
More on the report
- It was decided in the meeting that CBSE will release the marks following the marks moderation policy.
- Delhi High Court asked the CBSE to follow the grace marks policy following the PIL filed by a parent and lawyer.
- According to the reports, board officials have told that will release the marks by the end of this week.
About marks moderation policy
- Marks moderation policy is used by the CBSE to bring uniformity into the evaluation of the exams.
- Under the moderation policy the marks obtained by the students are scaled to align with the marks standards of different examiners