Delhi HC to hear pleas on cbse 10th result criteria (Representational Image)
Petition filed by ‘Justice for All’ on behalf of advocate Khaagesh Jha claims that use of historical data of school in calculating the result of students is “unfair”.
Last Updated:July 09, 2021, 10:32 IST
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Delhi High Court will be hearing a plea seeking changes in the result calculating formula today at 11 am. A bench of Chief Justice DN Patel and Justice Jyoti Singh will hear two pleas one by ‘Justice for All’ and the second by NISA Education members.
Petition filed by ‘Justice for All’ on behalf of advocate Khagesh Jha claims that use of historical data of school in calculating the result of students is “unfair”.
“My marks will depend on how my seniors,” asked the advocate. Calculating marks of students based on the best overall performance of the school would be “injustice to the students as the performance of the school is not relatable in any manner with the performance of the student,” said the petition.
The second petition up for hearing today is filled by Ravi Prakash Gupta for NISA Education. The petition claims that the members of result committees formed by schools and other faculty and staff of the school are required to be physically present to calculate results. This, claims petition can lead to health concerns amid the COVID-19 pandemic.