The CBSE 12th Result 2017 is not yet declared due to Scrapping Moderation Policy, under which students will be given grace marks for difficult questions. While the Delhi Supreme court has stated that implementing the Scrapping Moderation Policy from this year is unfair and irresponsible as it is becoming late already. Moreover, the students appeared for the 12th examinations are keenly waiting for their results. Hence the Delhi Supreme Court has strongly stressed over ‘why can’t this Scrap Moderation Policy might be moved to next year?’.
A bench of Acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal and Justice Pratibha M Singh said, the CBSE’s decision which would come into effect from this year “would have a drastic effect on the Students”.
No Clarity on CBSE 12th Result 2017: Scrapping Moderation Policy is Unfair says Delhi HC
The High Court is highly intolerant with the decision of Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and ordered to implement the scrap moderation policy from next year. CBSE 12th Result might be release after friday and by this weekend as per latest news
The Delhi High Court is hearing an appeal to by a Parent and advocates Ashish Verma. They said that the approach was changed after the exams for the year and henceforth would drastically affect the students. They also stated the notice in not accessible on the CBSE’s site. Because of the adjustment in the policy, the class 12th understudies may not make up for lost time with the cut-off of the Delhi University as there is a possibility of a decrease in marks by at least 15 percent, said Senior advocate Baldir Singh. The candidate expressed that the students of CBSE would also wind up scoring not as much as State board students. The states like Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, and Chhattisgarh, have chosen to execute the adjustment in the approach from next year and subsequently the students have a place with these state are far better to those from Delhi and other states.
CBSE UGC NET Jan Results 2017 Check out the Reasons for Delay of Results
Additional Solicitor General, Sanjay Jain told the Delhi High Court that the board had kept in touch with the Delhi University in regards to some relaxation to CBSE understudies, however, the college has refused to do as such. The CBSE finally preparing to release the 12th class results in nest month. The CBSE might release the class 12th result 2017 on 2nd June probably. Aspirants waiting for CBSE 12th result can keep in touch with the CBSE official website, cbse.nic.in to check the update regarding the result. The CBSE will soon come up with the notification regarding the CBSE 12th result 2017.