There were reports of CBSE contemplating to approach Supreme Court of India with a special leave petition (SLP), challenging the Delhi High Court order on marks moderation policy. This had added to the woes of students and parents who are desperately waiting for the result.
CBSE's decision for scrapping moderation policy left students in confusion. What added more to this tussle was the Board's delay in declaring the result. Even as of now, the Board is mum about a tentative date!
We talked to Ms. Sunita Nagpal Principal DPS, Sushant Lok, Gurgaon about the moderation policy to which she said, ‘The important and underlying reasons for this move by CBSE definitely deserves credit. The unrealistic cut offs in colleges due to artificial inflation of marks was a bubble waiting to burst.’ Addressing the chaos over result date she added that, ‘The anxiety is more due to the fact that Delhi University admission process has already begun and many of our students plan to study there. Ideally this policy should have been implemented in a phased manner after due information at the beginning of the year.’
With the Board not moving top court, CBSE results can be expected anytime soon.
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