News By/Courtesy: Riya Singh | 02 Jul 2020 12:47pm IST

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Students who failed in 9th and 11th classes should be provided an opportunity to appear for re-exams
  • Opportunity to appear for the exams is extended to all the students even if they were given this opportunity earlier
  • The CBSE has further asked schools to accept the notification released on May 13

The Central Board of Secondary Education has released a notification to CBSE affiliated schools to conduct re-exams. As per the notice students who failed in 9th and 11th classes should be provided an opportunity to appear for re-exams. This notification was initially issued on May 13. 

After the release of the notification updated on May 13, the board further notified that the opportunity to appear for the exams is extended to all the students even if they were given this opportunity earlier.

“CBSE because of unprecedented situation, intimated its decision vide Notification No. CBSE/CE/2020 dated 13.5.2020 that all the failed students of 9th and 11th be provided with an opportunity in all subjects where students have failed. It was also reiterated that this exemption is to be extended to all the students even if they have been given this opportunity earlier to this notification also”, as per official CBSE notification.

The board was also informed that some schools are not providing the students with an opportunity to appear for the re-exams to improve their final scores. CBSE has insisted that all schools must comply with their decision regarding the improvement exams. 

The notification from CBSE claims that Delhi High Court during the case hearing has not suppressed the notification released on May 13. The CBSE has further asked schools to accept the notification released on May 13. 

"It has come to the notice of the Board that schools are being misled stating that till the time LPA No. 154 of 2020, Rukmini Devi Public School vs. CBSE filed in the Hon'ble High Court of Delhi is not disposed of, there is no need of complying the Notification dated 13.05.2020 by the schools. It has also come to the notice that schools are therefore not extending the opportunity to the failed students of Class 9th and 11th," says CBSE notice. 

"All schools are hereby informed that the Hon'ble High Court of Delhi has, during the hearings, not quashed the above said Notification, hence all are requested to abide by the directions contained therein without being misled. Accordingly, schools can conduct online/offline/innovative tests and may decide promotion based on the test conducted", instructed by CBSE through notification. 

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Section Editor: Pushpit Singh | 02 Jul 2020 14:24pm IST


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