The Supreme Court of India will hear the matter on Class 12 board exam cancellation by different state boards. The top court noted the situation in different states, including Andhra Pradesh, which has so far not made any announcement on the cancellation of both Class 10 and 12 board exams.
Karnataka, on the other hand, has cancelled PUC 2 or Class 12 exams but decided to go ahead with SSLC or Class 10 exams in a reduced format. The top court will take up the matter today, June 22, at 2 pm.
The Supreme Court has warned the Andhra Pradesh government it will be held responsible “if there is even one fatality” as a result of holding in-session Class 12 exams next month. The court also said it “may order compensation amounting to ₹ 1 crore” in the event of any deaths.
Other boards took a conscious decision based on the ground reality. There is a new variant – ‘delta plus’. Nobody is clear how it will affect us. Who took the decision to hold these exams and what are the parameters on which the decision was taken?” the court asked.
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