The Central Board of Education may abstain from moving to Supreme Court against Delhi HC’s order asking it not to do away with moderation of marks, even as the HRD ministry again instructed the board on Thursday to release Class XII results “on time”. CBSE decision on Moderation of Marks is “Unfair and Irresponsible” says Delhi HC
CBSE officials had a second round of meeting with the HRD Ministry on Thursday evening. There could be a delay in results if SC refuses to get involved and also since CBSE was quite on the matter; there is a vagueness about the declaration of results.
“Based on the legal opinion received by the ministry (on Wednesday), it was decided that the board will not move the court. It has also been decided that moderation will be done based on the rules set (in the examination by laws of CBSE). However, there will not be ‘artificial’ inflation of marks,” said a senior HRD official.
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