CBSE Schools Must Obey the State Government Guidelines – CBSE Secretary Anurag Tripathi | Check Details of Class 10th and 12th Examination Here. Supreme Court will hear the petition on the cancellation of Class 12 exams next Monday, May 31, 2021, again at 11 am. (with inputs from Abraham Thomas in New Delhi). The CBSE Board has issued an order to all private schools declaring that all CBSE schools must follow the rules of the state government.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has directed schools to abide by the rules laid down by the state government. In a circular sent to all schools, CBSE Secretary Anurag Tripathi said, “All CBSE schools should act with transparency. It has come to light that when every CBSE school receives affiliation status, the signing schools claiming to follow the given rules do not follow those rules properly.
Supreme Court of India: The plea filed by Supreme Court Advocate Mamta Sharma asked for directions to the Centre, Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination (CISCE) to cancel the CBSE and ICSE Class 12 examinations. In the plea, the Advocate has requested the highest Court to direct the national exam conducting authorities to declare the Class 12 result on the basis of objective methodology within the specific time frame.
***Along with it, around 7000 parents have also moved to the Supreme Court seeking cancellation of the Class 12 Board exams amid this pandemic.
All schools are also required to post basic information about the school on their website for the parents of the students to know. That is, the details of the school, code number, address, name of the school principal, his education, e-mail address, including mobile number should be included. The website should also include a building certificate issued by the government, copies of health and fire certificates, a self-certification certificate issued by the DEO, details of fees for students, exam results and a timetable.