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CBSE results likely to out tomorrow | Government not to approach SC

According to the ministry sources, the decision has been taken after legal advice from government lawyers. “The experts have suggested that CBSE should not challenge the High Court order and the policy could be implemented next year as currently, the timing of the results is crucial for school

Arnima Dwivedi

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Published on 26 May 2017 5:14 AM GMT

CBSE results likely to out tomorrow | Government not to approach SC
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CBSE results likely to come on May 27 | Government not to approach SC
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New Delhi: In much relaxation to the students awaiting their board results, the Centre has made it clear that it will not approach the Supreme Court against a high court verdict to continue marks moderation policy by CBSE.

Results of Class 12 and class 10 board exams may be released on Saturday or Sunday (May 27 or May 28).

The announcement came a day after Union HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar assured 11 lakh students who appeared for the exam that the results would be declared on time.

Also Read: CBSE may declare result dates today | HRD minister assures ‘no delay’

According to the ministry sources, the decision has been taken after legal advice from government lawyers. “The experts have suggested that CBSE should not challenge the High Court order and the policy could be implemented next year as currently, the timing of the results is crucial for school students who need to apply for college admissions.”

It could be recalled that last year, CBSE results of Class 12 were released on May 21 while of Class 12 on May 28, but this time, due to Delhi High Court’s direction on continuation of marks moderation policy, the Board hasn’t released the results yet. This has led to distress in a lot of students as they are unable to apply in the universities.

Arnima Dwivedi

Arnima Dwivedi

A journalist, presently working as a sub-editor with newstrack.com. I love exploring new genres of humans and humanity.

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