A bench of Justices AM Khanwilkar and Dinesh Maheshwari said each board would have to evolve its own methodology. “We direct the boards to evolve the methodology at the earliest and there should not be a delay of more than ten days from today onwards,” the bench said.
New Delhi. Supreme court The Board on Thursday directed the state education boards to declare the results of internal assessment for Class XII by July 31 and made it clear that each board is autonomous and free to formulate its own methodology for evaluation of students. The court said that it will not give any direction to create a uniform methodology for evaluation of students across the country. It asked the state boards to prepare the system at the earliest and it should not be delayed beyond ten days from Thursday to the next. A bench of Justices AM Khanwilkar and Dinesh Maheshwari said each board would have to evolve its own methodology. “We direct the boards to evolve the methodology at the earliest and there should not be a delay of more than ten days from today onwards,” the bench said.
The board should also declare the results of internal assessment by July 31, 2021, the deadline which has been fixed for CBSE and CISCE. A request has been made to direct The bench said, “We are making it clear that each board can decide its own method. We also want to make it clear that we are not endorsing the accuracy and validity of the method made by the concerned board.” During the hearing through video conference, the advocate informed the bench that the state board which canceled the 12th examination. They may be asked to adopt a uniform methodology for evaluation of students. To this the bench said, “This is probably not acceptable as every state board has its own methodology. It cannot be the same. We will not instruct a uniform method. Every board has to develop its own method.
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