| Mumbai |
Printed: June 25, 2020 3:35:32 am
The STATE authorities Wednesday advised the Bombay Excessive Court docket a state catastrophe administration committee assembly, held on June 22, chaired by Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, has determined that the federal government can not allow the conduct of pending Council for Indian Faculty Certificates Examinations (CISCE) for Lessons X and XII, scheduled to be held in July, in view of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Advocate Basic Kumbhakoni stated the state had persistently maintained a place that it was principally towards conducting exams in view of the pandemic. Kumbhakoni advised the courtroom that the choice was conveyed to him by state Further Chief Secretary Vandana Krishna on June 23, stating the path was handed to not conduct bodily exams for pending papers in July. An analogous choice was additionally taken for not conducting the college exams.
This comes after the Excessive Court docket had sought to know if it was adopting a “wait-and-watch” coverage and requested the state authorities to “clear” its place on holding bodily examination for the pending topics. A division bench of Chief Justice Dipankar Datta and Justice S S Shinde heard a plea by advocate Arvind Rangnarain Tiwari, additionally the father or mother of a scholar from an ICSE-affiliated faculty. The HC additionally heard intervention pleas by just a few dad and mom.
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