Based on the recent decision the board has informed that the students will be given marks based on previous examinations and internal assessments.
Meanwhile, for Class 10 students there is no such option to appear for exams later.
The option of re-examination would not be available to the ICSE Board students - neither class XII, nor class X. The CISCE will grade students based on the pattern of internal assessments.
Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, for the Centre and the CBSE, said Maharashtra, Delhi and Tamil Nadu have already conveyed that they are unable to conduct examinations. "Let them declare the result as soon as possible", he said.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Thursday informed that it has chose to cancel all the pending board examination for class 10 and 12. Additionally, it has highlighted the point of variation in situation becoming conducive in different states, thus telling the Centre to revisit their schemes and decision after a month, to include the problems of all at once. And the authorities concerned would take a decision on the issue very soon.
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The government said it has also decided not to conduct its own university exams for final year students in the state in the wake of the pandemic.
Earlier the exams were postponed due to the covid-19 and later the CBSE authorities chose to hold the exam between July 1 and July 15. The board was also considering online examinations and a confirmation for the same was expected.
The court made this suggestion in response to a plea from a group of parents, who have asked for cancellation of the remaining board exams citing the Covid-19 pandemic.
It was also hearing a separate plea seeking quashing of the May 18 notification of CBSE by which the date sheet for remaining exams of Class XII was declared. CISCE, though, is allowing students to choose between appearing for the remaining papers or skip exams and get evaluated on the basis on internal marks. It was decided that the CBSE exams will be held from July 1-15. The class X exams had started on February 21 and were to end on March 29.
The decision came amid the outbreak of novel coronavirus in the country as well as the lockdown situation that was imposed to contain the virus spread.