The complaint that was filed by six students taking part in board exams claimed that the whole procedure of the boards for conducting period one and semester one exams only in offline mode is clearly unreasonable.
Based on the dates sheet released in the CBSE Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) the one-board examinations will begin on the 16th of November.
The first semester of the board exam for the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) would start on November 22nd.
The plea made by attorney Sumanth Nookala requested that the following exams would are to be held in hybrid mode, with the option to choose between offline or online exams.
"Consent is important because the tests directly impact the mental wellbeing of petitioners and require a safe and open environment that allows for an accurate evaluation. It is well-known that the third round of COVID pandemics is anticipated," the plea said.
The report claimed that the exam system that is currently in place is a mess of bad preparation and a lack of application of the mind' that will also negatively affect students.
"Even in the
event that the respondents (boards and others) would like to conduct tests on
the dates mentioned the board had enough space and funds to prepare the event
with care and take into account the issues mentioned in the request," it