CBSE to Release Class 12 Compartment Result by October 10

The Central Board of Secondary Education [CBSE] informed the Supreme Court on Thursday that it will disclose the compartment exam results of 12th class students on or before 10th October 2020. The board told the same to the bench comprising two judges namely Sanjiv Khanna and A M Khanwilkar. The bench has been hearing petitions regarding the conduct of the test.

CBSE to Release Class 12 Compartment Result by October 10
CBSE to Release Class 12 Compartment Result by October 10

Meanwhile, the University Grants Commission also conveyed the bench at the apex court that it will initiate the academic calendar for various Undergraduate courses from 31st October. In the meantime, the compartment results of 12th class exams will also be released, as per the statement of UGC. Recently, the Supreme Court ordered the CBSE and UGC to coordinate with each other regarding the result declaration and commencement of the admission process.

The top court directed the board to release the results as soon as possible so that the UGC will start the admission procedure. The apex court was also hearing petitions from the candidates looking for an extension of the last date for providing admissions into various colleges. By wrapping up the admission process by 31st October 2020, the UGC has given adequate time for the students to carry out the application process to various colleges and universities.

The petitioners expressed their thankfulness to the officials who have taken a logical approach in resolving the issues confronted by them. After hearing the petition, the apex court previously directed UGC and CBSE to work together to make sure the academic year of the candidates isn’t wasted. Considering the COVID-19 pandemic situation, the students had filed a petition in the court seeking cancellation of the compartment examination.

They also asked an extension of the last date for the admission process for the academic session 2020-21. As per the statement of the Supreme Court, the career of more than 2 lakh students shouldn’t be placed at risk. The apex court disposed of the petition considering the note of the submission. Visit KVPY.ORG.IN to get the latest updates about various education news.

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