The Supreme Court of India today challenged the Andhra Pradesh government for conducting Class XII examinations. At the same time, the court directed the state to prepare file notices that would help establish how the board’s tests were conducted and whether the epidemic was being tested. The Supreme Court warned that “in the event of a single death, we can order a one-crore compensation” and asked “when other councils cancel the tests, Andhra Pradesh wants to show why it is different.”
During the test all Kovid protocol rules are followed- AP
Nearly 5.20 lakh students will attend the 12th examination and all the Kovid protocol rules will be followed during the exam, lawyers representing the Andhra Pradesh government told the Supreme Court. Only 15 to 18 students are allowed to sit the exam in the room.
The Supreme Court asked the state government many questions
The Supreme Court has directed the state to inform the judiciary how the 34,000 rooms will be made available to 5.20 lakh students who are sitting for the examination. A bench of justices AM Khanwilkar and Dinesh Maheshwari, who was hearing the case, asked the Andhra Pradesh government. ? ”The state government replied that about 50,000 vacant employees are ready to take the test.
The Supreme Court is unhappy with the AP government’s plan to conduct tests
The tribunal said that the boards of other states made a conscious decision based on the ground reality. The new variant Delta Plus is now a threat. It is not clear to anyone how it rolls. Who made the decision to run the test and on what parameters? It is not just about conducting tests but also for everyone’s health question. We’re not sure about your plan. “
The court also said that if the exam is held in July, the results will be delayed and Andhra Pradesh students will miss admission to higher courses.
There is no other option than to run a physical exam
Let us say that the Andhra Pradesh Government has informed the Supreme Court that the state will conduct a physical examination for 12th standard students as there are no other options. The state board has no control and the internal assessment policy is inaccurate when declaring the results for 12th grade students. In its affidavit, the Board of Intermediate Education Andhra Pradesh (BIAAP) stated that there is no “credible alternative” for assessing inter or 12th grade students.
Most notably, the Supreme Court will again hear the matter on June 25.
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