New Delhi: The Delhi Excessive Courtroom on Tuesday directed the Central Board of Examination (CBSE) to take resolution on altering the examination centre located in violence-hit space Chandu Nagar within the nationwide capital.
A Bench of Justice Rajiv Shakdar was listening to a petition searching for a course to vary the examination centre for college students endeavor class 10 and 12 CBSE examination. The matter is listed for tomorrow.
The petition, filed by Bhai Parmanand Vidya Mandir and kin of scholars, acknowledged that it’s “absolutely impossible to even think of approaching the examination centre, much less reaching there in time to take their exams.”
“The situation is so grim and precarious that the students had to rush outside the school from the back gate and a girl child reported her horrible experience of having been stalked and chased by an armed mob,” the plea acknowledged.
A number of components of northeast Delhi have been wracked by violence over the previous three days. Supporters and opponents of the Citizenship (Modification) Act have been clashing since Saturday evening. A number of folks have died to date within the violence.
Justice Shakdar mentioned that prima facie exams can’t be held within the space as per the inputs given by the Station Home Officer (SHO) and that CBSE ought to hold this think about thoughts whereas taking resolution within the matter.
The board informed the courtroom that it’s going to take a choice in a few hours.
Apart from this, the college mentioned that the CBSE stored the examination centre 16 kilometres from the college, which is towards the principles.
“As per the general conditions of examinations issued by the CBSE, the centre has to be located within 10 KMs and is generally, by and large, allotted within 5-6 KMs to every school,” the plea submitted.