[CBSE results] State of affairs at CBSE worrisome; students kept in dark about weightage to term exam marks: Delhi High Court

The Court said that there were glaring lapses in CBSE's conduct and a lackadaisical approach was adopted by it while approving the criteria of the 30%-70% weightage formula for term I and term II respectively.
Delhi High Court and CBSE
Delhi High Court and CBSE

The Delhi High Court has held that there were glaring lapses in the conduct of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) as it kept the students in dark till the very end regarding the weightage to be given to term exam marks while calculating the results of Class X and XII board exams for the year 2022 [Devasri Bali v CBSE and Anr].

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