The Delhi High Court on Wednesday sought response from Central and Delhi governments and the chairperson of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on a plea seeking modification of present policy in place for tabulation of marks for class 10 board exams for the year 2021(Justice for All vs CBSE). .Notice in the petition was issued by a Bench of Chief Justice DN Patel and Justice Jyoti Singh. .The petition, a public interest litigation petition by an NGO, Justice for All said that present policy based on internal assessment examinations, could be misused by the school managements against the wards of the parents who have been fighting against the commercialization of education. ."The petitioner submits that the policy of moderation of marks devised by the board is absolutely constitutional, in contrast to the fundamental right guaranteed to the students under Article 21A of the Constitution of India, as the performance of a student of the present batch, is being judged and calculated by the performance of the previous batch of students, the performance of teachers of the school, also with the performance of the state or district," the plea said. .The petitioner explained that policy is framed in such manner as per which CBSE assesses the performance of school on the basis of the last three year, and not on the performance of the individual students. .This method, the petitioner stated, would cause injustice to the students as the performance of school is not relatable in any manner with the performance of the student..It was also asserted that there is no mechanism for the grievance redressal and the fate of the students has been left mercilessly in the hands of the school managements..Advocate Khagesh Jha appeared for the petitioner.