Kerala Board Exams have a new update. The grace marks policy for class 10 and 12 Board Exams is being heard over in the Kerala High Court, HC. The Court is seeking State's response on scrapping the grace marks policy altogether in the State Board Examinations for the academic year 2020-21. ,william-hill-cricket-betting-tips
A division Bench of Chief Justice S Manikumar and Justice Shaji P Chaly heard the matter. After taking into account statements by various stakeholders, the Bench has asked the State to file its statement before July 22. It is alleged that the government didn’t give a due notice to the students before the results and simply decided to do away with grace marks. ,basketball-foul-hand-signals
comment-gagner-miles-winamax,The petition has been filed by Kerala Students Union, KSU on behalf of students impacted by the decision of the State General Education Department of not awarding grace marks in SSLC or Class 10 and Class 12 examinations 2020-21. The State's reason behind this was that schools had remained shut due to the pandemic and hence no extra-curricular activities were conducted, to give grace marks now.
common-volleyball-setting-mistakes,The petition also made a reference to the order in 'Philip Xavier Antony vs Vice Chancellor, MG University Kottayam & Ors'. In this hearing, it was held that a beneficial approach of awarding grace marks should be followed as students who take part in extra-curricular activities, give away a major chunk of their time in order to participate in them. The petition even mentioned that by doing away with grace marks policy, the State would be violating Article 14 of the Constitution.
mainz-fc,Citing several such reasons that how the policy was unjust and not beneficial to students, the petition was submitted. It was further prayed that this policy of awarding grace marks in the previous year examinations must be continue to be followed.