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When asked about sharing the onus of the dubious land deals,will be launched for the first time in India on Thursday,he added. including PV Sindhu and Saina Nehwal, I told him it is the policy of our government, whose son appeared for the CBSE Class XII examinations. "I am happy that this uncertainty over marks is going to end" CBSE rushed their decision The Delhi High Court on 23 May said that doing away of the marks moderation policy was unfair to this year’s students who had registered for the exam when the policy was still in place The bench of acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal and Justice Pratibha M Singh asked the CBSE why it could not implement the policy change from next year as the results of the 2016-2017 exams were expected in a few days The court made it clear that the CBSE did not handle the case sensitively and rushed to their decision in April Breaking down the arguments Until Wednesday the chances were high that the CBSE would contest the definition of ‘moderation’ But it isthe delay and uncertainty that caused problems for millions of students ostensibly because as many as eight states — including Haryana Gujarat Madhya Pradesh and Himachal Pradesh — have already declared their results Sadly these students are likely to suffer in the undergraduate admissions because their boards didn’t follow their boards didn’t follow the CBSE policy How did this trouble begin A PIL contended that the policy should not be done away with this year as decided by some states since it would affect the students of Class XII who have applied for admissions abroad The petition moved by parent Rakesh Kumar and advocate Ashish Verma argued that the policy was changed by way of a notification after the exams were held and that it would havea drastic impact on the students “The CBSE did not even care to put the notification on its website for a long time How can someone take things so lightly” argued Balbir Singh their advocate Singh said the CBSE decision to scrap marks had triggered chaos “If the decision to scrap marks was followed the Class XII students may not meet the cut-off of the Delhi University as there could be a decrease in marks by at least 12 to 15 percent” “Kerala Tamil Nadu Andhra Pradesh and Chhattisgarh have decided to implement the policy change from next year which should have been the ideal approach” said Singh During the hearing the court was told by Additional Solicitor General Sanjay Jain that CBSE sought some relief for its Delhi University students but that plea was declined Swati Bhattacharya whose son appeared for the Class XII examination says the board took the decision without ensuring a national-level consensus between various state boards which conductedClass X and XII exams “I am relieved The CBSE decision denied a level-playing field to CBSE students as compared to those of other state boards I am all for reduction of moderation marks policy but the colleges need to lower their cut off marks as well” says Bhattacharya CBSE’s woesaren’t over yet The CBSE is also in the dock over the National Eligibility and Entrance Test (NEET) 2017 following an order from the Madras High Court asking the board not to publish NEET results until 7 June 2017 The order from the Madurai bench of the high court followed after Sankalp an NGO alleged the test was not conducted in an uniform manner across the country and that question papers were leaked The Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) of the Rajasthan police earlier arrested a Delhi-based gang involved in leaking the NEET question papers Sankalp said different question papers were given to students in different parts of the country One question came with two correct options while another came with all four multiple choice answers wrong Worse the West Bengal government claimed the Bengali question paper was tougher than the English version West Bengal education minister Partha Chatterjee told Firstpost that those who appeared for NEET suffered badly “We have written to the HRD ministry and CBSE because the promise of identical question papers was not followed and tough questions were framed for the Bengali board students” The matter is now being heard in the Supreme Court Stuck in the middle is the fate of a little over 11 lakh students in 103 cities who appeared for the examinationin 10 languages at 1921 centres That’s a large number And another huge uncertainty Written by Agencies | Lalgarh (wb) | Published: June 23 2009 11:51 am Related News Normal life was affected for the second day on Tuesday in Maoist-infested districts of West MidnaporePurulia and Bankura during the 48-hour bandh called by the ultras in five states to protest the offensive by security forces against Naxalites in Lalgarh Shops and markets remained closed and vehicles kept off the roads in the Maoist-hit areas of LalgarhBinpurPirakata and Jhargram in West Midnapore district Howeverno untoward incident was reported from the areas where security forces are expected to launch their offensive In the district headquarter town of Midnapore life returned to normal and vehicles plied on roads Reports from Bankura and Purulia said life in the Maoist-hit areas was seriously affected The entire area is under strict surveillance of the security forcesofficial sources said Patrolling along the railway tracks has been intensified in Adra division of South Eastern Railway following detection of a landmine at Birandi station on the first day of the Maoist bandh on Mondaythe sources said Mobile phone towercommunity centre blasted in Bihar Maoists blasted a tower of a private telephone service provider and a community centre in Bihar during their 48-hour bandh in five states to protest the police action at Lalgarh Scores of CPI(Maoist) ultras swooped on Jhikatia village in Aurangabad district just past midnight and set off dynamites to blow up the community centre buildingpolice said on Tuesday Howeverno one was injured as nobody was present at the building when the Maoists triggered the blast Maoists blew up the tower of a private telephone company at Kharasi village in extremist-affected Gaya districtalso around midnight The tower was badly damagedpolice said The place is situated close to Jharkhand border Life in Bihar remained largely unaffected by the Maoist bandh barring Barachatti sub-division of Gaya districtwhere shops and business establishments were closed and traffic including on the 100 km stretch of Grand Trunk road (NH-2) is very thin For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsUnion Minister M Venkaiah Naidu on Wednesday blamed the Congress for instigating farmers in Mandsaur in Madhya Pradesh where five people were killed in police firing The protests were being hijacked by the Congress Naidu said a day after the violence Farmers in the area have been protesting since 1 June demanding higher minimum support prices (MSP) for their produce among other things "It is a very sad turn of events in a state that is the most peaceful state in India Congress is trying to politicise farmers’ problems after they failed to counter Shivraj Singh Chouhan politically in the state" Naidu said File image of Union Minister Venkaiah Naidu PTI He said that Madhya Pradesh was amongst the best performing states on all counts and that Chouhan was one of BJP’s best chief ministers "Because of his initiatives 20 percent of farmers in the country are in Madhya Pradesh. he has encouraged them has got them land and electricity Because of this their production has increased They might not be getting ideal price for their crops and they are protesting against that sure and the state government is addressing these issues but Congress is politicising it" said Naidu Naidu the minister for information and broadcasting as well as urban development warned the Congress against fuelling violence "I saw news reports that farmers have burnt vehicles and destroyed railway tracks Farmers never resort to this kind of violence I just want to warn Congress not to fuel violence in the name of farmers It will boomerang on you Whatever the condition of farmers across the country is is because of the long years of neglect of the agricultural sector by you (Congress)" he said The minister went on to list pro-farmer initiatives of the BJP-led government at the Centre including the Pradhan Mantri Bima Fasal Yojana (new crop insurance scheme) the Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sichai Yojana (irrigation scheme) the health card plan and the waiving of loans for farmers The problems would take sometime to solve but the government was committed to addressing them Naidu said "The prime minister has ordered an enquiry and the truth will come out I ask the Congress why they want aninstant solution to farmers’ problems in Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh when they have no solution for farmers in Congress-ruled Karnataka" “We will not put the students at a disadvantage, acting as a cover for Mendy and Walker.We received the complaint." The letter said.

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