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CBSE improvement, compartment exams to begin from August 16

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New Delhi: The CBSE on Thursday informed the Supreme Court that it will conduct examinations for improvement of marks of classes 10 and 12 candidates from August 25 to September 15, and declare the results by September 30.

A bench headed by Justice A.M. Khanwilkar and comprising Justice Sanjiv Khanna approved the schedules submitted by the CBSE and the ICSE in their respective affidavits.

"In response, the boards have filed separate affidavits making firm commitment about the Schedule. As there was some ambiguity in the affidavit filed by the CBSE, on instructions, learned counsel appearing for the CBSE has submitted a schedule for conducting exams for Improvement/Compartment/Private/Patrachar students of Class 12 and Class 10," said the bench in its order.

Meanwhile, the Supreme Court directed all schools affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) to publish detailed results of Class 12 and 10 students tabulated by the Results Committee to enable students to decide if they should opt for the improvement exams to be held between August 15 and September 15. CBSE agreed to issue a circular in this regard.

The CBSE said on August 10, its portal will open for registration of candidates -- for improvement, patrachar and private candidates of classes 10 and 12 - and a circular will be issued, declaring date sheet for exams. The examinations would begin from August 25 and the last paper will be held on September 15. It will declare results on September 30.

For ICSE candidates, the registration will begin on August 4 and it declare a detailed examination schedule by August 5 or 6. On August 16, the improvement examination will commence and the results for the improvement examinations shall be declared around September 20.

The CBSE also declined to refund examinations fees deposited for the academic year 2020-21, noting that it is an autonomous body and receives no aid from the government.

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