Education

Delhi HC allows CBSE Class 12 girl to take exam despite low attendance

Moreover, the court also directed that the girl's result should not be declared and should be kept in a sealed cover.

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has recently allowed a student to appear for Class 12 board student despite low attendance in school. The girl had already written two tests conducted till now and had requested permission to appear in the remaining board exams.

This move comes in after the Delhi High court on Wednesday had put a stay on an order barring a student from sitting for the exam.

According to advocate Saket Sikri who was representing the girl, the board had earlier pardoned the shortage of the girl's attendance on medical grounds and had allowed her to appear for two examinations. It is said that the information was passed on to the girl on March 27.

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