The Kerala High Court on Thursday slammed the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) over the fate of class 10 students of an unaffiliated school in Kochi, who was not ready to write board examinations. Reprimanding the CBSE, the High Court said that the board should give some duty and ought to have kept such an incident from occurring.
Kerala HC: ‘Do not play with their future’ to CBSE Board
Twenty-eight students of Arooja Little Star School at Moolamkuzhi in Kochi, concentrating in class 10 were not ready to write the CBSE board test which began on Monday. Although the school was unaffiliated to CBSE and not perceived by the state government, it had for the past many years made class 10 students write board tests through courses of action made with different schools partnered to CBSE. However, this year, such a plan had not worked out, the school specialists neglected to educate students that they can’t write exams. It was just a couple of days before the tests that school authorities at long last uncovered to the students that they won’t have the ability to write the exam.
“CBSE is allowing schools all across the country as it pleases, but they are not checking how it works. It is those who want to make profit who exploit the silence of CBSE. CBSE should improve its performance. Do not play with the future of the children,” the court said while slamming the representatives of CBSE who were present in court on Thursday.
Considering the petition filed by the management of Arooja Little Star School, the court had on Wednesday, solicited the provincial official from CBSE to be available in court on Thursday.
The court likewise expressed that this will be the last warning issued to CBSE. The board has likewise been approached to present a detailed affidavit on the issue to the court before next Wednesday.
Diving into the issue further, the court also asked the management from Arooja Little Star School to present the rundown of schools where previous class 10 students had composed their board tests. This will likely get the associated schools which helped the unaffiliated schools, also in a difficult situation. The court likewise asked that the Kerala government advise whether the student will be feeling the loss of a scholarly year in light of the issue.