New Delhi, ANI. Board Exam Cancelled due to Delhi Violence: In view of violent protests in Delhi, Delhi government has also postponed the examination at 86 centers. At the same time, CBSE has postponed the board examination keeping safety in mind.
Let us tell you that there is tension due to violent protests in North East Delhi. In such a situation, this step has been taken to protect the children.
Earlier, the CBSE has already told about the board examination of children that it is difficult to conduct the examination due to violence. Today, this matter has reached the court too. Now after hearing this, the Delhi High Court said that keeping in mind the safety of children, CBSE should consider changing the center soon or changing the exam date.
Now in this government, Education Minister Manish Sisodia also issued a statement that tomorrow the schools will be closed and they have demanded the CBSE to postpone the board examination. CBSE issued an official statement on its behalf late evening and said that the board examinations will be postponed. In this, examinations will be postponed at a total of 86 centers.
The Delhi High Court on Wednesday heard the plea to change the center for board examination of class 10th and 12th. Let us tell you that during the protests of CAA and NRC, violence spread in many areas of Delhi. After this, it is the third consecutive day on Tuesday when Delhi is disturbed.
Due to violence in East Delhi, many schools were closed and examinations were postponed. CBSE has declared the next date for postponing the board examination. Now a petition has been filed on behalf of the students and schools, asking the court to change the center. The High Court, during the hearing of the petition, said that child safety cannot be played with. CBSE will either shift center or reschedule.
CBSE will either shift center or reschedule. The court also said that CBSE should take a decision on this as soon as possible. Please tell that a paper of children on Wednesday is where 10 people have died in CAA violence. Justice Rajiv has asked the CBSE to take a decision on this as soon as possible so that the necessary information can reach the children on time. The court will now hear this matter again on Wednesday morning.
Here, Education Minister Manish Sisodia tweeted that the school will remain closed tomorrow due to violence, while the Board has requested the CBSE to postpone the exam. He tweeted that ‘Schools in violence-hit North-East district will remain closed tomorrow. Home exams have been postponed. At the same time, CBSE has also been requested to postpone the board examination tomorrow (Wednesday).