Can’t stop after issuing admit card: High Court allows class 10 student to write board exam

The Delhi High Court permitted a class 10 girl student to sit for her board exams on Monday after she was stopped by CBSE board submitting her domicile certificate at late.

The court said that the students was stopped from giving her exams even though she had been issued with an admit card earlier. Delhi High Court in its statement said, “After issuing the admit card, stopping the student from entering the examination hall is unthinkable. The CBSE has no right to do so.”
It was Justice C Hari Shankar, who permitted the student to appear in her class 10 board examinations conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). The petition was submitted by the minor’s mother which had been passed by the High Court.

The High Court said, “This is completely unacceptable. The CBSE is expected to be vigilant regarding the entitlement of the students to appear in the examination.”

“It is inhuman to first issue an admit card to a student, and when the student appears for the examination, make her stand outside the examination hall,” Justice Hari Shankar also expressed his displeasure in the case and on the authorties.

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