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Grace Mark Criteria: Govt Defers Decision

The State Government on Tuesday submitted before the Kerala High Court that it would not implement this year the decision not to give grace mark to students who scored 90 percent and above in the Plus-II examination.

Published: 07th May 2014 09:13 AM  |   Last Updated: 07th May 2014 09:13 AM   |  A+A-

The State Government on Tuesday submitted before the Kerala High Court that it would not implement this year the decision not to give grace mark to students who scored 90 percent and above in the Plus-II examination. The government had also announced that grace mark would be given to students who get ‘A’ grade in the ‘Kalolsavam’.

Justice Jayasankaran Nambiar recorded the submission of the government and disposed of a petition filed by Haripriya of Thrissur, challenging the decision of the government. The government had decided to limit the granting of grace mark only to those who scores below 90 percent in the examination.

According to the petitioner, she expects 90 percent or above mark in the Plus-II examination.

She had won ‘A’ grade in Thiruvathira in the Kalolsavam. If the government implemented the decision she would not get the grace mark against the ‘A’ grade she got in the Kalolsavam.



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