The bench said that if students are given the option of internal assessment then as per the schemes, their results will be declared by July 31 and thereafter they can opt for improvisation.
The announcement has come following the cancellation of the TN HSE Exam 2021 for Class 12 students, which was announced last week.
The decision was in view of the high prevalence of the second wave of COVID-19 in several parts of Tamil Nadu and also considering the chances of a third wave, the government said.
"A 13-member committee has been constituted for the purpose. The panel will submit its report within 10 days," said CBSE Examination Controller Sanyam Bhardwaj.
Every year, the varsity's colleges declare cut-offs for courses and students meeting the criteria apply to the respective colleges.
Several students shared their experiences with the prime minister about how the announcement brought relief for them and ended a long spell of uncertainty.
The top court said that it will go through the objective parameters for assessment of marks, so that if anyone has objections they can be dealt with.
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Chouhan said it was not appropriate to put a mental burden of examination on children amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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These suggestions were made during a series of sessions on possibilities to conduct class XII board and other entrance examinations this year held by Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Saturday.
The petition filed by an advocate said the results of Class 12 students be declared based on 'objective methodology' within a specified time frame.
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