Seeking moderation policy in I.S.C and I.C.S.E 2017 results

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For many years CBSE, CISCE and other board as well have been following the 'moderation policy'.

Moderation is the policy by which students are allowed some extra marks.

Earlier in may, CISCE,CBSE and 30 other board agreed to 'no moderation policy' to buck the trend of college admissions reaching unprecedented highs.

Many teachers and students agreed that the practice must go on  as it deals in giving some extra marks to students for a wrong or difficult question. It is also used for the standardisation of marks. It holds a great importance for the future of a student.

Delhi High Court on Tuesday prohibited CBSE from scrapping it's moderation policy for the evaluation of class 10 and 12 boards students in 2017.

Justice Prathiba M. Singh made it clear to CBSE  "rules can't be changed after the game has begun" and asked to continue with the moderation policy.

But we CISCE students are not informed anything about moderation. The reports are going to be declared in a couple of days.

I earnestly request u on the behalf of CISCE students to look after our problem and reward us with grace marks by following the moderation policy.

 



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