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ICSE BOARD: PIL Filed to Cancel July 2020 Exam Due To Corona


Mumbai: Father of ICSE board Student Advocate Arvind Tiwari filed public interest litigation against CISCE at Bombay High Court. The petitioner want to cancel pending papers of ICSE board which is scheduled in July 2020 by CISCE. As per petitioner the Maharashtra State has cancelled all examination in Maharashtra which was scheduled in July due to corona. So in same pattern the CISCE should cancel all pending papers in the pattern of State Of Maharashtra. Matter will be heard soon by Bombay High Court. There are more than 35k cases of corona registered at Mumbai till date.

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Comment from Adv Arvind Tiwari ".. We want exams to be cancelled because the situation in Maharashtra is not favourable for exams to be held. And since the situation is not favourable the Maharashtra govt cancelled exams . ....That as per the time table of the Board, issued for July. All the ICSE students will not be able to apply for admissions in Colleges as results would be possible only in September. And in July the college admissions would start as the SSC cancelled it's pending exams so that results can be issued on time and admissions for junior colleges can be conducted on time"

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