Ahmedabad: The Central Board of Secondary Education has been dragged to the Gujrat High court when a dispute took place over two correct answers of a multiple choice question asked in the NET examination which gets conducted by the CBSE on behalf of University Grant Commission. The NET examination is conducted to gauge the capabilities of candidates who are willing to be assistant professors and apply for the post of junior research fellow.
This particular petition against CBSE had been filed by Dr. Trivedi who appeared for the examination in December2014. Dr. Trivedi is a professor of Law. When the result of this particular examination came out, it was seen that Dr. Trivedi has scored 60% which comes to 210 out of a total which is 350. To pass the NET examination and be eligible for the post of Assistant Professor the body has made 60.57 as the cut off marks. Due to this malfunctioning of wrongs answers, he was unable to crack the examination.
The particular question which was asked based on the principles of Supreme Court. After picking the right option, he even checked various books on law and each and every material proves him absolutely right. After this issue, he had claimed for a justification from CBSE but there was no action taken. Then, Dr. Trivedi has moved to Gujrat High court and placed this matter in front of the Judiciary.
During the first session of this case, the CBSE was told to reply regarding this issue on 9th June but there was no communication from CBSE. The next hearing of the case is on 4th July 2016.
This case is getting delayed for many days as CBSE is least bothered to solve this issue. Justice Pardiwala has observed that such fault by the board is very unacceptable as it has become an open ground for the people to talk about CBSE’S reputation.
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