Tuesday, 2 July 2013

Delhi high court directs CBSE to answer plea submitted for Normalisation process

On Monday, 1st July Delhi high court directed CBSE and HRD Ministry to respond to a plea submitted for Normalisation process by engineering aspirant Arnav Ohri for admission to undergraduate engineering programmes in top institutes including IIT and NIT.

Plea submitted for Normalisation process says

– “while adopting the normalisation procedure, the government has ignored the vital fact that several Boards in India (like CBSE, ICSE, and State Boards like Bihar Board, UP Board) have different curriculum, system of examinations and marking schemes. Therefore, giving 40 percent weightage to the XII Board exams is arbitrary and unconstitutional.”
Last year Kapil sibal decided to give 40% weightage to XII board and 60% weightage to JEE Main score before preparing JEE Main merit list for admission to NITs and other CFTIs. After that concept of Normalisation came into picture.
The new normlaisation process was introduced last month, check below links if you have any query regarding this process.

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