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Gauhati HC allows students to seek SEBA for compartmental examination

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The Gauhati High Court (HC) has granted students the right to approach SEBA for a Compartmental Examination in disciplines in which they failed the special assessment.

The Gauhati High Court issued an order in PIL Case No 47/2021 addressing the holding of Compartmental examinations by SEBA, as it has done in the past, solely for failing students, as per the policy of the Assam Board of Secondary Education.

SEBA’S rule

According to SEBA rules, the Compartmental Test of the HSLC/AHM examination was held in the past for those candidates who did not pass the HSLC/AHM examination but failed no more than three topics and received a total of 170 marks.

They were only allowed to take the Compartmental Examination once in their lives. To pass the Compartmental Examination, the candidate must score at least 30% in all topics and have a total score of 180.

Meanwhile, the High Court stated in its judgment that SEBA must make a humane decision regarding the Compartmental Examination.

As a result, in light of the High Court’s order, the Assam Board of Secondary Education is considering starting the process of conducting the Compartmental Examination as per the court’s order after the declaration of the results of the Special Examination, which will be held from October 1 to October 11, 2021, on a suitable date, upon receipt of proper applications from willing students who failed in the Special Examination. The applications, together with a list of willing candidates, must be submitted to the district’s inspector of schools by the heads of institutions.

As a result of the Gauhati High Court’s directive, all school inspectors are required to receive applications from students who are qualified to take the Compartmental Examination according to SEBA’s procedure.

There will be two types of applicants: those who have applied for the Special Examination and those who have not applied for the Special Examination.

The process

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There will be two types of applicants: those who have applied for the Special Examination and those who have not applied for the Special Examination.

Candidates who got Admit Cards for the Special Examination and applied for the Compartmental Examination are only allowed to appear in subjects in which they were unsuccessful, with a maximum of three subjects and a minimum score of 170.

All other students who have obtained a special examination admit card, including those who have failed four or more topics, will be required to take all six subjects.

Candidates who have not applied for the Special Test but are otherwise eligible for the Compartmental examination will be given a Compartmental examination in due course, based on their fitness.

The procedure will begin upon the announcement of the Special Examination results. Candidates who are qualified and wish to participate in the Compartmental Examination must submit their applications as soon as the process begins. This privilege will be offered to candidates who took part in all six Special Examination papers but were unsuccessful.

Guwahati HC response on the lone playground in Silchar being converted into shopping hub

The Gauhati High Court has ordered the state government’s counsel to seek instructions on a petition challenging the conversion of Silchar’s lone playground into a retail mall.

A PIL filed by Ali Reja Osmani brought the attention of the High Court to the sole open space in the area, the Kol Ghor Ground in Silchar, which is being turned into a shopping hub. According to the PIL, this will deprive local children and residents of their only playground.

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