The bench noted in its order that counsel appearing for Haryana has submitted that a clarification be issued that respective boards were free to formulate their own schemes being autonomous and independent bodies. “We have no difficulty in acceding to this submission,” the bench said, adding, “In other words, we make it clear that each board may formulate its own scheme. However, we further make it clear that we are not endorsing the correctness and validity of the proposed schemes, to be so formulated by the concerned boards. That will be considered on its own merits, if and when occasion arises.” It noted that Assam has filed an affidavit saying that Class 10 and 12 examinations have been cancelled and the scheme is being formulated by the concerned boards for allocation of internal assessment marks. “That be done expeditiously. In addition, the scheme must provide for a proper mechanism for redressal of dispute or grievance of the students after declaration of results, as has been done in the case of CBSE and ICSE boards,” the bench said.