30,686 middle school students are promoted

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30,686 middle school students are promoted
Muzaffarnagar. To protect students from corona infection, the country’s yogi government has also canceled the UP Board Inter exam. Previously, the Abitur examination had also been canceled. Middle school students are now also being promoted. 30,686 students are funded in the district. For this, the UP Board of Secondary Education has required the annual examination and preliminary examination grades of the 11th grade students of the colleges. DIOA Gajendra Kumar said that the grades of the students enrolled in the exam are sent to the committee, they are given grades by promoting the students taking the grades as a basis. There are 200 middle schools in the district. 30,686 students are enrolled in the district for the UP Board Inter exam. These include 28,884 institutional students and 1,802 individual students.
Meritorious said two years of hard work were in vain
Varsha, a student at Naveen Bharti Inter College, says two years of hard work are wasted. Focused on studying day and night. If there had been exams, it would have been different, because the grades you get through your own hard work are different.
The Studentenblatt says the decision to cancel the exams was made in the interests of the students. Well, on what basis the marking will be done, there are concerns.
Ashish Kumar, a student at SD Inter College, says all preparations have been made. It doesn’t feel good when there is no exam after hard work. In the future, it can also be said that these students passed the Corona period.
Abhishek says the government should have found an alternative. It’s frustrating to see that two years of hard work have been in vain. Harshit Choudhary, a student at MDS Vidya Mandir Inter College, said the government’s decision was disappointing, but given the students’ health, it was the government’s right decision at this point. Nikita, a student, says the government made the right decision at the right time, considering the students’ mental and physical health.
said headmaster
Anil Mittal, Rector of SD Inter College, says the government’s decision is to be welcomed in view of the corona infection.
Begraj Singh Rathi, director of the Raj Public Inter College in Mansoorpur, says this is a commendable move by the government.
Anil Shastri, director of MDS Vidya Mandir Inter College, says there is a world when there is life. Had the government decided to take the exam, it could have been hazardous to the health of many students and teachers.

30,686 middle school students are promoted

Muzaffarnagar. To protect students from corona infection, the country’s yogi government has also canceled the UP Board Inter exam. Previously, the Abitur examination had also been canceled. Middle school students are now also being promoted. 30,686 students are funded in the district. For this, the UP Board of Secondary Education has required the annual examination and preliminary grades of 11th grade students at the colleges. DIOA Gajendra Kumar said that the grades of the students enrolled in the exam are sent to the committee, they are given grades by promoting the students taking the grades as a basis. There are 200 middle schools in the district. There are 30,686 students enrolled in the district for the UP Board Inter exam. These include 28,884 institutional students and 1,802 individual students.

Meritorious said two years of hard work were in vain

Varsha, a student at Naveen Bharti Inter College, says two years of hard work are wasted. Focused on studying day and night. If there had been exams, it would have been different, because the grades you get through your own hard work are different.

The Studentenblatt says the decision to cancel the exams was made in the interests of the students. Well, on what basis the marking will be done, there are concerns.

Ashish Kumar, a student at SD Inter College, says all preparations have been made. It doesn’t feel good when there is no exam after hard work. In the future, it can also be said that these students passed the Corona period.

Abhishek says the government should have found an alternative. It’s frustrating to see that two years of hard work have been in vain. Harshit Choudhary, a student at MDS Vidya Mandir Inter College, said the government’s decision was disappointing, but given the students’ health, it was the government’s right decision at this point. Nikita, a student, says the government made the right decision at the right time, considering the students’ mental and physical health.

said headmaster

Anil Mittal, Rector of SD Inter College, says the government’s decision is to be welcomed in view of the corona infection.

Begraj Singh Rathi, director of the Raj Public Inter College in Mansoorpur, says this is a commendable move by the government.

Anil Shastri, director of MDS Vidya Mandir Inter College, says there is a world when there is life. Had the government decided to take the exam, it could have been hazardous to the health of many students and teachers.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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