Disappointment among students because of the cancellation of the intermediate examination

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Mau. The UP board has also passed a resolution to cancel the intermediate examination after graduation. The deserving students who diligently prepared for the exam were disappointed. In discussions with the students, teachers and school principals on this topic, everyone welcomed the decision of the board in accordance with the circumstances of the Corona period, but many school principals advocated carrying out the correct examination too late with a view to the future. The students were also disappointed about the cancellation of the exam.
There are 517 secondary schools in the district affiliated with the UP Board. 42177 candidates are registered for the UP Board Intermediate Exam. After the UP Board High School exam was canceled, there was confusion among students, parents and teachers about Thursday’s mid-term exam. As an option at the direction of the board, the grades of various exams, including pre- and half-year exams, for high school students such as the Abitur, were uploaded to the board’s website. There was disappointment among the deserving students because of the cancellation of the UP Board Intermediate exam. Teachers and principals in many schools did not think the option to cancel the exam was right. In this regard, Anand Kumar, a student at Jeevan Ram Inter College, had to say that he worked hard to prepare for the exam. There was a double preparation for the competition and the course. Taking the exam would have earned a spot on the merit list, but canceling the exam resulted in disappointment. Because according to which rule how many numbers are assigned is not decided. Too late, but the exam should have been taken. In that sequence, Aman Verma, a student at Baba Vishwanath Inter College, said preparation for the exam went well. The order to stop the exam at the last minute is incorrect. The evaluation is carried out by examination.
Mohammad Mazhar, Rector of Talimuddin Inter College, said the board’s decision on the health of the examinees during the corona transition period was a welcome step. But the possibility of the exam should have been considered for the future of the students. In this episode, Devbhaskar Tiwari, Rector of the DAV Inter College said that the decision of the board in view of the situation of the Corona time was the right step in the interests of the students.

Mau. The UP board has also passed a resolution to cancel the intermediate examination after graduation. The deserving students who diligently prepared for the exam were disappointed. In discussions with the students, teachers and school principals on this topic, everyone welcomed the decision of the board in accordance with the circumstances of the Corona period, but many school principals advocated carrying out the correct examination too late with a view to the future. The students were also disappointed about the cancellation of the exam.

There are 517 secondary schools in the district affiliated with the UP Board. 42177 candidates are registered for the UP Board Intermediate Exam. After the UP Board High School exam was canceled, there was confusion among students, parents and teachers about Thursday’s mid-term exam. As an option at the direction of the board, the grades of various exams, including pre- and half-year exams, for high school students such as the Abitur, were uploaded to the board’s website. There was disappointment among the deserving students because of the cancellation of the UP Board Intermediate exam. Teachers and principals in many schools did not think the option to cancel the exam was right. In this regard, Anand Kumar, a student at Jeevan Ram Inter College, had to say that he worked hard to prepare for the exam. There was a double preparation for the competition and the course. Taking the exam would have earned a spot on the merit list, but canceling the exam resulted in disappointment. Because according to which rule how many numbers are received is not decided. Too late, but the exam should have been taken. In that sequence, Aman Verma, a student at Baba Vishwanath Inter College, said preparation for the exam went well. The order to stop the exam at the last minute is incorrect. The evaluation is carried out by examination.

Mohammad Mazhar, Rector of Talimuddin Inter College, said the board’s decision on the health of the examinees during the corona transition period was a welcome step. But the possibility of the exam should have been considered for the future of the students. In this episode, Devbhaskar Tiwari, Rector of the DAV Inter College said that the decision of the board in view of the situation of the Corona time was the right step in the interests of the students.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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