Tenth exam canceled, 16 and a half thousand students are promoted

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Baghpat. Due to the corona epidemic, the secondary school council canceled the Abitur examination. This year around 16.5,000 students who have enrolled in class X will be promoted without exams. At the same time, instructions were given to promote approximately 70,000 students on all boards from grades 6-11. In addition, the intermediate examination is expected to be carried out in the second week of July. Its schedule is expected to be published shortly.
UP board exams have been postponed in the past due to the corona epidemic. Now the secondary school council has decided to cancel the Abitur examination. There are 71 subsidized secondary schools, 52 sole schools, and 19 state schools in the district. Of these, 108 schools up to the intermediate level and 34 schools up to the upper level are operated. In addition, there are 62 upper-level schools and 138 network schools as well as two Kasturba residential schools in the district. This year, 16,000 548 students enrolled in the 10th grade of the district who are promoted without an examination. In addition, 70,000 students in grades 6 to 11 are enrolled, apart from upper school. According to government orders, these students will be promoted without an exam.
Three questions must be answered in an hour and a half
Baghpat. At the 12th exam it was decided to answer three questions to the candidate in an hour and a half. Faced with the coronavirus epidemic, teachers reasoned the government’s instructions while students say there may be an opportunity not to get a good grade for answering three questions in an hour and a half.
Exam is necessary in the interest of the students, but the government’s decision is correct
Rajbir Singh, Rector of Intermediate College Sarurpur, says the government’s decision is correct in light of the corona epidemic. The likelihood of infection may be increased during the examination. Ajay Raj Sharma, teacher at Digambar Jain Inter College, Baraut, says the exam is compulsory in the interest of students. An assessment of the students is not possible without an examination. In view of the corona infection, the online exam can also be carried out like the online teaching. However, given the transition, the decision is unjustifiable. Vikas Malik, a former middle school teacher, says the exam is necessary in the interest of the student. Given the current circumstances, the government has decided to encourage the students, which is right to prevent contagion.
Student said the assessment will not be correct
Anuj Kumar, a student from Sisana Road, Baghpat Nagar, says the hour and a half time in the exam and the decision to answer only three questions is incorrect, which is why the students cannot get the assessment right. Student Gagan Tyagi says that there are two books for every subject. Due to the change in the examination regulations, students can no longer achieve good grades in the examination. Most of the difficulties will be faced by students preparing to pass the grades.

Baghpat. Due to the corona epidemic, the secondary school council canceled the Abitur examination. This year around 16.5,000 students who have enrolled in class X will be promoted without exams. At the same time, instructions were given to promote approximately 70,000 students on all boards from grades 6-11. In addition, the intermediate examination is expected to be carried out in the second week of July. Its schedule is expected to be published shortly.

UP board exams have been postponed in the past due to the corona epidemic. Now the secondary school council has decided to cancel the Abitur examination. There are 71 supported secondary schools, 52 unsupported and 19 public schools in the district. Of these, 108 schools up to the intermediate level and 34 schools up to the upper level are operated. In addition, there are 62 upper-level schools and 138 network schools as well as two Kasturba residential schools in the district. This year, 16,000 548 students enrolled in the 10th grade of the district who are promoted without an examination. In addition, 70,000 students in grades 6 to 11 are enrolled, apart from upper school. According to government orders, these students will be promoted without an exam.

Three questions must be answered in an hour and a half

Baghpat. At the 12th exam it was decided to answer three questions to the candidate in an hour and a half. Faced with the coronavirus epidemic, teachers reasoned the government’s instructions while students say there may be an opportunity not to get a good grade for answering three questions in an hour and a half.

Exam is necessary in the interest of the students, but the government’s decision is correct

Rajbir Singh, Rector of Intermediate College Sarurpur, says the government’s decision is correct in light of the corona epidemic. The likelihood of infection may be increased during the examination. Ajay Raj Sharma, teacher at Digambar Jain Inter College, Baraut, says the exam is compulsory in the interest of students. An assessment of the students is not possible without an examination. In view of the corona infection, the online exam can also be carried out like the online teaching. However, given the transition, the decision is unjustifiable. Vikas Malik, a teacher at the former high school, says the exam is necessary in the interest of the student. Given the current circumstances, the government has decided to encourage the students to do what is right to prevent infection.

Student said the assessment will not be correct

Anuj Kumar, a student from Sisana Road, Baghpat Nagar, says the hour and a half time in the exam and the decision to answer only three questions is incorrect, which is why the students cannot get the assessment right. Student Gagan Tyagi says that there are two books for every subject. Due to the change in the examination regulations, students can no longer achieve good grades in the examination. Most of the difficulties will be faced by students preparing to pass the grades.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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