Up Board’s formula makes students happy and disappointed

Headmaster Anil Mittal.
– Photo: MUZAFFARNAGAR

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UP Board’s formula makes students happy and disappointed
Muzaffarnagar. Due to the formula of publishing the 12th results of the UP Board, there is some joy or disappointment on the faces of the students. Students say that most students don’t take the 12th fore board seriously, which leads to the 12th result.
The UP Board exams have been canceled by the government due to corona infection. After that, students and teachers had doubts about the grade. Now the government has declared the result according to the evaluation after they have decided to do so 50 percent of the average grade of six subjects of the 10th. On which some students were dissatisfied with adding up the 10th grade average. While the teachers, including most of the students, approved the decision of the board in view of the corona infection.
Abhinav Verma, an Inter student from Lala Jagdish Prasad Saraswati Vidya Mandir Inter College, says I am not satisfied with the 10th grade average. In the 10th examination before a committee, there were 100 points in mathematics. 44 points from the average and 50 points if the average was not taken.
– Inter-student Shiva Saini says I’m happy with UP Board’s formula. Whichever decision was made due to a corona infection is correct.
Kajal Bharti, a student at SD Inter College, says the grades should not have been added in front of the board. Most students don’t focus much on the preboard.
Divyanshi Rathi, a student at MDS Vidya Mandir Inter College, says the high school grade average should not have been taken. It will have an impact on Inter’s result.
Student Abhay says the preboard exam is not being taken very seriously, its numbers shouldn’t have been added. Incidentally, the government’s decision because of the corona infection is correct.
what do teachers say
Anil Mittal, director of SD Inter College, says the government’s decision was made in the interests of the students. The percentage formula for all three classes is correct. However, this affects the career in front of the deserving children.
Hari Om Ganapati Sahastrabuddhe, director of Lala Jagdish Prasad Inter College, says the decision made by the government is the need for covid time. The decision was made very carefully by the Ministry of Education. With the inclusion of the grades of all three classes, the assessment is made good.

Disciple of Kajal Bharti.– Photo: MUZAFFARNAGAR

Disciple of Divyanshi.

Disciple of Divyanshi.– Photo: MUZAFFARNAGAR

Headmaster Hari Om Ganapati Sahasrabuddhe.

Headmaster Hari Om Ganapati Sahasrabuddhe.– Photo: MUZAFFARNAGAR

Abhay student.

Abhay student.– Photo: MUZAFFARNAGAR

Schoolgirl Shiva Saini

Schoolgirl Shiva Saini– Photo: MUZAFFARNAGAR

Student Abhinav Verma.

Student Abhinav Verma.– Photo: MUZAFFARNAGAR

UP Board’s formula makes students happy and disappointed

Muzaffarnagar. Due to the formula of publishing the 12th results of the UP Board, there is some joy or disappointment on the faces of the students. Students say that most students do not take the 12th fore board seriously, which affects the 12th result.

The UP Board exams have been canceled by the government due to corona infection. After that, students and teachers had doubts about the grade. Now the government has declared the result according to the evaluation after they have decided to do so 50 percent of the average grade of six subjects of the 10th. On which some students were dissatisfied with adding up the 10th grade average. While the teachers, including most of the students, approved the decision of the board in view of the corona infection.

Abhinav Verma, an Inter student from Lala Jagdish Prasad Saraswati Vidya Mandir Inter College, says I am not satisfied with the 10th grade average. In the 10th examination before a committee, there were 100 points in mathematics. 44 points from the average and 50 points if the average was not taken.

– Inter-student Shiva Saini says I’m happy with UP Board’s formula. Whichever decision was made due to a corona infection is correct.

Kajal Bharti, a student at SD Inter College, says the grades should not have been added in front of the board. Most students don’t focus much on the preboard.

Divyanshi Rathi, a student at MDS Vidya Mandir Inter College, says the high school grade average should not have been taken. It will have an impact on Inter’s result.

Student Abhay says the preboard exam is not being taken very seriously, its numbers shouldn’t have been added. Incidentally, the government’s decision because of the corona infection is correct.

what do teachers say

Anil Mittal, director of SD Inter College, says the government’s decision was made in the interests of the students. The percentage formula for all three classes is correct. However, this affects the career in front of the deserving children.

Hari Om Ganapati Sahastrabuddhe, director of Lala Jagdish Prasad Inter College, says the decision made by the government is the need for covid time. The decision was made very carefully by the Ministry of Education. With the inclusion of the grades of all three classes, the evaluation is made good.

Disciple of Kajal Bharti.

Disciple of Kajal Bharti.– Photo: MUZAFFARNAGAR

Disciple of Divyanshi.

Disciple of Divyanshi.– Photo: MUZAFFARNAGAR

Headmaster Hari Om Ganapati Sahasrabuddhe.

Headmaster Hari Om Ganapati Sahasrabuddhe.– Photo: MUZAFFARNAGAR

Abhay student.

Abhay student.– Photo: MUZAFFARNAGAR

Schoolgirl Shiva Saini

Schoolgirl Shiva Saini– Photo: MUZAFFARNAGAR

Student Abhinav Verma.

Student Abhinav Verma.– Photo: MUZAFFARNAGAR

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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