Tomorrow in a live session on Twitter, Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank, Union Education Minister will interact with students of Kendriya Vidyalaya. Following the statement, many candidates raised their questions on giving board exams this year due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic.
However, some wouldn’t come to schools for exams, others requested that they be vaccinated first. Numerous students additionally need to know when Kendriya Vidyalayas will be reopened.
Students are not willing to give offline exams due to no classroom teaching in the previous year, illustrating a lack of preparation. Due to Internet problems, many students and teachers found it tough to keep online learning comfortable.
A student said on Twitter that he is not able to study due to the online classes for this whole year. It is a big issue and they are encountering difficulties that the government is not looking about.
Another student asked will all Kendriya Vidyalayas stop the online classes after the 18th or will online and offline classes continue side by side? A lot of them don’t want to go to school because they are not getting vaccinated.
Harsh tweeted to Nishank that they did not study well in COVID. Moreover, if they were taught online then why exams are offline? He requested to help students as coronavirus cases are increasing.
Eminently, numerous students had prior begun an online appeal to drop the Class X, XII vital board exams for this scholarly year. The candidates, while communicating issues over the lead of the CBSE Board mentioned that online classes have not been as useful as study hall education. The appeal additionally stated that few understudies neglected to go to the online classes because of their lack of resources, financial problems, and poor internet.