CBSE Board decided to cancel pending exams of class 10th and 12th students as it is not safe for them to appear for classroom exams. But on the other hand, those students who did not take pre-board exams seriously will have to suffer in their academic performance.
THE BOARD HAVE TWO OPTIONS LEFT WITH THEM
The Edition was under lockdown due to the coronavirus crises but there were many things left to do. This includes board exams of class 10th and 12th students. The government decided to conduct the remaining exams of class 10th and 12th students in the month of July. But the cases of coronavirus are increasing at a high rate. Due to the increased number of coronavirus cases, the administration decided to cancel the remaining exams. The examinees of CBSE Board have two options now. Either they can conduct the remaining exams later once the situation is under control. Or they can grant marks on the basis of pre-board performance.
THIS DECISION IS TAKE IN FAVOUR OF STUDENT’S HEALTH
The General Secretary of Unaided Pvt. The School of India is in favor of this decision taken by the administration. According to him, this decision is taken in favor of the student’s health. He said that they should not hold results for so long. Students have been given an opportunity to improve their performance. As the cases of coronavirus are increasing day by day, it is not safe for students to even step out of their homes. The decision regarding marks would be fair and internal assessment marks would soon be given to the students. He further said that schools across India are in favor of this decision and support the HRD Ministry and CBSE. They are in support of class 12 CBSE exams that are going to be held later.
THERE ARE MANY STUDENTS WHO DID NOT TAKE PRE-BOARDS SERIOUSLY
The fact is many students did not take their pre-board exams seriously. So this decision of canceling exams will affect their academic performance. The principal of Ramjas School said that there is a worse condition of coronavirus cases in Delhi. It is not safe for students to appear for classroom examinations. But there are some students who did not take pre boards seriously. Some students start preparing thoroughly for their boards after their pre-board exams. Those students are going to suffer as releasing their marks on the basis of their pre-board exams would really affect their academic results. A teacher of Government School said that there are some students who even miss their pre-board exams and start preparing to give their best in their board exams. So if the result would be declared on the basis of pre-board performance, it might be a conducive situation for them.
The president of Delhi’s Parents Association said that those students who were preparing to give the best performance in their board exams would not be getting this opportunity to improve their results. But on the other hand, as the cases of coronavirus are rising, parents are against the conduction of Board Exams.