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XII class Students Promoted without exams can prove fatal in future

by Vijay Garg
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By Vijay GarG

The Corona Second Movement is in full swing right now.  A very scary situation remains.  
Governments have promoted Class XII students without sitting for exams.  CBSE And CICSE has canceled the Class XII examination yesterday. Following this pattern, other State and Punjab Education Boards are also to cancel the examination.  The CBSE and CICSE boards have sought the results of pre-bird examinations from educational institutions.  Given the circumstances, it is felt that the results of Plus Two students have to be deducted on their basis. Now these students are not required to sit for their final examinations.  In this way the students who have to give competitive lessons like Knit, JEE will be made by those students because those students have worked hard. The students who have not worked hard have also become their barbers.  Many students and parents will be happy again that our children have passed without a test but they do not know the time to come when their children will have a hard time in the future.
This time will pass sometime.  But one wonders what will happen to the future of these promoted students first studying online … What would the students who found it difficult to place in the classes also study through online medium?  And now to promote them all.
Parents, teachers and even students feel that students do not understand much online.  Where parents are illiterate or students are not serious about their studies, children are often not even online.  There are always excuses … Madam Net doesn’t come. “Madam ji, the phone was not there. The thing is, they don’t even take classes.  Subjects cannot be judged online. In rural or backward areas where mobile network is not well developed and people are not well versed in technology, how much education is being imparted to children through online medium?  How effective it will be, we can guess.
Let’s face it, online learning doesn’t replace classroom teaching in any way.  In such a scenario, promoting students without exams may seem right given the circumstances but what will be their future will be a big challenge in the future.  When these students sit for a job interview in front of a panel tomorrow, they will look at their profile and remember that it was promoted, it will definitely affect their decision making.  More and more of them will not have self-confidence even if they have degrees.  Because they have no knowledge of their subject.
Today, perhaps no one is thinking about it or say that the situation has become such that there is no other option.  It is also true that if there is life then there is the world. But in the future it will emerge as a new challenge.  Just as time cannot be turned back, so the time of the students cannot be turned back.  So the students should also do their studies with utmost sincerity while understanding their responsibilities in this hour of Carona epidemic. They should not think that they have given up their studies but should take the challenges of the future very seriously.  Do your studies  After studying online for over a year, they should still understand how difficult this period is for their parents.  How difficult it is for many to give their children smartphones for their education.  The slightest negligence on their part may not have shattered all the dreams of their parents.  My guess is that although the students have passed without passing the test but they must acquire knowledge about their subject as that knowledge of the subject is very important in the next class.

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