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The most adverse effect of Corona has been on the students

by Vijay Garg
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(The use of CBSE is overshadowing)
 The most adverse effect of Corona has been on the students.  The sudden cancellation of board-exams in March 2020, two lockdowns each, seeing and hearing the tragic consequences of the first and second wave of Corona, the cumbersome pressures and physical-mental side effects of online classes, and the third wave and Omicron’s  Any sensitive person can easily guess how deep and widespread the impact of listening to all-round noise of global apprehensions and rumors etc. must have been on the child’s mind.
 The situation of concerns and apprehensions is that even after getting permission to conduct offline classes from mid-August-September, many schools are still compelled and compelled to run online classes.  In such a situation, when CBSE, dividing the entire syllabus into two parts and sessions, announced to keep the first session’s board-examination multiple-choice and the second session written and subjective, the teachers-parents-students welcomed it openly.
Everyone felt that keeping in mind the late start of the session and the ever-changing circumstances and new challenges, CBSE wants to reduce the burden of examination and syllabus on the children somewhat.  But as soon as the examination of the first session started, a hail-like situation was created as soon as the children turned their heads in front of the children.  Now that the board-exams are almost at the end, there is chaos all around, are the students, what teachers, what parents- all are worried.
Without social awareness, it is probably not possible for any system to completely crack down on copying and malpractices.  But it is totally unfair to leave such holes and possibilities open by the system knowingly or unknowingly.  In the new examination system, there are twelve people who take copying contracts in the name of educational institutions, running dummy schools and coaching institutes.
This test based on multiple choice questions is in line with the methodology of coaching institutes and methodology of preparation.  It hinders and affects the overall all round, original and natural development of the students.  Khaj in leprosy also has question paper prepared by CBSE.  It seems that CBSE got these question papers not from teachers but from agencies conducting competitive exams.
In order to prepare the question paper, the adverse circumstances arising out of Corona, delayed sessions, irregular classes, time limit given to solve the questions, prescribed syllabus, sample papers issued by the board, rehearsal, class wise difficulty level, subjective diversity etc.  Has been.  Looking at all his exam decisions and question papers, it seems as if he is experimenting with children in this difficult COVID-period.
Remember that children are not a laboratory or a product that after one experiment fails, another…third… is tried!  And if CBSE were to conduct such experiments, it should have waited for normalcy, starting from class IX and XI and preparing the children mentally first.  The future of children and admission in colleges-universities depends on the result of the twelfth board.
Why children should suffer the consequences of CBSE’s uncertainty, lax policy and carelessness?  CBSE’s modus operandi and the actual condition of the question papers can be gauged from the fact that it had to apologize twice for the paper of Class X English and Sociology of Class XII prepared by it twice.  In the subject ‘Account’ of class XII, the question paper pattern was changed on the exact day of the exam.
CBSE should state how practical and justified it was to ask complex questions that can be solved in one page each for questions of 0.8 or one mark in subjects like maths and physics?  Remember, whether it is a board exam or life’s, one can never pass with a lost heart and broken morale.

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