BCSEA, Change your ruling on Class X Chemistry Exam Paper
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Bhutan Council for School Examinations and Assessment, the government body in charge of conducting exams in high schools in Bhutan made a crucial change to their chemistry exams starting this year - students would no longer be given atomic weights on the question paper. While such a decision is well within their purview, they cannot justly enforce the decision if they never announced it; and they did not.
The 10th-grade exams carry great weight on a student's academic career in Bhutan - these exams decide if they'll receive government funding for grades 11 and 12 or not. To be handicapped as they have been - without warning - is unfair and unjust.
This petition comes from students, parents, family members, friends, and citizens of Bhutan. More than correcting the injustice that the organization is trying to justify, it is about setting a precedent that democratic citizens of Bhutan will keep public servants accountable.
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