CBSE decision on scrapping moderation policy should be reconsidered for 2017 - 18
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The CBSE announced the scrapping of moderation policy from 2016- 17 onwards to which Delhi High Court intervened and the students got the benefit of moderation for 2016-17. Recently it has been decided that CBSE board will be reducing the syllabus from grade I to XII from the 2019 academic session. The CBSE has said that the moderation policy has been stopped from this year onwards. In such a scenario, ,the CBSE decision to do away with the Moderation Policy this year is not a fair decision for the present batch.The present batch will be the sufferer as these are the students who neither had reduction in syllabus and nor the moderation policy. These are the students who will be competing with the adjacent batches in their professional careers and due to this policy they will be at disadvantageous position. Their marks will not be comparable with students from previous year and succeeding years despite putting in full efforts and memorizing entire syllabus.
The authorities should also understand that the evaluation process is done by teachers throughout the country, who have different way of teaching and checking the answer scripts. In such a scenario moderation is the way for fair evaluation. Also doing away with moderation will also impact the students who want to go study abroad and who depend on board marks.
We request you to reconsider your decision on moderation and make it applicable only when their is reduction in syllabus to judge the student performance at par with cross batches
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