Request for Lenient stream eligibility to 11th for ISB
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As this is the first run the students of Class 10 CBSE were showing up for a Full-Portion exam, Indian School should be merciful towards relegating the stream to the students and lenient marks must be given.
Tragically the school has played out an extremely strict correction particularly in Sociology.
The school may have likewise not (completely) withstood by the Rule 52 and Rule 53 of the CBSE Examination Bye-Laws. Few teachers have themselves claimed, “the correction was very strict.”
The school knows the inconvenience and exertion the understudies take, still, the word around the staff room for the 2017-2018 batch is the moniker name i.e. "Guinea pigs.”
The majority of understudies have proved their eligibility in the Post-Mid Term Exam when the portion was less.
So we request for the school to give grace marks to every one of the students and (at any rate endeavor to) allot all the students to their desired stream either by diminishing the qualification marks for the required stream or by some other means.
“For every one of us that succeeds, it’s because there is somebody there to show you the way out. The light doesn’t necessarily have to be from your family, for me it was teachers and schools.” - Oprah Winfrey
We request the school to abide by its motto “Lead me from Darkness to Light”
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