Boycott Economics Re-examination
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Over 30 Lakh students from across the country appear for CBSE board examinations. A board exam is a career decider for the students of class 12 and tend to be at the top of students' priorities. A board exam is in itself a crucial determinant of the hard work of students but over the years, this determinant has sunk to a new low. The legitimacy,secrecy and credibility of CBSE exams have constantly been in question over the years and this year too the movie couldn't promise a better ending.
Class 12 Economics exam was held on 26th March and the students were quite happy with it and were also relieved from the stress of board exams and thought they could finally steer their priorities towards other avenues. However, this respite and happiness was transient and the announcement to re-conduct the exam has further attenuated students' psychological well-being.
Reports claim that incidents of paper leak had only been reported in Delhi region but the HRD Ministry decided to abrogate the exam only by taking a note of their "internal investigation". It is really irresponsible on the government's part as to how it can simply quash the examination without waiting for the police's investigation report. Also, this incident of paper leak has occurred thrice this year but it seems as if CBSE has turned a blind eye to these mishaps. Re-conducting the exams is not a solution. Rather, wait for the investigation to be over and then penalize whoever it finds guilty of such petty and shameful.
CBSE owes all of us an explanation as to why are we being made to pay for a handful of unethical creatures...
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