Petition to CBSE, Anita karwal
Lenient checking in Physics board exam 2019
Today ,5 March 2019 CBSE AISSCE Physics exam of class 12 was lengthy and tough for many students. most of the questions were tricky and tough . considering that we got only 2 days to practice all the types of questions from the books and the study material uploaded on cbse official site which was a reason to make the exam tough and lengthy. The calculations were lengthy. This exam wasn’t made for AVERAGE STUDENTS . In this batch more numericals was added which increased the time taken by students. We request CBSE Examination Board to make the correction liberal so that it won’t affect our future. Sign your petition and do share this petition with all your friends and let this reach CBSE
Petition to Governor, West Bengal, India
Justice for the harassment of the PUBDET 2018 candidates
To,The Chancellor, Presidency University, Kolkata(The Governor, West Bengal) CC,Registrar,Presidency University, Kolkata CC,The SecrataryDepartment of Higher EducationGoverment of West Bengal CC,The Chairperson,West Bengal Joint Entrance Board [Sub: Demands of Independents' Consolidations on the harrasment of the PUBDET and PUMDET 2018 candidates by WBJEEB and Presidency University] A 'spec'k of dust and a ten'tacle' of an octopus, gives you a spectacle. The few thousands of candidates from sub-urbs who had appeared for the entrance exam of Presidency University yesterday, witnessed a similar spectacle. Although they had come to write an exam on political science, their question paper lacked even the slightest relevance to political science. All of the 100 marks of their paper was allotted to 'quantitative aptitude', 'logical reasoning' and 'mathematics'. Naturally questions arose regarding what was presented in the name of political science examination.The management's eccentricity circling entrance examination is nothing new. Ever since the entrance examination of Presidency University has been entrusted to the Joint Entrance Borad, the future of students has become questionable. The reign of Anuradha Lohia has subjected the future of students to severe questions, ever since the Joint Entrance board has been handed over the responsibility of conducting the Entrance Examination. On some ocassions their name was misprinted on their admit cards, while on others they were examination centres which were far from proximate. They have not been called in for counseling despite the availability of seats. The candidates wanting to study in Presidency have had to face the consequences of innumerous such inefficienciesCountless futures have been ruined in the four years' tenure of Anuradha Lohia. But yesterday what took place in the name of Political Science entrance examination probably doesn't reflect the essence of the legendary entrance examinations of the University. According to the information put up on PUBDET, i.e. the information bulletin of students aspiring to pursue Bachelor's degree, the syllabus comprised 90 marks allotted to political science and 10 marks for English. Thousands of candidates had prepared abiding by the same. But they could not find a single question on political science in their paper. The paper had been set in the English language only, as if the students from Bengali medium schooling background didn't have the right to appear for the exam. Who's going to stand up and take the responsibility of this mental harassment the examinees fell subject to?It remains yet unknown how the Joint Entrance board gets the right to fool with the future of candidates when a form costs 500 bucks! As soon as confusions arose around the Pol. Science paper this morning, candidates took notice of a new notice from the JEE Board which read:This year the Pol. Science paper would comprise only questions on logical reasoning and English language.Quite mentionably, the notice had remained invisible till yesterday. What a desperate attempt of the JEE Board to cover their inefficiencies with falsification! Amidst such a terrible situation, we the Students of Presidency University, on behalf of Independents' Consolidation, put forward certain demands: 1. The worthless JEE Board and Presidency University management have to take responsibility of mentally harassing thousands of students. No longer the JEE Board, but in order to secure the future of examinees, the Presidency University has to take up the responsibility of conducting the Entrance Examinations.2. Arrangements must be made without any delay to reconduct the Pol. Science examination, abiding by the stipulated syllabus.3. The question paper must be set in English as well as in Bengali.4. A meeting must be arranged among the students and the management with agenda to discuss matters pertaining to entrance examination(such as fees, question pattern, syllabus, etc.) Shayri Bhattacharya (8697425210)and Indrajit Dutta (8017171680) on behalf of theIndependents' Consolidation.
Petition to Mumbai University, Vinod Tawde, suhas pendekar, Dr Ukarande S K
Preparation Leave time between exams should not be reduced for MU Engineering Exams
Mumbai University shouldn't change the current exam schedule as students don't get enough time to study. Half the year round Students are overloaded with assignments and experiments and do not get time to study. Enough time is not available to revise if only a gap of 1 day is provided between exams. Already there's enough pressure for students having KT and if less time is provided then it'll be worse for everyone... We kindly request that MU doesn't pass this petition of shortening preparation time in the upcoming examinations
Petition to Prof. Anil K. Tyagi, Prof. Pravin Chandra
Change Examination Rules For Reappearing Students in GGSIPU
On behalf of the entire Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University student community, I would like to bring a serious issue to the front that has somehow stayed in the black up to this point in time. Imagine there's an exam that you're supposed to take a few days from now. You are all up in the preparations but all of a sudden something comes up on the examination day. Now unless that something is a personal (or national) problem, you most probably will ditch that and go ahead with the exam. But what if that something is an exam too? What if that something was 2 exams? That's what thousands of us have been dealing with. According to university rules, if a student fails to pass in a particular subject in the end term exams, he/she is supposed to take that exam again an year later. For instance, if I fail the Applied Mathematics - II paper in the upcoming end terms exams in May - June, I will take the exam in May - June 2019 along with my regular exams. A reappear exam typically falls on some date in between 2 regular exams and in the worst case, on the same day as a regular exam. This structure just makes the exam conducting process easier for the university, that's it. For the student, this makes those 2 exam weeks worse than hell. One night you're studying subject A all the while knowing that you also have to take the exam for subject B too on the same day. Writing 2 exams on the same day or even 2 back to back exams on 2 days is just too much for us students. Not to mention that we have to start from scratch as 1 year is just too much of a period to remember even little things about the subjects. It's time something be done about this. The solution to this problem is not all that complex. Instead of taking the reappear exams along with the regular exams, the university can make an entire different date-sheet for reappearing students. For instance, if the regular exams take place over the period of May 16 to June 1, then reappear exams can be conducted from June 5 to 15. Another solution is that students can be allowed to take reappear exams in the few weeks following the result declaration. For example, if I got a backlog in 1 subject in the May - June end term exams, the results to which are typically declared in late July or early August, I can take the reappear exam in late August or September, preferably on weekends so the dates don't clash with regular college classes. A lot of Indian universities are already following this way of conducting exams over the traditional way. Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University has already relaxed the minimum passing criteria from 50% to 40% two years ago which was well appreciated by the student community. We believe the university will listen to us again. Thank You!
Non transparency in fmge results
We demand for the transparency in fmge results which is published on 2 nd of July. Which was supposed to publish on 30th june. By recall I will get 170 and I got 117 only. It's not fare that the neet pg also conducted by nbe, with minus marking they got result by 5 to 10 days. Without any of these things we get after one month. I strongly doubt mass corruption in nbe. We Students suffered enough. I want a revaluation of the results and the answer key published. Stop making us stupid infront of others without any reason. I believe PM Modi and Health ministry and other higher officials can help us.
Petition to Chief Minister Punjab, Deputy Commissioner Pathankot, Amit Vij
EXAMS MUST BE ONLINE!
EXAMS MUST BE ONLINE! The Whole Student Community demands that Exams must be Online. These demands came after looking at Multiple Reasons. The Exams of Non-Board Classes like +1, 9th and all the junior Classes Must be Online. ( CBSE ). Because Of: Most of the Students are NOT VACCINATED. The ones who are vaccinated have been recently vaccinated and those students might contain the Virus which Can Be Transmitted. Most of the schools do not follow protocols/some teachers are without Mask etc. It is difficult to have all the students follow the protocols. By Gathering all the classes from 1st-9th and 11th will make the spread of Virus more Possible. Students have studied most of the time on Online Medium and schools should not have any audacity to conduct Offline Exams And there are Numerous Benefits of Online Exams. More Convenient. No need of Crowding. Can be Done from the most Safest Place i.e. Home. Computers and AI automatically checks and analyses the test and gives a Detailed Report. Makes Education system More Efficient, More Modern and Mistake Proof. And this is the Best Time to Adopt the Modern Era of Education. Teachers and Private Schools are not at Risk. They are Fully Vaccinated. The Risk lies for Children. In Reality all these Private Schools Want to keep their Schools Open. And like all Private Business Models they will take Decisions in their own Interest and Not in the Interests of Children. That's why this Petition has Been made to the Government to stand in Children's Interests.
Petition to Government of India, CBSE
Cancel Board Term 2 Exams! Batch 2021-2022
Students have started to make #Cancelboardpariksha trend on Twitter, demanding the cancellation of CBSE Term 2 board exams. While many students can afford a phone or a tablet and a laptop with good internet conditions, many are not able to get them. Also, with increasing Covid-19 cases, many students are also at risk of getting infected with the virus. If we go with the earlier mentioned schedule, CBSE will conduct the Term 2 board exams in the month of March-April. In total, only two months are left for the students to prepare for the examination. Amid the rising Covid-19 cases across India, schools have been closed for physical classes, and only online classes are taking place as per the schedule. But, we are familiar with the situation of online classes which puts many students at a disadvantage.
Petition to Narendra Modi, CBSE, ICSE, STATE BOARDS, Change.org, Education Department
Cancel or Postpone All Board Exams 2022 In India ��
Subject:- Conducting Board Exams amidst COVID-19 wave. Respected Sir/Ma’am,I am a student studying in 10th / 12th Standard and would be forced to appear in the upcoming Board Exams in the month of March. I am representing lakhs of helpless students by writing this letter/e-mail. I am deeply grieved because a need has risen to write this letter. *The following are our main concerns:-* ●During the last two years, we students have been restricted to use online platforms (Zoom, Google Meet, etc) to undertake all types of education. Also all of our examinations were conducted in online mode. Due to this we haven’t attempted any offline exam. It’s not an easy job to write a 3 hour long paper without any previous practice and this one of the most important and career defining examination of our lives. This makes it really unfair for us. ●Due to the lockdown imposed by the government, our colleges were shutdown and we could not attend any lectures as well as practicals. ●Because of the online education pattern we students faced a lot of difficulties in grasping different concepts which were entirely new to us. Hence our concepts are not clear till date. ●The CBSE Board conducted the exams in two parts. One of the parts being MCQ based which will favour CBSE students over HSC students while acquiring admissions in senior colleges. ●The new Omicron variant is increasing day-by-day. Also the WHO has stated the Omicron variant is spreading faster than the Delta variant. The Indian Government on Tuesday (21/12/2021) said that based on scientific evidence, Omicron Variant is at least three times more transmissible than the Delta Variant.Conducting offline exams might pose a fatal threat not only to the students but also to the entire population of the nation. ●If the exams are conducted in an offline mode there will be large mobs of students as well as parents and teachers in and around the examination centres. It is inconvenient to maintain social distancing Even if a single person has been infected by the virus, the infection may spread rapidly and mass contamination may occur. The announcement was made very late resulting in hassle and chaos in the minds of students. ●The global pandemic has caused lots of students to lose their loved ones, creating a negative atmosphere around the world. The news of offline exams has caused a lot of distress which might lead to depression and students being stressed. This may cause some students to take life endangering steps. We, the students hereby sincerely request you to please consider our plea and do the needful. Please either cancel the exam or find an alternative solution which are in the right interest of the students mental as well as physical health. *An event cancelled is better than a life cancelled.* *Yours sincerely,**A concerned student.* Sign this petition to reach our PM Sir Modi