CBSE, UP Board Exam 2021: As the CBSE and UP board ring the bells of the annual examinations, the tension of the students of 10th and 12th classes associated with both boards has started increasing. Even after the 30 per cent course has been reduced, the CBSE board examiners are under stress due to lack of proper preparation. With the release of the model paper for the CBSE Board Annual Examination, the tension of the students has increased.
This year students preparing for board exams are in a lot of trouble. There are offline classes going on somewhere online. Overall, the state of education is staggering. Candidates of UP board are neither able to take advantage of online class correctly nor their schools are studying according to the annual examination.
At the same time, the parents of these candidates are upset that their children should not fall behind in preparing for the examinations. In the eyes of psychologists, both the students and their parents are seen struggling with a mood like ‘floating distress’.
There is also a reason for this situation. CBSE Secretary Anurag Tripathi made it clear on Friday that the board examinations would be held on time. A few days ago, the board has also issued a model paper indicating to the students to get ready. UP Board has issued instructions to complete the practicals of 10th and 12th. CBSE and ICSE schools have half-yearly exams. The preparation ability of children is judged from the half yearly examination. At the same time, a time-table is being made in UP board schools.
Under the shelter of psychologists
Children under stress due to exam pressure and their parents are taking advice from psychologists. Psychologist Banani Ghosh of the Divisional Psychology Center said that many children and their parents had brought their problems. In it, some children did not have the facility of online education. Told them how they can make up for missing studies.
Children too careless
Teachers believe that the closure of schools has made children careless. Not all children are committed where they are studying online. He has not taken online studies seriously. This fact has also been confirmed by the results of the half yearly examination of some schools. Such students are upset now. Their tension is increased.
Schools remain closed due to Corona
The new session of schools started in April but the schools remained closed for a long time. Last month, schools in classes 9 to 12 opened with some conditions. But due to various reasons, the attendance of children is less than 50 percent. The situation is not clear as to whether the schools will be fully opened or not.
Digital divide effect
Government and private schools claim that studying online will not affect children. While the realities are different. Various surveys show that the facility of online education is not reaching every child. There is a problem of networking. Many parents do not have the resources.
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What do experts say?
Children who are serious about studying are studying offline or online. Education of average children has been affected due to school closure. When such children are interrupted in school, they also start paying attention. This time it is not happening. So there is increased concern. -Dr. Pratibha Yadav, Principal, Arya Mahila Inter College (Photo)
The situation that is currently underway is affecting the preparation for the board examination. The presence of students in offline classes is very less. I believe that the doubts and problems of children are not solved in online studies. -Manraj, Spokesperson, Physics, Adarsh Inter College (Photo)
Offline and online classes have become entangled. Preparing from
Is getting affected Offline studies should be regularized, good
Would have been.-Anokhi Jaiswal-Class 10
I understand more in the offline class. Network problems in online and the stoppage of videos are affecting studies. -Anshika Singh Patel-Class 10
In terms of board exams, I feel more fine offline class. Offline class should be regularized. – Shreya Singh – Class 10
Parent Pragya Thakur said, ‘My daughter studies in CBSE school in 10th standard. The online class was going well until the school was open. It was cut as soon as the school opened. I don’t want to send my daughter to school right now. Therefore his preparations are being affected. My stress is also increasing.