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Team Careers360|Dec 9, 2023
NEW DELHI: The All India Democratic Students’ Organisation (AIDSO) have raised objections against the state government’s decision to conduct board examinations for Class 9 and first pre-university course (PUC) students.
Condemning the decision, AIDSO state secretary Ajay Kamath said the decision has been taken in the middle of the ongoing academic year. “Any decision relating to examination or syllabus should be taken at the beginning of the academic year itself. While the mid-term exams are going on, the imposition of board examinations creates pressure on the students. The state government should have involved teachers, parents and students before taking any such decisions,” he added.
He said it is being claimed that the examinations will be conducted to improve the quality of education. “But instead of enhancing the quality of education, conducting exams after exams creates unhealthy stress and stunts the academic progress of students,” he added.
The student organisation has also appealed to the state government to ensure the recruitment of teachers, providing basic facilities to ensure the quality of education and not including serving teachers for non-remuneration work.
“The state government has also decided to drop the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020 but it has decided to conduct examinations for Classes 9 and 11, which is part of the same education policy,” the AIDSO said.
The Karnataka government yesterday has issued an order to conduct annual examinations for Classes 5, 8, 9 and Class 11, or first PUC for the academic year 2023-24.
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