Abhiraj P|Jul 1, 2022
#SubjectWiseBestOfEitherTerms for CBSE 10th result 2022 : Students start Twitter campaign
CBSE 10th Result 2022: The campaign is being organised by the founder and president of All India JEE-NEET Students Association Himanshu Borah.
NEW DELHI: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) students are doing a mega Twitter campaign demanding for the adoption of ‘best of either terms’ as the evaluation method for the CBSE Class 10 results. CBSE Class 10 students are posting on Twitter with the hashtag #SubjectWiseBestOfEitherTerms and #BestofEitherTerms from 7 pm onwards. The students are demanding CBSE to use their best scores in term 1 and term 2 exams to prepare the results.
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@UrHimanshuBorah started this movement for justice with very less support.— AIJNSA (@AIJNSA_official) May 28, 2022
Now whole students community is supporting.
Don't stop ! Keep tweeting!
Today we will have to come in trending!#SubjectWiseBestOfEitherTerms pic.twitter.com/s486wUfDGr
The campaign is being organised by the founder and president of All India JEE-NEET Students Association Himanshu Borah. "We want Best of either term subject wise because we have suffered a lot in last two years. It's a humble request to CBSE and respected prime minister please do best of either term subject wise.#SubjectWiseBestOfEitherTerms," tweeted Anuj Kumar.
@cbseindia29 @PMOIndia @narendramodi @EduMinOfIndia— Anuj Kumar (@AnujKum60879498) May 28, 2022
We want Best of either term subject wise because , we have sufferd a lot in last two years. It's a humble request to CBSE and respected prime minister please do best of either term subject wise.#SubjectWiseBestOfEitherTerms pic.twitter.com/tab79pINkS
Another student Shalu Yadav said in a tweet that every student wants the evaluation to be on the basis of 'best of both terms' as it will make the results fair for the 2021-2022 batch students since they had to face a lot of difficulties during the pandemic.
#subjectwisebestofeitherterms— Shalu Yadav (@ShaluYa86088367) May 28, 2022
Each and every Student of #CBSE want #SubjectWiseBestOfEitherTerms It is only way to make fair results for 2021-2022 batch students,as they suffered most in this pandemic.@PMOIndia @cbseindia29 @AllCBSENews pic.twitter.com/u7Yt1D8JVG
Every student of #CBSEBoardExams2022 is requesting for #BestOfEitherTerms with #SubjectWiseBestOfEitherTerms which will be very fair to all students.@PMOIndia— Debjit Roy (@DebjitR68585041) May 27, 2022
Students of 2021-2022 to @cbseindia29 pic.twitter.com/Ggm8ka5y9b
Some students also said that they are going through depression being worried about the result. "We are going through heavy mental depression and Insomnia. Please don't agonize us anymore and evaluate result on the basis of #subjectwiseBestOfEitherTerms," tweeted Sabareena Parveen.
We are going through heavy mental depression and Insomnia.Please don't agonize us anymore and evaluate result on the basis of #subjectwiseBestOfEitherTerms @EduMinOfIndia @NCPCR_ @narendramodi @PMOIndia @ZeeNewsEnglish @cbseindia29 @aajtak @UrHimanshuBorah @vishalaryav— sabareen Parveen (@SabareenP) May 28, 2022
More than 21 lakh students appeared for the CBSE Class 10 term 2 exams which were held from April 26 to May 24, 2022. The term 2 results is expected to be announced by the end of June month on the CBSE official websites- cbse.gov.in, cbseresults.nic.in.
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