New Delhi: The havoc of the Corona epidemic has wreaked havoc on the students this year that the government had to cancel the CBSE board exams of class 10th and 12th. Corona once again created an outcry in the country. Due to which there has been a lot of impact on the children and their studies. Where the children have studied online for almost the whole year and now when the exams were near, the second wave of Corona created panic again.
Due to the second wave of Corona, there is a situation of lockdown in most of the states of the country. This time, in view of Corona, where the government had canceled the 10th board examination in the month of April, yesterday the government gave its decision to cancel the CBSE 12th examination as well. Students are very happy on the cancellation of CBSE 12th board exam and are welcoming this decision of the government.
worry about the result
The students clearly say that there was a lot of danger in going to the exam in the event of an epidemic because no one knows where to get the infection. However, there is a lot of concern about the result in the mind of the students and the most question is about the college admission in the mind of the students. Riya, who is a student of Science stream studying in Delhi, says, ‘This decision is not very good for those children who study hard throughout the year, but in view of the situation of Corona, the decision is taken in view of our health. correct. Now we have entrance exam ahead, so we have to prove ourselves in that.
At the same time, about the result, Kashish, a student of Delhi, says that we are hoping that the result will come as soon as possible so that further process can start. Rishabh, a student of commerce stream, says, ‘Vaccination could not be available to all children because many children are not 18+ and as far as college admission is concerned, good marks are necessary to take admission in DU but this time what else? There is confusion about what the procedure will be like.
At the same time, the school principal and teachers are also calling this decision commendable. Alka Kapoor, principal of Modern Public School, Delhi, said that the decision of the government is in the interest of the students in view of the situation at this time, but the question that is still in the mind of the students is about college admission, for which it is also expected that The government will take some better decision. At the same time, parents have also welcomed this decision.