Speaking to Education Times, Sanyam Bharadwaj, Controller of Examinations, CBSE, said, “There are two classes of students taking part in the bogie exams: regular candidates who are not satisfied with their scores and due to improvement. , And private and correspondent candidates who decided to take part in the compartment examination without applying for re-admission as regular candidates in the formal schooling system. Although all regular candidates cleared their papers without any reduction in their marks, the same could not be said for individual and correspondents, their chances were limited. Regular school teachers worked hard to provide regular students with online, offline, and even remedial classes, but this was not the case with personal and correspondence candidates.
Bharadwaj added that the epidemic has nothing to do with their performance, as the statistics are almost the same year after year.
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“The CBSE date magazine published in August 2021 provided adequate spacing between each paper and the examination environment was conducive – 12 students were placed in one classroom while maintaining social distance – so that they could do better,” Vardwaj said.
Considering whether it is fair to test the compartments in offline mode considering that most of the students in the board exams have been assessed on the basis of internal assessment policy without going through the rigors of physical examination, Vardwaj said, No information was provided. ”
“For regular candidates, they were in the final stages of preparation, the board exams were canceled and even then, they had to appear on the pre-board with some level of preparation,” Bharadwaj said.
Dismissing the possibility of an internal assessment for private and correspondence students, he argued that the policy for regular candidates was driven not by choice but by circumstances. “In the case of private and correspondent candidates, an internal assessment comes out of the question because it consists of periodic examinations, mid-term and pre-board, all of which are conducted in the normal schooling manner.”
He further explained that private and correspondence candidates have access to the same syllabus, books and sample question papers (uploaded on CBSE website) as regular candidates, in which case the pass% pass criterion should not be a difficult task. “In the absence of adequate internet access in remote areas, candidates can take the help of cyber cafes and general service centers to download sample questionnaires. Tuition is not required to pass subjects unless students plan to take competitive exams.
Majority in numbers
Twelfth grade bogie exams include English Basics, Physical Education, Business Studies, Accounting, Chemistry, Political Science, Biology, Economics, Sociology, IP, Computer Science, Mathematics, Hindi Elective and Basics, Geography, Psychology, Home Science, Physics and History. Is considered as a subject so that more students help for their college admission. Mark was given an average of two or three best performing subjects for subjects not included in the list, Vardwaj said.
For the relatively good performance of private and correspondence students in Class X examinations, where a total of 11,937 private and 213 correspondence students passed out of 28,847 private and 445 correspondence students who took the test, Bharadwaj made it clear, Get numbers where the value is higher and the curriculum is wider. ”
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