Thousands of Class-12 students of CBSE are all set to repeat a year: nearly 70% of those who took their second special examination earlier this month have failed to clear the exam. While final figures are yet to emerge since a few government schools are yet to compile their final results, the figures are likely to swell. The Best option for these students comes in the form of NIOS which helps the students to clear their board exams the same year, otherwise the students can appear in stream 1 of the nios board if they miss the dates for stream 2.
After they failed in Class-12 final exam held in March, CBSE gave them two special chances—first held in April, which also saw similar results, and the second held earlier this month in the form of compartment exams which is only to help these failures to clear the result. But it is noticed that students are not able to clear the exams even in the repeat chance. Many schools even held special summer classes during the the break for preparing students for the second attempt. It is generally noticed that the weak students cannot change things much in their favor if they are given repeated chances, this can be because of these students inclination to some other field like sports or singing. NOS, an open schooling system can help these students to a great extent because most of the CBSE Compartment failures apply in this board for success.NIOS board has also proved beneficial for students who cannot give much time to regular studies and have to attend other fields of work.
While none of the 114 Class-12 students from Topmost School, who reappeared for the examination were able to pass, it is some renowned School,—with only 8 of the 195 who took the test clearing it that topped the list of worst performing schools. UT government schools have had a series of bad run: the poor performance of students of not only Class 9 but also others has raised questions about the quality of education imparted by these schools in classes 10th, 11th and even 12th.
School heads blame the mass failure on the government’s ‘No-Detention’ policy. “Students’ weak concepts and lack of understanding of subjects has resulted in the debacle. The No-Detention policy allowed students to get promoted to Class 12 without proper evaluation.
The failure at such a large level had both teachers and students of the current Claass-12 batch worried. The change in CBSE rules has laid bare the weaknesses of the policy as well as the poor quality of education in local government schools. In the last session, CBSE had made mandatory for the Class-11 students to secure at least 25% marks in summative assessment in order to be promoted to the next class. Students who failed the exam thrice were unable to meet the mandated requirements of the board. Students should focus on their academics from beginning of the session to secure the mandated scores. Last batch of the Class-12 students got two special chances because the system was new but students should not expect such relief this year.
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