Girls outshine boys in “Raise Your Voice” on re examination
An initiative taken by royalpatiala.in,”Raise your Voice” against the malpractices of CBSE got a overwhelming response. Girls outshine boys in raising their voice. Most of the students, their parents demanded the resignation of HRD Minister, CBSE Chief on moral grounds. Some parents said they would approach the Apex court, against the decision of CBSE. Some parents said their son/ daughter were in mental stress.
Seerat from Sangrur said that if CBSE chief must take responsibility and apologies for her failure.
Charu from Ludhiana said that the paper leakage shows the incapability of HRD Ministry.
Gagandeep a mother Hoshiarpur said that our children were already under great mental stress, due to examination and this leakage added fuel to their stress.
Ritu a mother from Ferozepur said we had made a plan for an outing after the exams, to relax our only daughter for her exhaustive exam schedule, but now she is under stress.
Mamta, a Psychologist from Ludhiana, said, this move of CBSE would destabilize the mental balance of students
Reena a student from Mohali said my parents had done so much for me, arranged tutor for me. When my father contacted that tutor to give time to me, that tutor demanded a month fee. Earlier we had paid the year fee to him. This shows how mean the world is.
Karnail Singh, a grandparent from Ropar, said we again have to cancel our family function on 22 April. All our relatives are coming from, India and abroad and booked their tickets. CBSE is doing injustice to students.
Geetanjali a resident of Sirhind said that my sister-in-law , a NRI, specially called me to know about the leakage and cancellation of +2 and 10th exams. She said this tarnish the image of Indian Education System.
Mannat a resident of Bathinda said I had applied for entrance exams, which is in May. Now how can I prepare for the entrance exam, as I have to concentrate on Economics only, as I may get a tougher question paper in reexamination?
Gurpreet Kaur a mother from Panchkula said, for any mis happening, after the declaration of the result, CBSE would be held responsible, as students are under great stress.
Simarjeev Singh a student from Patiala requested CBSE officials to not to spoil their future.