UP board students seek blessings, vent anger at new evaluation rule ahead of results
Thousands of students across Uttar Pradesh offered prayers seeking blessings Thursday, a day before the announcement of the results of the revision of the Board Meeting UP or Class 10 and Intermediate or Class 12.
The UP Board will declare the results Friday at noon. With their hands folded and prayers on their lips, the students expected to see their marks and plan their future accordingly.
The results of the upward table are normally reported in May but were delayed this year due to the elections held in February-March. Last year, exams began in February, before CBSE and ISC, and the results were declared May 16
In Allahabad, anxiety workers spent the day visiting sacred sites and calculating scores based on how they think they have played. However, some were annoyed by the last rule of the board to get a re-evaluation of responses received over 90%.
Deepak Patel, a class 10 student at Kesar Vidyapeeth Inter College, is sure of a first division, but is frustrated by the new calculation rule being implemented this year by the Board.
“The Board has established a new rule that any answer sheet of more than 90% points would be checked by the examining assistant principal of the respective evaluation center.This could allow the evaluators to keep scores lower at the mark of 90% , Which would be a great injustice to the meritorious, “he said.
Yugam Soni of the Inter Government College also started the day with a visit to Hanuman Temple in the Civil Lines area with his father. “Anti-copy strict measures are welcome as they would deserve to be developed. But re-check the response sheets with marks above 90% is not acceptable,” he said he was doing echoing Patel’s views.
However, Sumit Dhuliya, class 12 students of Kesar Vidyapeeth, watched the cricket match between India and Sri Lanka to eliminate stress after visiting a temple near his house in the morning.
“I did well and I hope that the good grades will be good.” However, I have always found that the withdrawal of the answer sheets from students who obtained more than 90% was not called.Why do we doubt a meritorious student or An honest evaluator? “He asked.
Anamta Khan, a class 10 student in Lucknow, said students are a little anxious because the results were delayed. “This is my first criticism of the board and I’m a little nervous and agitated,” he said.
Sagar Arora, a class 12 student at SKD Rajajipuram Academy in Lucknow, also nervously awaits the results and says he wants to become an engineer. “It’s important that you score good grades in all science subjects,” he said.
Anuradha Yadav, a student of the same school, is not only in competition with his classmates, but also with his brothers. “There are three people in my house who reviewed this year. I am in competition with my brother who is in the same class and have an older brother who expects his 12 class results,” he said.