Student organisations, together with the AASU, and opposition events on Monday demanded instant withdrawal of a clause in the evaluation formulae for the Class 10 and 12 examination course of which says college students keen to grow to be lecturers or be a part of state authorities jobs should sit for a similar examination when COVID-19 state of affairs improves.
The Assam authorities on July 1 notified a record-based evaluation course of for Class 10 and 12 college students beneath the Board of Secondary Education, Assam, (SEBA) and the Assam Higher Secondary Education Council (AHSEC) respectively on the idea of the reviews of two professional committees constituted by the Education Department. Under this clause, college students aspiring to grow to be lecturers or staff in the Education Department or some other state authorities division the place recruitment is “substantially based on HSLC or HSSLC marks” should seem for a particular matric or larger secondary examination after enchancment of the pandemic state of affairs.
Clause 5 of each notifications said that the marks given via the record-based evaluation course of won’t be thought-about if these college students resolve to use later for state authorities jobs, the place the marks of Class 10 and 12 are the one evaluation standards.
Education Minister Ranoj Pegu claimed that the particular examination is important in order that the scholars of this yr’s Class 10 and 12 batches are at par with earlier or future batches for evaluation of benefit for job choice course of solely, and never for getting admission into larger courses. However, scholar our bodies have refused to just accept this argument and maintained that this clause has made your complete record-based evaluation course of redundant and put the scholars, already beneath stress because of the uncertainty over the evaluation course of, via extra duress.
Terming this clause completely unacceptable, All Assam Students’ Union (AASU) Chief Advisor Samujjal Kumar Bhattacharya informed PTI, “The evaluation process has been recommended by government-constituted committees. Marksheets based on it should keep all future avenues open for students. “We demand the government to reconsider this clause and scrap it. The students were ready to sit for the exams. It’s not their fault. No injustice should be done to their interests.” He mentioned that the AASU has already dashed off letters to the Chief Minister and the Education Minister on Friday with this demand.
All Bodo Students Union (ABSU) President Dipen Boro, talking in the identical vein, mentioned, “There should not be separate marksheets for getting admission into higher classes and for applying for jobs in the future.” He questioned that if a scholar is deemed handed beneath the notified record-based evaluation course of however later fails to clear the particular Class 10 or 12 exams, then which marksheet might be relevant?
Expressing related sentiments, Asom Jatiyatabadi Yuva Chhatra Parishad (AJYCP) General Secretary Palash Changmai mentioned that this provision for a particular examination for making use of for presidency jobs in the long run is “not at all acceptable”. “The students have already been through so much mental torture due to the delay in deciding whether examinations will be held or not. We cannot put them through more stress,” he mentioned, demanding withdrawal of this clause instantly.
The Students Federation of India (SFI) held a protest in Guwahati on Saturday towards the brand new formulae for the 2 batches and requested the federal government to withdraw the clause. Satra Mukti Sangram Samiti (SMSS) mentioned the choice to carry a separate examination in 2022 will jeopardise the profession of almost seven lakh college students of the 2 batches and demanded the withdrawal of this “anti-student” notification.
Meanwhile, the Leader of the Opposition Debabrata Saikia accused the Assam authorities of enjoying with the long run of harmless college students. “The present Chief Minister, who was the Education Minister earlier, knew very well that the exams could have been held in January or February. But instead of working for the cause of the students, which was his constitutional duty, he chose to work in the interest of his party, BJP,” he informed PTI.
AIUDF legislator Rafiqul Islam, terming the clause “unacceptable”, mentioned that the scholars should put together for his or her subsequent yr’s course in addition to proceed learning for Class 10 or 12, which is able to put large strain on them. “The government should immediately withdraw this provision and follow the process being adopted by the other states,” he added.
However, the Education Minister on Saturday asserted that the federal government will maintain the examination in future to take away any discrepancy and keep away from litigation. “The government can give the mark sheet based on the record-based evaluation process. But if those students who had passed earlier or will pass in the later years approach the court against competing with these students, saying that they never sat for the exam, what will we do then?” he requested.
As per the system for college kids of Class 12, who’ve sensible exams, 50 per cent of their complete marks will come from the perfect of three topics of Class 10, 30 per cent from Class 12 sensible, 10 per cent from inner evaluation and attendance in Class 11 and Class 12, and the remainder 10 per cent to be supplied by AHSEC.
The college students of Class 12 from arts and commerce streams who should not have sensible exams, will get 50 per cent of their marks from the perfect of three topics in Class 10, 40 per cent from inner evaluation in Class 11 and Class 12, and an extra 10 per cent to be given by AHSEC.
For college students of Class 10, 40 per cent of their marks might be based mostly on their efficiency in Class 9, 40 per cent on evaluation of their efficiency in Class 10 and 20 per cent on school-based inner evaluation. Those college students, who’re dissatisfied with their marks or the method of evaluation, can have the choice of showing for normal exams by September 15 or when the exams might be held, with the notifications including that outcomes might be declared by July 31.