CBSE Class 10, Class 12, NEET, JEE 2021 exams: Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank has asked all stakeholders, including students, to raise their grievances and inputs on Twitter about CBSE Class 10, Class 12 board exams and competitive exams such as JEE 2021 and NEET. Nishank dropped in a video as well on Twitter on Tuesday requesting the same.
“Dear Teachers, Parents & Students, happy to share that I am going live on Dec10 at 10 am to talk about upcoming competitive/board exams with you. Drop your concerns below using #EducationMinisterGoesLive,” he tweeted.
Watch Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank appeal to all stakeholders of CBSE 2021:
Dear Teachers, Parents & Students, happy to share that I am going live on Dec10 at 10 am to talk about upcoming competitive/board exams with you.
Drop your concerns below using #EducationMinisterGoesLive. pic.twitter.com/oThssOJBTE
— Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank (@DrRPNishank) December 6, 2020
Acting on his request, students, parents and teachers took to twitter to provide their inputs. Most of these students requested the education minister to delay/postpone exams by three months. Many also urged him to conduct at least three months of regular classes before taking the exams. They said they had to face a lot of technical problems while attending these classes and they need some extra time for preparations. Some demanded further syllabus cut and postponement of JEE 2021 and NEET 2021 competitive exam too. Lets have a look at some of their tweets to understand what from Union Education Minister.
“Sir its a humble request from my side Folded hands please reduce the syllabus upto 50% as we are not attending physical classes. We can only request you and rest is all yours decision,” said Prithvi Halder.
“#EducationMinisterGoesLive Sir Project work for class12 should be cancelled and the time saved should be given to physical classes. Sir we need atleast 3months of offline classes to be well prepared for CBSE Exams. @DrRPNishank @cbseindia29,” tweeted Princi Kopal.
“#EducationMinisterGoesLive @EduMinOfIndia Respected Sir, We students can’t learn properly through online classes moreover teachers try their best, still online classes can’t compete the level of classes.Upcoming board exams should be postponed,” wrote one Pankaj Kumar.
“#EducationMinisterGoesLive @DrRPNishank @EduMinOfIndia Hon’ble sir, why don’t you all listen to the problems we are facing.. it’s not about having a huge gap between the exams, it’s about clearing the concepts which were not cleared during online classes,” said Priya Boro.
“Respected Minister its our humble request to please postpone the board exams to May. We children are writing to you in hopes that you listen to our troubles and grievances. We really need your help. Please read this letter @DrRPNishank @narendramodi #EducationMinisterGoesLive,” wrote Ayesha Habib mentioning difficulties and challenges faced by students during online classes and pandemic overall.
“#EducationMinisterGoesLive It is the condition of our online class of Accountancy class 12th. How we can prepare for our exams like this. It is my humble request to education minister and Cbse to please postpone the exams till May or June so we can prepare for exams. @cbseindia29,” wote one Karan, tweeting a video of online class in which neither video nor voice was clear enough for students o take the note.
“Respected @DrRPNishank It’s visible that the online classes are not as apt as offline ones. Moreover, the audio also breaks very often. I request you to please postpone Class 12 CBSE Board Exams by 30-45 days so that we get enough time for preparation. #EducationMinisterGoesLive,” posted Kushagra Bedi tweeting some pictures of the online class.
“#EducationMinisterGoesLive @DrRPNishank We humbly request to you as a parent that class 10th & 12th Cbse board exams of session(2020-2021)should be postponed in March 2021and conducted in may 202 because due to epidemic diseases corrnavirus and uncomplete syllabus .Jai hind,” wrote Ambal Krishan Tiwary.
“#EducationMinisterGoesLive #3rd_Attempt_JeeAdvanced @DrRPNishank @EduMinOfIndia Please provide an extra attempt to 2019 pass outs in jee advanced 2021 to 2019 pass outs after qualifying jee main 2021,”wrote on JEE aspitrant Medha Bhawsar.
“Request you to cut down the syllabus of neet and as well as jee and also postponed the examtill July by that we can prepare ourselves for best results Regards:- @DrRPNishank @DG_NTA #EducationMinisterGoesLive,” urged one Akash Yadav.