Students Unhappy With CBSE Formula
The Morning Standard|June 18, 2021
STUDENTS are upset with CBSE’s assessment policy for Class XII board examinations this year, with hundreds of them voicing their unhappiness on social media. Calling the policy unfair, they demanded entrance test-based admissions in central universities like Delhi University (DU).
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Aryan Kohli, a student of GD Goenka public school, Vasant Kunj said, “No student focuses on Class XI and many schools resort to tough marking in Class XI and XII pre-board exams. I can still understand Class XI marks being counted as the streams and subjects are the same, but why consider Class X marks?”

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