The Central Board of Secondary Education Board (CBSE) examination is going on full swing. The recent Physics examination left students and their parents in a shock and students said that the question paper was difficult and tricky.
The questions were very tricky and it was a very difficult paper. CBSE should have given more time to prepare for such a tough subject. We are all extremely disappointed, the petition on Change.org reads.
Last year's XII batch had an extension of the moderation policy which awarded grace marks after the Delhi High Court intervened. The CBSE has said that the moderation policy has been stopped from this year onwards.
This is not fair as the previous batches had the moderation policy and the succeeding batches would have a reduction in the syllabus. This leaves the present XII students with neither a reduction in the syllabus nor having the moderation policy.
We request the CBSE Examination Board to make the correction liberal so that it won’t affect our future. Sign your petition and do share this petition with all your friends and let this reach CBSE, petition stated.
The online petition was written to CBSE, controller of examination, Dr Sanyam Bharadwaj and Minister of Human Resource and development, Ramesh Pokhriyal.
The students and parents are waiting for CBSE to respond to the students’ plea.