Schools Unhappy With Board Results Protest At CBSE Headquarter.

New Delhi, Aug 19: Unhappy with the 10th and 12th  results of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), private schools and students staged a dharna on Wednesday at the CBSE headquarters in Preet Vihar, Delhi. This demonstration was held under the National Independent Schools Alliance (NISA). NISA has demanded that CBSE take responsibility for this result drawn under the substandard system so that tomorrow the students do not curse the schools.

More than 150 school owners from various states and all the students of Delhi participated in this demonstration. NISA National President Kulbhushan Sharma said that there is a lot of anger among teachers, students, and parents regarding the tabulation formula made for preparing CBSEs 10th and 12th class results. Due to this result, the problems of the school administration and school operators have increased. Students and their parents are asking questions about their future and career. Therefore, NISA has demanded from CBSE that they should take full responsibility for their board results themselves.

All the school owners and students demonstrated this demand on Wednesday at the CBSE Headquarters in Preet Vihar by holding a symbolic protest. Many students say that this result declared through CBSE has ruined both their future and career. Due to this, now neither the school will run, nor the students will be saved. Therefore, CBSE will have to take full responsibility for this poor result itself.

According to NISA President Kulbhushan Sharma, under the tabulation policy of CBSE, the scope of giving numbers to the children of schools has been limited, and there is no such restriction in the state board. Under which the number of children is high in the state board, and the number of middle and low-grade children who appeared in the CBSE examination has remained low, which is a gross injustice to these children and their parents. NISA also raised its voice for the safety of teachers. Also demanded the representation of private schools from all over the country in the CBSE governing body.

 

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