For the students who are unsure of their subjects in class 10th and 12th, there is a bad news in the offing from the CBSE! No more experimentation, says the CBSE in its latest circular!
You can't change your stallions (read courses) midstream. This is the new diktat of the Central Board of Secondary Education.
In a noteworthy setback to classes IX and XI pass-outs, the board has asked its subsidiary schools not to permit subject or stream change in classes X and XII from this scholastic year. The board sent the round on May 15. Students and folks came to know of it when their supplications for subject change were dismissed by the school powers. Numerous stressed folks have sent sends to CBSE provincial office and also Delhi office.
A stressed mother of a Class XII understudy who has composed a mail to CBSE said, "I composed to CBSE provincial officer not long after I became more acquainted with that my girl can't transform her subject (maths) in which she didn't score well. Students are feeling powerless in light of the CBSE choice."
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Another guardian said, "My girl is very irritated since she found out about it." She, as well, has composed to CBSE to permit her little girl to change a subject.
"In the event that my youngster does not care for a subject, he will either disregard it or think that it hard to concentrate on it. In either case, his execution will be influenced in different subjects as well," said Bhimesh Singh, a guardian.
Numerous students are feeling demotivated. "I had taken science as a discretionary subject. What's more, now I think that it hard to adapt to it. I had presented an application for changing the subject to physical instruction, however it was rejected. In Class XI my rate went down in light of it. In the event that I can't change the subject, my execution may be influenced in Class XII as well," said Preeti Sawhney, a Class XII understudy.
Folks said if CBSE did not take back its choice, then they would be left with no alternative other than changing the board.
"It is the choosing year for students and scoring low in Class XII means chopping down numerous open doors. On the off chance that CBSE does not reconsider its choice, then we will move our youngsters to some other board as opposed to watch them feel powerless," said Gurjant Singh, a guardian.
"The board's choice can send numerous students into despondency," another guardian included.
The CBSE notice
"No competitor might be allowed to change his subject of study in the wake of passing Class IX or XI and the applicant should not offer a subject in Class X and XII which he/she had not considered and gone in Class IX and XI, separately," expresses the round. "The board anticipates that the schools will take after the above rules in its actual letter the sacredness of the bye-laws so confined after much consideration," it includes.