With Lakhs of students rejoicing the declaration of results by the different education boards across the country, it is time to spare a thought to the students who couldn't clear the hurdle and are left high and dry. Taking the matter into consideration, the MP board of examination, which declared its results on May 12, has come out with an interesting initiative.
After the adoption of stringent anti-cheating measures in the district of Bhind, a major decline is the pass percentage is being noticed. To help these students who have been unsuccessful in crossing this hurdle, the MP Board has launched an innovative program.
Called 'Ruk Jana Nahi' program, it is aimed at benefitting the students who couldn't clear the board examinations. This will help the students in saving an entire year since the students would be allowed to re-appear in the examination in the month of June. This initiative would also include the students of class 10th, whose results will be declared today on May 16.
The application form, which needs to be filled by all the interested students, would be made available online starting May 20. The exam will be held beginning from June 15. The results of class 12th and 10th examination would be declared on July 15 and August 15 respectively.
The Maharishi Patanjali Sansthan has also agreed to help the students appearing for Sanskrit Board by conducting coaching classes for the students from June 1 to 8.
"The board has launched the programme so that the unsuccessful students do not lose a year. They will get an opportunity to appear in the exam. The greatest advantage is that students will have to appear only in those subjects in which they have failed. The marks of the Open Board will be incorporated in their board exam marks," said Deepak Joshi, MP's education minister.