PM Modi joins education ministry's virtual meeting, addresses concerns of CBSE students
Prime Minister Narendra Modi once again surprised with an unexpected move on Thursday. This time he suddenly joined the virtual meeting of the students and started talking to them. This virtual meeting was called by the Ministry of Education. Along with the students, their parents were also present in this meeting.
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi once again surprised with an unexpected move on Thursday. This time he suddenly joined the virtual meeting of the students and started talking to them.
This virtual meeting was called by the Ministry of Education. Along with the students, their parents were also present in this meeting. There was no plan beforehand that PM Modi will join this meeting, everything happened all of a sudden.
According to reports, PM Modi was involved in this virtual meeting for a very short time. He also talked to some students. After the cancellation of CBSE's 12th examination, now the biggest question is about the assessment itself. It is discussed everywhere that if exams have not been held, then on what basis will the passing mark be done? It is being told that in the meeting, the Prime Minister also talked to some children about this issue. He asked the students about their opinion on the method of marking.
Question regarding method of assessment of students?
Now the biggest question among the students and their parents is that how will the results of the students be prepared? Its rules have not been clarified yet. CBSE Secretary Anurag Tripathi says that it will take two weeks to decide the marking criteria.
During the meeting, PM Modi had told the CBSE officials that the results of the students should be prepared on the basis of proper criteria. It is to be known that due to the cancellation of CBSE 12th examination, many students and their parents have started worrying about the future ahead.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday said his government's decision to cancel CBSE's Class 12 board exams this year was taken after an extensive consultation process and was in the best interest of students.
He said that this student-friendly decision was taken on the basis of the feedback received by the Central Government from all over the country.
It is noteworthy that after the Centre's decision to cancel CBSE Class 12 board exams due to Corona, several states including Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Uttarakhand canceled their board exams on Wednesday, while some others said they would take a decision soon.
Appreciating the decision, PM Modi while replying to several tweets said that the health and welfare of the students is our top priority. He said it has been a chaotic year for the students. They were confined to their homes and spent less time with friends.
PM Modi appreciates teachers for supporting students
Responding to a tweet, he said that as you said, it was the best and student friendly decision at the present time. Responding to a teacher's post, PM Modi said that the teaching community has played an excellent role in the last one year.
"I would like to appreciate all the teachers for supporting the students and ensuring that the education journey continues even in the new environment," he said.