BJP's allegation on Kejriwal government - fake results are being passed

96% students of class 9th-11th failed in Delhi: BJP's allegation on Kejriwal government - fake results are being passed

Apr 3, 2023 - 12:23
BJP's allegation on Kejriwal government - fake results are being passed

In Delhi, 96% of the students studying in classes 9th and 11th in the government schools of the Kejriwal government, who claim to have a good education, failed the examination. The Delhi government has now come under attack from the BJP regarding this.
Making a serious allegation against Education Minister Atishi, the BJP said that now teachers are being asked to pass the students by writing the answers themselves.
Leader of Opposition in Delhi Assembly Ramveer Singh Bidhuri claimed that the results have been uploaded on the website, but teachers have been asked to write their own answers and pass them to the students and upload the revised results on the website.
According to Ramveer Singh, he has been given time till April 5 for this. He has demanded an inquiry from LG VK Saxena. The Leader of the Opposition claimed that only 4% of students passed classes 9th and 11th in this session.
Ramveer Singh said that the marks of 55 students in class 60 were not even passable. He claimed that most of the students could not score even 10 marks out of the total 80 marks. He said that this scam of education should also be investigated because the results are being changed due to forgery.
The BJP leader said that the world-class education model of government schools of the Delhi government has lost its air. Kejriwal and his party leaders lie day and night on the education model that the standard of education has improved a lot, whereas this year's results have exposed the truth.
In the government schools of Delhi, students are accused of cheating even in the 10th and 12th board exams. On March 10, Dainik Bhaskar told the news from the headline about the serious allegation of students cheating on the school management of the Delhi Government.
The 10th and 12th board exams in government schools were conducted by CBSE. CBSE's Controller of Examinations Bhardwaj received the complaint, following which he also wrote a letter to Himanshu Gupta, Director of Education, Delhi.
The Director of Education was asked to ensure that the examination is conducted smoothly and fairly. It was said in the complaint that the CCTV cameras were switched off from 10.30 am to 1.30 pm at the time of examination.
It was argued that parents also have access to watch CCTV. TGT/PGT teachers were appointed as facilitators by the school heads of government schools. Their job was to encourage students, but they were accused of helping students cheat so that the results could be improved.
The Education Minister and Director of Education are also aware of this decaying model of education. But the teachers have been asked to rectify the results by April 5. Even before this, such videos have come to the fore, in which the education director himself is telling the children in the class that if they do not know anything, then just write the questions, and the teachers will pass them.
Classes are going to start in public schools this week, but the increasing cases of corona in Delhi have increased the concern of the parents. He tells the school management that the management itself should take cognizance of the situation and make the classes online for a few days. On the other hand, the school management has started preparations to open the school. Not taking the risk, the schools have decided not to give admission without a mask.

Muskan Kumawat Journalist & Writer