Conducting CBSE 12 Exam as Open Book Exam is Best Solution- SIO: The Students Islamic Organisation of India has demanded open book mode exams for 12th Board if the board conducts 12th exam. They demand that the students should be allowed to appear for boards from their respective homes. The Student organisation has expressed their demand in the letter which is written by the Organisation to Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank. Now let’s check the details of this in this page.
Students Islamic Organisation of India:
Students Islamic Organisation of India has demand if the CBSE hold the exams for class 12, it should be in open book mode. In open book mode, the students are allowed to write their exams by using their books. They can search for the answers in the book and write the exam.
Skipping 12 Board Exams:
The organisation make their first choice would be to scrap the exams and promote students on the basis of internal assessments and continuous comprehensive evaluation (CCE). But many officials and academicians felt skipping 12 board exams is not possible and it is not good for the admission to the higher studies. So, the organisation mentioned that, if board exams have for any reason to be conducted, we propose that it should be done on basis of “an open book and take-home exam” in which “question papers and answer sheets can be made available to students at their homes, along with sufficient time to complete the exam and submit the answers back to exam centre.
Open Book Exam:
They felt the open book exam is the best solution for this COVID 19 pandemic situation. They stated that, the process of sending question papers and receiving answer sheets can be carried out in a flexible and hybrid manner, including picking up the question papers from schools, sending them to students via post, or online. Students Islamic Organisation of India suggested that along with the individual schools should be allowed to opt for an appropriate method or mix of methods according to the needs of the students.
SIO Letter Suggest:
The SIO in its letter suggested that “students should be allowed to select a minimum of three subjects to appear in,” if the proposal of holding exams for selected subjects is considered. We believe it is crucial that in no circumstance should physical examinations at examination centres be allowed to happen. Regardless of the safety precautions proposed to be taken, such a large gathering of students, teachers, and associated staff poses too many risks for the collective health and safety of not only every person involved in the process but also for the public at large,” the letter stated. Let’s wait for the official decision. Stay connected with us for the further updates regarding this.
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