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Hyderabad: CBSE students upset with physics exam date

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published Feb 1, 2018, 1:11 am IST
Updated Feb 1, 2018, 1:11 am IST
The CBSE revised the date for physical education test as there was no gap between the JEE exam and physical education test.
The time-table of psychology, political science, legal studies and economics also looks imbalanced with less time left for students to prepare.
 The time-table of psychology, political science, legal studies and economics also looks imbalanced with less time left for students to prepare.

Hyderabad: Class 12 CBSE students are annoyed with the physics exam date due to less time left for its preparation. 

After many complaints by JEE aspirants, the CBSE revised the date for physical education test as there was no gap between the JEE exam and physical education test. The physical education exam was scheduled for April 9 and has been changed to April 13. In the humanities group also, the time-table looks imbalanced. The time-table of psychology, political science, legal studies and economics also looks imbalanced with less time left for students to prepare.

 

T. S. Sheela Rani, head of physics department, Hyderabad Public School, Ramanthpur, said , “Students are complaining a lot as there all two parts in physics subject which need a minimum gap of four days.” Sagar Kumar, a class 12 student, said, “There is only one day gap for physics exam and we have to prepare 15 chapters. It is impossible to revise 15 chapters in one day. I request CBSE to give more time.”

A school principal, who did not want to be named, said, ‘’Not only students from science stream but humanities students are also facing issues because of the imbalanced time-table. I would advise students not to depend on last minute preparations.”

 

CBSE counselling to beat exam blues​

CBSE students are annoyed with the exam date

CBSE students are annoyed with the exam date

  •  ​CBSE to provide counselling to students during examinations to overcome stress. 
  • A pre-examination counselling for students and parents will begin from February 1
  •  There is tele-counselling for disabled 
    students with special 
    educators 
  •  A weekly question-answer column will be published in major national newspapers in February. 
  • Students can dial a toll free number 1800 11 8004 to access helpline. They will be answers on exam-related stress. The helpline is operational from 8am to 10pm 
  • CBSE tele-counselling is offered by trained counselors. Ninety-one principals will participate and twenty counselors are from Nepal, KSA, Oman, UAE, Kuwait, Singapore, Qatar and Japan. 

 

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