Naming many Intermediate students taking their lives over poor results as disastrous, Education Minister Adimulapu Suresh on Sunday said that low scores or failure in an assessment would never mean the apocalypse.
Low level of imprints, truth be told, can be the take-off platform for a promising profession if one genuinely and steadily works for the set objective, he said.
“The students must not lose their certainty. They ought to rather introspect and discover what turned out badly. Scoring in assessment and information are two unique things,” he underscored.
The Board of Intermediate Education (BIE) discharged the halfway first and second-year results on Friday. In the wake of the pandemic and the ensuing lockdown and different rules, for example, social removing, the results were discharged on the web.
While the Minister and the division officials discharged the results at 4 p.m. most students could gain admittance to the sites with the results simply following a few hours because of what officials called “overwhelming weight on the servers”.
Although numerous students turned to the extraordinary advance on Saturday, they were surfaced uniquely on Sunday morning. “Adolescents ending their lives over the lower level of imprints or failure in assessment is an upsetting pattern,” said the Minister.
“Parents have a key task to carry out. They should direct their kids to manage pressure and misery. They should bolster their children’s’ desires and energize them in every single imaginable approach to confront the difficulties throughout everyday life,” said Mr. Suresh.
The Minister additionally underscored the requirement for educational foundations to do their bit in advising youngsters against holding negative considerations and urge them to pursue their fantasies with difficult work and responsibility.
“There is no compelling reason to give undue significance to imprints and grades that is so ordinary of the corporate education framework. This is the reason the administration is focussing on changes. We are resolved to end the corporate culture and assist youngsters with picking up information in a helpful climate. The changes presented in both, school and higher education areas, targets changing the substance of the education situation,” said the Minister.
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