CBSE 10th Result 2022: The campaign is organized by Founder and Chairman of All India JEE-NEET Students Association Himanshu Borah.
CBSE Result 2022: Students launch a Twitter campaign with the hashtag #SubjectWiseBestOfEitherTerms
NEW DELHI: Central Board for Secondary Education (CBSE) students are leading a mega Twitter campaign demanding the adoption of ‘best of both terms’ as the method of assessing CBSE Class 10 results. CBSE Class 10 students are posting to Twitter with the hashtag #SubjectWiseBestOfEitherTerms and #BestofEitherTerms starting at 7 p.m. Students ask the CBSE to use their best scores in the first and second term exams to prepare the results.
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@UrHimanshuBorah started this movement for justice with very little support.
Now the whole student community supports.
— AIJNSA (@AIJNSA_official) May 28, 2022
The campaign is organized by Founder and Chairman of All India JEE-NEET Students Association Himanshu Borah. “We want the best out of every term in terms of subject matter as we have suffered a lot over the past two years. It is a humble request to the CBSE and the respected Prime Minister, please do the best out of every term in terms of subject. #SubjectWiseBestOfEitherTerms,” Anuj Kumar tweeted.
@cbseindia29 @PMOIndia @Narendra Modi @EduMinOfIndia
We want the best of both terms, because we have suffered a lot in the last two years. This is a humble request to the CBSE and respected prime minister, please do your best for every term as it relates to the subject.#SubjectWiseBestOfEitherTerms pic.twitter.com/tab79pINkS
— Anuj Kumar (@AnujKum60879498) May 28, 2022
Another student, Shalu Yadav, said in a tweet that every student wanted the assessment to be based on the “best of two terms” as it would make the results fair for students in the 2021-2022 batch as they had to face many difficulties. the pandemic.
Each student of #CBSE want to #SubjectWiseBestOfEitherTerms This is the only way to achieve fair results for students in the 2021-2022 batch, as they have suffered the most from this pandemic.@PMOIndia @cbseindia29 @AllCBSENews pic.twitter.com/u7Yt1D8JVG
— Shalu Yadav (@ShaluYa86088367) May 28, 2022
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Twitter user Debjit Roy asked the board along with Prime Minister Narendra Modi to select the best paper by subject from the first and second term exams for evaluation. He also shared a meme with the tweet that reads “we ask for you by wrapping our hands in front of you”.
Each student of #CBSEBoardExams2022 request for #BestOfEitherTerms with #SubjectWiseBestOfEitherTerms which will be very fair to all students.@PMOIndia
Students from 2021-2022 to @cbseindia29 pic.twitter.com/Ggm8ka5y9b
— Debjit Roy (@DebjitR68585041) May 27, 2022
Some students also said they went through depression worrying about the outcome. “We are going through a strong mental breakdown and insomnia. Please don’t torment us any longer and rate the outcome based on #subjectwiseBestOfEitherTerms,” Sabareena Parveen tweeted.
We are going through a strong mental breakdown and insomnia. Please don’t agonize us anymore and rate the outcome based on #subjectwiseBestOfEitherTerms @EduMinOfIndia @NCPCR_ @Narendra Modi @PMOIndia @ZeeNewsEnglish @cbseindia29 @aajtak @UrHimanshuBorah @vishalaryav
— sabareen Parveen (@SabareenP) May 28, 2022
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More than 21 lakh students appeared for the CBSE Class 10 2nd Term Examinations which took place from April 26 to May 24, 2022. The 2nd term results are expected to be announced by the end of June on CBSE official websites – cbse.gov.in, cbseresults.nic.in.
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