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If Board examinations are made optional, there will be no pressure on students due to external examinations. Will it not result in lowering of their academic achievements?

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Asked by Niharika Joshi, 18 Jun '12 02:00 pm
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No, the schools will still hold examination based on the syllabus recommended by CBSE board. The board will set the question paper pattern, and rules and guidelines. This will make students more vigilant about education and will increase the candidates seriousness towards examination.
As far as the academic achievements are concerned, it is not wise to put unnecessary burden on students. There are better ways to motivate and inspire students to achieve success. Threatening students in the name of board examination and exerting unnecessary education burden can prove harmful for students.
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Answered by Bhavana Singh, 18 Jun '12 02:02 pm

 
  
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