Students On The Warpath Against Government Policies || FROM THE RAJPATH || SNE
By SNE WEBDESK .
Apr 02, 2018
The future of the nation depends on the youth. If the youth feels threatened and insecure, how can a nation progress. Is India becoming the leaking democracy? Data of addhar cards is leaked, the dates and schedule of elections is leaked and now the Central Board of Secondary Education FINAL EXAMINATION PAPERS ARE LEAKED.
THE students will have to reappear for the examination.What will happen to the students who are appearing for competitive examinations and the students who are seeking admission in international universities? If examination is to be conducted again it will delay the declaration of result, which will affect career of so many students.
Students in Delhi are holding massive protests at Jantar Mantar, demanding that the Central Board of Secondary Education should hold a re-examination for all papers, instead of just the two announced yesterday. They say besides math and economics, many other papers were leaked before the exams.
The Union minister Prakash Javadekar yesterday’s statement was hilarious and I quote “2-3 papers had been leaked on WhatsApp 30 minutes before the exams”. A special investigation team has been formed to look into the matter.
How can union minister shrug off all the responsibility and give a typical bureaucratic statement without taking any responsibility for the leak.
The youth of the country seem to be on the warpath with the present regime. From Delhi if we move to the capital of Uttra Khand the students of MBBS belonging to Shri Guru Ram Rai Medical College are protesting against the four hundred % fee hike. The fee for MBBS was increased from four lakhs of each year to Rs 19 lakhs. The student’s protest is against the state government’s decision to allow private medical colleges to decide their own fee hike for MBBS and MD courses.
The government’s stand seems to be baffling, on one hand they promise acche din and beti bachao beti parahao on the other they want to increase the fee by 400 per cent.