• Student bodies, opposition demand removing of the contentious clause from Assam analysis formulation

    Student bodies, opposition demand removing of the contentious clause from Assam analysis formulation

    Guwahati: Student groups, collectively with the AASU and opposition proceedings on Monday, asked for the immediate removal of a clause within the analysis formulation for the Class 10 and 12 examination program.

    It says college students served to set out to be teachers or be part of state authority's jobs should sit for a similar examination when the COVID-19 scenario improves.

    On July 1, the Assam officials announced a record-based analysis course for Class 10 and 12 college students under the Board of Secondary Education, Assam (SEBA) and the Assam Higher Secondary Education Council (AHSEC) respectively on the premise of the stories of two competent bodies established by the Education Department.

    According to this clause, college students trying to set out to be instructors or team within the Education Department or different state authorities department the position recruitment is "substantially based on HSLC or HSSLC marks" should appear for a different matric or higher secondary examination after improvement of the pandemic situation.

    Education Minister Ranoj Pegu declared that the appropriate examination is important. The students of these 12 months Class 10 and 12 groups are at standard with earlier or future groups deciding compensation for job selection course solely and never for getting entry into more generous courses.

    Nevertheless, student bodies have declined to accept this argument and affirmed that this clause has made the complete record-based examination program unnecessary and put the scholars under pressure because of the uncertainty over the analysis course.

    Terming this clause entirely unacceptable, All Assam Students' Union (AASU) Chief Advisor Samujjal Kumar Bhattacharya suggested PTI, "The analysis course of has been beneficial by government-constituted committees."

    "We demand the government to reconsider this clause and scrap it. The students were ready to sit for the exams. It's not their fault. No injustice should be done to their interests."

    Showing similar opinions, Asom Jatiyatabadi Yuva Chhatra Parishad (AJYCP) General Secretary Palash Changmai said that this preparation for a special examination for securing control of for administration jobs sooner or later is "not at all acceptable."

    The Students Federation of India (SFI) continued a demonstration in Guwahati on Saturday towards the brand new formulae for the two groups. It demanded the central government to withdraw the clause.