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CBSE students seek favourable amendments from Kerala Government

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CBSE students seek amendments from Kerala Govt

Kerala CBSE School Managements Association(KCSMA), claim that the authorities have reluctantly neglected some of the issues that needed immediate attention.

There were two major concerns that had been affecting the students adversely. The first issue is about awarding grace marks to Class-X and XII public examinations during valuation which has affected CBSE students to a large extent. And secondly, executing the idea of making regional language compulsory.

The association has demanded the government to ensure equality without reference to the board of affiliation, in Engineering/Medical entrance examinations, and that all privileges and protections be granted to CBSE Schools in Kerala.

In addition, the association has come up against the idea of having Malayalam as mandatory first language for CBSE students, because of the existing higher number of students in CBSE Schools from other states. These out-station students rarely remain in one State for more than three years, depending on the unpredictable job transfer of their parents from one state to another.

So, there have been requests made with respect to the above mentioned petitions to the government, awaiting for a favourable action and needful amendments.

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