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Education Minister Blames Board Chief- Kids Failed

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Board Chief Blamed-Students Failed Exam
It is an universal complaint that bad exam results are the fault of examiners. But while most parents fail to appreciate this. Yes, in the very recent case of Poonam Kumari and Prabhat Kumar, when they failed the class 12 examination for the second time, their father, Jharkhand HRDM Minister Baidyanath Ram, publicly blamed Jharkhand Academic Council (JAC) Chairperson Lakshmi Singh.

The council conducts the matriculation and intermediate examinations in the state. "I have information that copies of my children were re-checked deliberately three times by different evaluators only to restrain them from passing the examination", the minister revealed this after three days of results declaration. "This may have been done at the direction of JAC Chairperson", he added.

He said that he was collecting concrete evidence on the issue. The results available on the JAC website say Poonam had secured 240 marks out of 500 and Prabhat secured 183. Neither could clear the mandatory English Language Paper. The two commerce students from Doranda college have now applied for security of their papers.

"I communicated with my children regarding this issue, and they are confident of their results". "Though I believe in talent and not in certificates, children career should not be put at stake because of the differences between me and her", said Ram.

Ram had always been consistently drawing attention to the falling standard of education in the state- all of which is apparently the fault of the JAC chief. He has even asked the chief minister for her removal, blaming her for the declining performance of council and the students. In-turn to his chance Rubbishing the allegations, Mr.Singh said, "We can never do this. If Ram has all the evidences, then he must submit it".

What do you think? 'Who' can be said, the reason if Students 'FAIL' their Board Examination. Is it Parents? Board? Teachers? or its just students?

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