online ‘toppers’, many students get offline exam reality check | Bhopal News
Bhopal: They were the best in online classes, but many of them are not even able to write in offline classes, teachers from several schools say.
The effects of online courses among students are gradually being felt, especially during first term exams in schools. Several students who have been extremely successful in offline courses over the past two years are struggling to get even 20% offline.
The problem of loss of writing skills is endemic at all levels. The problem is severe in the primary sections where several students after completing their previous two classes with over 95% struggle to even achieve passing grades.
Speaking to YOU, teachers from several schools said that this year will be very difficult for schools and students. “In online classes, students were getting one hundred percent grades. However, in the first trimester of offline classes, they were not even able to get passing grades. It has become a serious problem in all schools,” said a teacher without mentioning her name.
Adding to her assertion, she said: ‘The situation was such that the students weren’t even able to write whenever I dictated in class. What to do with these students is a big question for me? »
The teachers even talked about it with the parents. “I talked about it with a few parents. They also realized that by writing answers for their children in online exams, they created problems for them. They were also worried about the future of their children,” said another teacher.
Students in higher grades also face the same problem. “I am a class 11 teacher. As the students have taken their 9 and 10 classes online without proper studies, they are now facing serious problems. I have to teach the basics of class 9 and 10 in class 11. I am worried about how they will pass the final exam for class 11 this year. I have a limited time to complete the program“, said the professor Prashant Jain.
Even the parents also realized their mistake. “I regret that I made a mistake in supporting my child in her final exams for the past two years. I don’t know what will happen to her this year. She is trying to cope with the situation, ”said the father of a pupil of class 9, Hitesh Verma.