Chief Minister blamed for ‘bad’ Inter results
Pioneer of resistance and RJD pioneer Tejashwi Prasad Yadav on Tuesday said boss pastor Chief Minister Nitish Kumar should apologize to the praiseworthy Intermediate understudies of the state for harming their prospects as challenges over the poor outcomes in Class XII exam led by the Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) proceeded outside its central station on the 6th successive day on Tuesday. Numerous understudies have called attention to extensive scale inconsistencies in their stamp sheets and blamed the BSEB for conferring goofs in assessing their answer duplicates.
“Bihar board is making new records, going from awful to more regrettable consistently under your nose. You (Nitish) should look for conciliatory sentiment from the exemplary understudies,” Tejashwi tweeted.
“Nitish Kumar’s trademark ‘Show Degree, Get Contractual Job’ recipe has ruined the instruction framework, the eventual fate of two ages, quality preparing and showing principles in Bihar. Ask anybody really, they will come clean and contrast,” Tejashwi said and reprimanded BSEB director Anand Kishor for such a circumstance.
In another tweet, Tejashwi blamed representative CM Sushil Kumar Modi for twofold guidelines. “Till a year ago, Sushil Modi was marking BSEB as inept, degenerate, pointless and harsh body drove by Nitish Ji. Presently, in spite of the considerable number of dissents, expanding gaps, errors and enduring understudies, no word from ‘Khulasa Miyan’ Sushil Modi!” he tweeted.
Responding to his tweets, JD(U) MLC Neeraj told this daily paper on Tuesday that he would salute Tejashwi for talking on training in spite of having passed Class VIII just and his discussions on ‘Charwaha Vidyalaya’. “Bihar government is not kidding about the understudies’ burdens and finding a way to take care of their issues,” he stated, including that there was no uncertainty on NEET and Bihar board topper Kalpana’s ability and diligent work.
In any case, JD(U) pioneer and previous instruction serve Ashok Choudhary likewise blamed the BSEB authorities for playing with the eventual fate of thousands of understudies. “In any examination board the nation over, understudies get liberal stamps in viable exams. How might some individual get just 2-3 checks in practicals? BSEB ought to be considered capable after Lalkeshwar’s episode. Indeed, even the state government needs the board to be straightforward. Be that as it may, it’s not happening; rather, it is making more inconvenience for the understudies,” he said.
In any case, Choudhary shielded Nitish. “BSEB is a self-governing body. There is no state government obstruction in its working. Why the legislature and CM should respond in due order regarding the mix-ups of BSEB authorities,” Choudhary approached and decisively pointed the finger at Kishor for the chaos.