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Exam patterns in States UPSC NOTE

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  • Changing the examination pattern for Classes 5, 8, 9, and 11 is not something that can be decided by the State government alone, the High Court of Karnataka has said.

  • The government should discuss with all stakeholders, well in advance, before notifying change in the examination pattern in future academic years for the reason that the same can be effectively presented to the public in an efficacious way, the court has directed.

Whether State alone can decide on changing exam pattern?

  • While declining to accept the contention of associations of certain unaided private schools that the changed pattern would hamper the well being and the growth of children, the court said.

  • The adoption of this method would prepare the students for board examinations in future and also that they will be well equipped to face the actual board exam.

  • A Division Bench, comprising Justice K. Somashekar and Justice Rajesh Rai K., made these observations in its March 22 judgment of allowing the government’s appeal against the

March 6 verdict of a single judge, who had quashed the government’s decision to hold exams through Karnataka State Examination and Assessment Board (KSEAB) for these classes.

  • However, on allowing the government to resume exams for these classes as per the changed exam pattern.

  • The court said that parents, and children of Class 5, 8, 9, and 11 were aware in advance of the fact that students would be facing the examination in the changed pattern.

  • Analysing the features of the pattern, the court said merely because the question papers were prepared by KSEAB it could not be termed as a board exam as the changed pattern did not include key features of an actual board exam.

  • Key features, like detention of unsuccessful students, publicly displaying results, evaluation of answer scripts by external faculty, were not made applicable to the changed method, it said.



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