At Birla Bharati School, principal Apala Dutta has obtained letters from dad and mom expressing issues about examination phobia amongst their wards.
Principal of Ram Mohan Mission School, Sujoy Biswas, stated there may be immense stress on the scholars returning to high school and readying for the pen and paper examinations after a yr.
“In a pen and paper exam, students have to return to the exact question and alter answer they may have written. This takes more time and also increases the chances of making error in comparison to an online exam,” Biswas stated.
The determination of pen and paper examination has additionally made T H Ireland, principal of St James School, organize for counselling of Board aspirants.
“Students have to start focusing on how to retain concentration and increase their agility. The sessions are aimed at giving them confidence to restart pen and paper examinations,” stated Ireland.
“My daughter will be taking the CBSE Class-XII board exams. The school is holding session to bring back concentration among the students,” stated a guardian, Sunita Agarwal.
Krishna Damani, spokesperson of South Point School, stated that the scholars are showing in preparation checks that may assist them take the pen and paper exams.