🔥 Students who are split into two camps for the exams tweet to support the exam, others are against. Students who are split into two exam camps tweet some to support the exam against some exams
July 12, 2020, 11:20 am
Students are constantly protesting college graduation exams, under conditions caused by corona across the country. According to the recently revised guidelines issued by the UGC, these tests will now take place at the end of September. However, there have been mixed reactions from students regarding the exam. In the same order these days on Twitter #NoExamMHRD, ## CancelExamsInCovid, #StudentsForEvaluation Are trendy.
In fact, nowadays, students who are divided into two groups on social media are constantly tweeting about their demand. On the one hand, some students register their protest against the exam, on the other hand, some see themselves in their support. Because of this mixed student response to exams, many such hashtags have become popular on Twitter.
– pranjal 🤘🏼😎 (@ Pranjal03906424) July 11, 2020
– Saurabh Kumar (NSUI) (@ Saurabh_7611) July 11, 2020
– Ankita Thakur (@ AnkitaT44163611) July 11, 2020
Only students in the last year can feel the pain. And our government @ PMOIndia Don’t even think about what we students are seeing in the last year. #cancelallexamspic.twitter.com/DG2aVAoJIR
– Kalyan Beckham (@ kalyanis4ol) July 11, 2020
– Dear_comrade❣️ (@ Mrrahul38675539) July 11, 2020
All universities around the world have developed alternatives for grading and awarding grades. In India, MNIT Jaipur, IITs, NLUs, UOH, etc. are also rated as students. #StudentsForEvaluation rating pic.twitter.com/v0aJZKFXB6
– Rahul Chaudhary (@Rahulnlulko) July 11, 2020
In principle, every student should write an exam or be assessed!
As advanced students later have time to write exams to keep their sheet of paper “ad-free”
– Ashish Chauhan (@AshishSainram) July 11, 2020
Saw @ RahulGandhi ask for mass funding. He knows very well that mass promotion will lead to unemployed youth, unemployment will cause unrest, and that will help him politically.
Power games at the expense of our future. Shameless!#StudentsForEvaluationpic.twitter.com/3XjupDHRLP
– Amogh Arlekar (@AmoghArlekar) July 11, 2020
– Kiran Singh Thangjam (@KiranThangj) July 11, 2020
We welcome the government. Approach to be concerned about the future of the students and to register for an organized exam according to the UGC guideline.
– Karanjit 🇮🇳 (@ connect2karanji) July 11, 2020