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Most Class XII students score 14 in physics


Most Class XII students score 14 in physics

Archit Watts

Tribune News Service

Muktsar, May 15

A large number of students who flunked in physics in the Punjab School Education Board (PSEB) Class XII results declared on May 11 have got 14 marks each in their theoretical exam.

It has not just surprised the students and their parents, but also left the teachers confused, who are unable to give any reply and now requested the Secretary (School Education) to look into the matter.

Some of these students have got even above 60 marks in other theoretical exams. Aarti (Roll number 2019091411), a student of Government Girls Senior Secondary School, Charik village in Moga district, has got 14 marks in physics. Similarly, Amandeep Kaur (2019091412), another Amandeep Kaur (2019091413), Amanjot Kaur (2019091414), too, from the same school got 14 marks each. There are nine students from this school who have got 14 marks each in physics.

Similarly, Aarti (2019090851), Balwant Kaur (2019090852) and Gurpreet Kaur (2019090854), all students of Government Senior Secondary School, Bhinder Kalan village in Moga, have also got 14 marks each.

Amritdeep Kaur (2019021732), Kirandeep Kaur (2019021736), Kiranpreet Kaur (2019021737), Komalpreet Kaur (2019021738), Neetu (2019021741), Jodha Singh (2019021750) and Shamsher Singh (2019021754), all students of Government Senior Secondary School, Dashmesh Nagar, Amritsar, have scored similar marks.

A teacher from a government school in Malout subdivision in Muktsar said, “Two students from our school, too, have got 14 marks in physics.” Similarly, a teacher from Abohar in Fazilka district informed that two students from their school, too, had got 14 marks each in physics.

“Students are asking that if they had got 8-10 marks out of 10 in continuous and comprehensive evaluation and 15-20 in the practical exam of 20 marks, then how is it possible that they got just 14 out of 70 in the theory. A number of them have scored well in other subjects,” said a teacher.

He said, “Most students cannot affort to spend Rs 500 for re-evaluation.”

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