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Loopholes of Indian Examination System

The system of examination, as it exists today, does not at all assess the real worth and intelligence of the candidate. If same answers are judged by two different examiners, we find a lot of difference. One examiner may be liberal and another may be meticulous one, the way of marking differs a lot. The present day examination system is nothing but a matter of chance ,no certainty or reliability can be placed. Most of the students suffer from examination phobia, as the date of examination draws nearer, the students start becoming nervous. Many times, his nervousness so overpowers him, that even his best learnt lessons seem evaporated from his mind. Many times the question paper gives him utter shock, whatever the topics he left out, thinking unimportant or unworthy of appearing in the papers, are there in the paper and topics of important find no place in the paper.

The existing Examination system and procedure of judging one’s ability is so unnatural and faulty that a mediocre student can secure distinction marks and an intelligent may cut a sorry figure. Moreover ,in the present examination system ,excepting the question paper of objective type, only cram work is useful. One ,who possesses good power of cramming, facts and texts, secures good marks rather than an intelligent, who could not cram but analyse in a proper manner. So in my view lots of changes require in our examination system.

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3 Responses

  1. Tirtha says:

    It’s A True
    Now a day so many problems come in the examination, because of that some student could not score.

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  2. Service_to_all says:

    Your right that the system of examination and the evaluation is all flawed. This as you say could lead to average students scoring over brilliant students. But then life is not just scoring marks alone. The average students may have to struggle to be truly successful in life. The brilliant students definitely have their own path cut out which will have a bright future.


  3. satyakam says:

    I agree but suppose for some good courses there is a minimum percentage requd for appearing entrance ,in that case good fellows really suffer.


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