The DAV group of faculties has clarified that sure wordings in an English question paper have been that of a trainer and they didn’t replicate the views of the establishment. This comes after many together with Congress MP Shashi Tharoor demanded a solution from the varsity, over a question relating to the Farm Law protests which befell in Delhi on January 26. The English Language and Literature question paper dated February 11 was a part of the second revision examination for Class X.
The stated phrase within the English question paper requested college students to write a “Letter to the Editor” condemning the “terrible, violent acts of miscreants who fail to realize that country comes before personal needs and gains. Destroying public property, disgracing the national flag and attacking police personnel, are a few of the various illegal offences committed, that can never be justified for any reason whatsoever. Suggest few measures from your end to thwart such violent maniacs who act under external instigation”.
Many had questioned the language used within the paper and sought a response from the varsity. Congress MP from Thiruvananthapuram Dr Shashi Tharoor had tweeted, “Is this an English Language examination paper or do we now have exams on ‘How to Write Propaganda’? DAV School Gopalapuram pls clarify…”
Acknowledging the broad spectrum of responses that the varsity had obtained after this subject erupted, DAV said, “Ours being a diverse country, it has not been surprising that the feedback has also been quite diverse – from expletive-laden hate to solemn support for the institution that has been providing high quality, value-based, affordable education over the last 50 years.”
We strongly imagine within the want to nurture impartial pondering amongst kids and likewise abide by the ideas and ethos enshrined within the Indian Constitution, the assertion added.
While one part had questioned the varsity, there have been others who had shared their appreciation for DAV having featured this question. Speaking to Zee Media, BJP spokesperson Khushbu Sundar stated that usually individuals blame kids for not realizing or bothering about what’s taking place within the nation, however when there may be an try to know what’s on the youngsters’s thoughts, it’s being referred to as propaganda.
“Dr Tharoor is highly educated, he should be glad that the school raised this question when he himself says that youth must think, answer, converse and progress. Looks like everything is getting politicized… children are the future of the country. Asking them this question and knowing what’s on their mind is important. I appreciate DAV for having raised this question” she elaborated.