Jagran Correspondent, Ludhiana. The Punjab School Education Board (PSEB) is conducting its Term to Class X and XII board examinations these days. But these exams have put the schools in trouble. These days in government schools, where two to three centers of board classes have been set up in every school, non-board classes are facing more problems due to the already high number of students in schools. While earlier the supply of books has started reaching schools a month after the start of the new session, now schools are being asked to conduct non-board classes on alternate days or sit at home. The reason is that due to the existence of board examination centers, the number of children near the schools is more and the rooms and infrastructure are less. Second, the duty of eighty to ninety percent of the staff of the schools has been put in the examination centers, due to which one or two staff are teaching three to four classes.


Calling non board classes on alternate days in Haibowal Kalan government school

Government Senior Secondary School Haibowal Kalan has examination centers for both class X and XII boards. On the day when there is heavy exam in the school i.e. the number of students appearing for the exam is more, on that day the school is calling the non-board classes for the children on alternate days.

A teacher was teaching classes from VI to X

Four examination centers have been set up in Government Senior Secondary School Multipurpose. Non board classes are being called as a holiday or alternatively on the day of heavy exam. Most of the staff of the school are on examination duty, due to which the staff who is coming to the school on alternate days is also teaching classes from class VI to X on that day.

Children of non board classes are being called on alternate days in Kundanpuri government school

Both open and regular examination centers have been set up in Government Senior Secondary School, Kundanpuri. In the eight rooms of the school, the students of the board examination sit, whereas there are only twelve rooms in the school. Under compulsion, the school is also giving leave to the children of non-board classes on alternate days or on the days of examination.

Edited By: Vinay Kumar