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‘Want option to drop and opt subjects’

DNMUM418068 | 7/13/2018 | Author : Kranti Vibhute | WC :273 | Education & Careers



Several students and their parents are upset that despite the state board giving an option to drop one subject and opt for another one during junior college admissions across the streams, but not every college is providing this option to the students. Many college officials opined that giving such options only add to the workload of teachers.
For example, a student from the Science stream can drop Math subject and opt for Geography during FYJC. Some colleges feel it is a task as it needs approval from the state board to offer such combinations and teachers need to be appointed for the same.
A vice-principal from a renowned college in the western suburbs said that their college does not offer the option to drop a subject. “Teacher
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