Uttar Pradesh after one year of CM Adityanath Government seems he’s firmly in command. Surge in a number of morning walkers even in once crime infested towns and cities are an indication of his unending success.
The Uttar Pradesh government headed by Yogi Adityanath will complete one year on 19th March, 2018. 44-year-old CM Adityanath, considered to be controversy’s favourite child, has been making headlines ever since he took over the reins of power in India’s most populous state.
It’s indeed great that Yogi Government has ensured action against exam malpractices. He is also towards analyzing the reasons for the putrefied status of an education system in UP. Earlier in Naini, a Special Task Force arrested two teachers and the headmaster of a school for helping students cheat. The system has failed the students compelling them to Indulge in malpractices.
Over 10 lakh students did not appear for the Uttar Pradesh board examinations on the first day, as per the reports. The examinations for Class 10 and 12 began on 7th of February. Malpractices during exams have almost stopped under the fear of Yogi Administration. Now there arises a new statement from this Samajwadi Party Chief, who has raised this statement:
Everyone cheats in exams, a little bit of it is not cheating, says Akhilesh Yadav
Samajwadi Party (SP) chief and former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav has once again raked another controversy after his recent comments about cheating in examinations. Speaking in an interview to a leading TV Channel, Akhilesh Yadav in a statement said that a little bit of cheating in an examination is not called a cheating.
Akhilesh Yadav justified ‘Cheating in Exams’. That’s why the level of Education is so low in UP. People have degrees & certificates but lack knowledge therefore they’re also victim of Unemployment. No wonder, why more than 10 lakh Students skipped the Exams under Yogi’s rule.
Akhilesh Yadav justified 'Cheating in Exams'. That's why the level of Education is so low in UP. People have degrees & certificates but lack knowledge therefore they're also victim of Unemployment. No wonder, Why more than 10 lakh Students skipped the Exams under Yogi's rule.
— Anshul Saxena (@AskAnshul) March 13, 2018
Apart from saying that a little bit of cheating in the examination wouldn’t be called a cheating, the former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister also mentioned even he has done a little of cheating.
While following his comment on the topic of cheating, so far there are no reactions from rival parties or any statement from his own party but Akhilesh Yadav’s remarks on this issue may see some action between rival parties.
Further speaking on the issue, Samajwadi Party (SP) chief Akhilesh Yadav said that Cheating is there, If I say I have never cheated, and you will say maybe it wouldn’t be there, there is no one who can say that they wouldn’t have cheated. Out of all the students, I believe that there will be 10% who wouldn’t be doing cheating in exams, but a little bit of cheating, everybody does … so would you call that cheating? If one really has to stop cheating, then we need to have a different system. Akhilesh Yadav mentioned about the system which is followed in European countries.
Does Akhilesh mean students cheating in exams are no big deal? Does Akhilesh find it a cool statement to cheat in exams? Are these the words to come from a former Chief Minister? Or was he meant to be a Chief Minister? Too many questions to be answered.
According to UP CM, many students from other states also used to come and appear in board exams there. They used to bribe the pimps in the Board to get good marks. Totally stopped this year.
Though Yogi Adityanath is known more for his ‘hard-line Hindutva’ image, it is to his credit that people in Gorakhpur, especially around the temple, hold him in high esteem irrespective of whichever caste or community they belong to. Even Muslims around the temple are given “protection” by the Yogi.