I think 2nd argument is correct. A new born baby we can say a complete white paper. What we write on them that is the future of them. So parents and school teachers have to take the responsibility for the students to familiar with the annual exam. Because there is no filter in small children so they absorb things very quickly.
If they don't give annual exam for 5 years and suddenly in 6th standard they give annual exam that takes more pressure to them. So the school authorities have to apply less percentage pass marks and checking the copies lightly and ensure that all students pass their standards so that they are acquainted with the exam which helps them in future.
Pranav maddineni said:
1 decade ago
I think annual exams upto 5th must be conducted. Then they will get adusted for reading such an enormous syllabus at a time in the future. In our state andhra pradesh the students are the most hard working students in our country. The no of intelligent people may be less but no. Of hard working people are more. For an example see the IIT rank every year. Majority of the top ranking students are from andhra pradesh. The reason is the student will be polished from the eaarlier classes itself.
9 years ago
As long as the arguments concerned, facts presented in arguments are important to determine weather the argument is strong or weak. If the exam requires mugging syllabus, it is surely burdensome for students and should be abolished.
For the second argument; students are not supposed to be serious at this age. Instead of showing fear of exam, innovative learning modules should be arranged to make students learn. I don't think argument B is strong.
1 decade ago
I don't think they should be abolished. They can be made optional and may not be the basis of promoting a child to the next level. But again when I was in std 5 I dint find the exam overburdening. Its the fault of the parents that they send their children for tuition at such a tender age. They should take care of their studies themselves and allow their kids to take it easy by not forcing them.
10 years ago
I do not think they must be abolished but at the same time the annual examinations must not only be the criteria for promoting the students to next class. A fine balance must be maintained between the studies and extracurricular activities so that they can experience the best of the both worlds and their performance in both academic and non academic must be taken into account to promote them.
Naresh kumar meena said:
8 years ago
Well but I found option B is not suitable because till class V no student able to understand importance of education.
So where seriousness is count infect instead of this option should B like that: No because it will make there basic of primary education and they will suffer in future. This will be more appropriate.
4 years ago
There should be examinations (may be a mix of oral and written) at least from class-1 because at that stage of life, the child would get into the habit of studying.
After Class-5, it will be very difficult for the child to adjust with examination curriculum and many of the students may lag behind.
Faraz Arif said:
7 years ago
I don't believe that Statement 1 follows since it is fairly vague in stating that natural growth will be hampered (which is unjustified and clearly did not hamper our natural growth when we were younger). Statement 2 is still strong as it justifies itself by giving a good reason.
Shubham soni said:
8 years ago
Exams should conduct but children should not be burdened with excessive study. In their tender age parents should not expect them too much. They must devote time to find their own interest and to make career in their selective interest.
8 years ago
I find argument 1 quite vague. What exactly is meant by natural growth? Doesn't a lack of competition itself hampers growth and development in general?
Due to lack of better argument for the statement, I find option B more suitable.