Ruk Jana Nahi Scheme to Aid Failed Students of Class 10th and 12th

Dated: July 27, 2017 | Updated On: July 27, 2017 | By: Rajesh Kumar | |

The Madhya Pradesh govt. is implementing Ruk Jana Nahi yojana for failure students. The scheme would provide an opportunity to about 22,000 of Classes 10th and 12th students who failed in the Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education Examination March 2017 to pursue higher education.

The state govt. has given surprise for students who have not succeeded in first time under Ruk Jana Nahi Yojana. Those students will be given one more chance in the month of November and December. The process of enrolment for this scheme would be start in the first week of August. The students who pass the exam will be assisted to get admission to pursue further classes.

According to the figures released by state open schools, only 11% of Class 10 students and 43% of Class 12 students who appeared in the second attempt have been able to pass the exam.

Ruk Jana Nahi Scheme in Madhya Pradesh

About 85,000 students of both the classes had enrolled in the Madhya Pradesh State Open School (MPSOS) under “Ruk Jana Nahi” in academic exam 2017. Of these, a total of 21,938 students were passed in the exam. As per figures, nearly 4,198 students of Class 10th and 17,740 students of Class 12th succeeded in their second chance.

Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education, had launched the yojana ‘Ruk Jana Nahi’ last year. This step has been taken by the state government to curb increasing number of incidents of student suicides in the state.

Last year around 1.73 lakh students of Class 10 and 12, who failed in the MP Board of Secondary Education examinations in two or more subjects had enrolled under the scheme. After the enrollment, the failed students get another chance to write exam.

Ruk jana Nahi scheme is receiving a good feedback from parents. Students are also very happy that they got another chance to attempt the exam and save one year of their academic life.

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