Examination and Student safety: a big issue for parents right now, recommended by Gopalan Anish Acharya
New Delhi, 14th September 2020: This month is frantic and restless for the students as the millions of students are giving Indian’s most competitive examinations like NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) and JEE (Joint Entrance Examination) amid the coronavirus pandemic in the whole world. Students are worried about the examination, and on the other side, the parents are afraid and scared of their children going out to give an exam. In this pandemic, after seeing all the situations about COVID-19 in the world, students and parents are worried about getting infected during the traveling or examination. For the past few weeks, many students protested and campaigned against the government for this; they demanded the delay or postpone of the investigations as there are many states where the coronavirus situation is still worse. There are many states of Bihar and Assam where students cannot travel due to floods and heavy rainfall, but the Government of India and NTA (National Test Agency) who conduct these examinations in India refused their demand for rescheduling the examination.
The total active cases of Covid-19 in India are more than 3.8 million so far and also hitting the highest daily issues in recent days. This whole situation was anxious for the parents because they don’t believe that any safety measures have been implemented for the students in this examination process. However, the state government has arranged a transportation facility for those students who need it. The safety issue has become a significant concern for the parents and students as well that it even went to the supreme court, but they dismissed their petition. The government stated that “the career of millions of students cannot be put in danger for long and we cannot waste students’ whole academic year.” Millions of students appear for these exams, and there have been millions of queries from the past few months. They are confused, scared, and worried about their future.
Gopalan Anish Acharya, Founder of Medveda Educare Pvt Ltd, said to Prittle Prattle News by sharing a press release; “The safety is the prime issue for everyone today, be it students, parents, or teachers it should be for everyone. The daily cases of above 90,000 are scary for parents and students, and it’s genuine that they demand the reschedule of examination. Students are scared and have even thought of dropping this year, but they need to understand that decision taken by the government and H.R.D. Ministry of not rescheduling the exams was a wise decision at this point of time where we are running few months late for these examinations, these exams should be done in July so we cannot put the future of our country in jeopardy for such a long time. Irrespective of this situation, our lives cannot be stopped, this is the new normal situation, and every person has to believe it and has to live with it while taking all the precautions. Students should be prepared with all the concerned precautions for their safety. The NTA’s new guidelines should be kept in mind about the masks, face shields, and gloves. The focus should be more on the examination. These times are hard for everyone, and everyone has to deal with their problems. The parents should not be worried or pressure students because that will affect their mental health, which is not good for them during exams.”
Gopalan Anish Acharya, C.E.O. of Medveda Educare Pvt Ltd., is one of the leading and best educational consultants. He did a short term computer course from Burbank U.S.A. that makes him help aspirants in studying from India to abroad. He provides medical seats in countries like Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, and Kazakhstan. Mr. Anish Acharya has represented India in front of more than 250 Institutions worldwide and has also collaborated with Authorities of Seandinavian Aviation Academy and has workshops in the U.S.A. He had also worked with Tracy Smith, a Senior Avid Certified Instructor in Video Symphony, and with the International Co-coordinator of ACMT, CA. Being such a powerful personality, Mr. Anish Acharya has met world-famous characters like Vice-President of I.U.K., International Relations Officer Sally O’s Teen U.S.A., C.E.O. of ACMT U.S. A Daniel Dorim Kim, and many more.