Board Results – Effects & Side Effects
CBSE Board results 2016 are out for 12th standard and 10th standard is waiting. Overall passing percentage for 12th class is 83.5% approximately. It’s improved by 1.5% compared to 2015. Also, girls completely out-shone the boys this time (as usual), 88.60% girls passed whereas only 78% boys cleared the hurdles to college.
Predictions for 10th standard’s results are that around 99.05% students will clear the exams. The reason behind this is continuous improvement over the past years in results. Results are expected on May 30, 2016.
Result Day – Result day is one of the most threatening in a student’s life. I think at least the 22% percent boys and 11% girls (who could not clear the examinations) will agree with me. It must have been hard to face. But what’s done is done. Looking back much has seldom taken anyone forward. So let it go, there’ll be an another chance, so nail it and with a bigger hammer this time.
Also, hearty congratulations to all the students who are moving up the ladder and going to the college.
Facing the Failing- It’s easier said than done, but both parents and students need to face it. It’s feels bad, but it’s not the last chance to prove yourself. There’s no point of ‘blame game’ as well, it will be of no good. Parents should support their child in this difficult time instead of punishing or scolding them. But it’s also important for the students to realize how serious is life ahead and it’s high time to step into the world.
Let it go – There will be many who didn’t score well or as well as they expected, but neither you nor the sadness can change it. Those who were not able to clear the exams and those who scored less than expected, you must ‘let it go’. It’s hard to do but it’ll be better if you focus on your next step instead of holding the sadness and all the negative feelings.
Thomas A. Edison said, “Tomorrow is my exam, but I don’t care, because a single sheet of paper can’t decide my future”, and it’s true. It really doesn’t matter how much everyone says that it’s fine, you can do it next time, ‘sab theek ho jayega’, unless you believe that you can make a change and do something better, something you want to do, something you like.
Planning – College, College, College, that’s what’s going in everyone’s mind. College life is really an adventure. Make sure you make most out of it. But, be careful while choosing you career path, it’s 21st century and there are a plenty of choices , you can afford to be picky. Lot’s of new courses, new career paths, new ways to explore. All you need to do is, ‘know what you really want’.
You can be a scientist, who will invent, or be a historian and explain why Akbar loved India.
Be a cricketer and beat the God’s record or be the next hockey sensation of the nation.
Be a designer, be an architect, be a musician, be a dancer, be a painter or be a thinker. But make sure that you write your name in the history by touching people’s lives, and doing good.
But, of course where there are choices, there is confusion. ‘No, you can’t be confused right now, think, think, think !!!!’ Actually it’s good to be confused sometimes, it shows that either you want to do a lot or you don’t know what to do. Anyway, you can plan. Here’s simple outline –
- Write down your hobbies/Interests/things that fascinates you.
- Choose the best one.
- Search all the career paths, for e.g., if you like gaming, then you can be game tester, game developer, game designer, etc.
- Search for the institutions.
“Love what you do, do what you love”
Choosing the field of your interest will not only help you to achieve more but also to help the community. It may sound ridiculous, but DO NOT COMPROMISE your choice in this regard. Do what you really, really want to do.
Second Chance – Those who were not fortunate enough to clear the exams, still have compartment exams left, those who think that they can score high can also reappear. Don’t miss this chance, give your 100%.
If you need any help with career suggestion, stay with us or comment down below. We’ll be releasing an article very soon about upcoming professions of 21st Century.
Author – Shivam Singhhttp://www.blog.schoolgully.com/teenagers/board-results-side-effects/https://i2.wp.com/www.blog.schoolgully.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/pic1.png?fit=827%2C781https://i2.wp.com/www.blog.schoolgully.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/pic1.png?resize=150%2C150EducationTeenagersBoard Results,ExamsCBSE Board results 2016 are out for 12th standard and 10th standard is waiting. Overall passing percentage for 12th class is 83.5% approximately. It’s improved by 1.5% compared to 2015. Also, girls completely out-shone the boys this time (as usual), 88.60% girls passed whereas only 78% boys cleared the...admin [email protected]AdministratorSchoolgully