Tarn Taran, May 28
Gursewakjit Singh, a Class XII student at Government Senior Secondary School, Tarn Taran, is among 52 students of the non-medical stream who are anxiously waiting for the new dates of their three pending PSEB exams. Gursewakjit said the exams of physics, mathematics and computer are yet to be conducted.
He said, “Sometimes, waiting for the dates of the pending exams leaves us anxious. On a number of occasions, it becomes tough to concentrate on studies. But after some time, gathering all internal power, I get ready to study.”
He said under the supervision of school principal Jagwinder Singh, physics lecturer Tejinder Singh has been guiding all 52 students of the class through the online platform regularly. He said they have also made a WhatsApp group to coordinate with each other.
Gursewakjit’s brother Gursimranjit Singh, who is doing B.Sc (non medical), helps him in his studies.
Ganagdeep Singh, a Class XII student of the same school, said it is the time to think of survival as Covid-19 is a deadly disease.
Another student Jasmeet Singh said he was keeping himself upbeat as their teachers are regularly guiding them. The school principal said students, whose exams are pending, are in touch of their subject teachers and they have been preparing well.
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