As we all know that the use of unfair means to pass in the examination is increasing day by day. They may pass their exams by this means but their knowledge is totally zero. Moreover, they don’t have a bright future.
That is why today, I am sharing an article on “Letter to the editor of newspaper criticizing unfair means in the examination”.
Formal Letter to the editor of newspaper criticizing unfair means in the examination
141, Andheri Gali,
April, 20 ……….
The Indian Express,
I shall be thankful if you kindly allow me to express my views about the growing use of unfair means in the examination these days.
The use of unfair means has assumed serious proportions and some non-serious college students who do not study throughout the year resort to unfair means to pass the examination. Some teachers also encourage students to resort to unfair means so that their students show better results. Superintendents and supervisors at the examination center also help examine by taking money. The evil of unfair means has increased this much that even question papers are leaked before the examination.
The use of unfair means can be checked by radically changing the format of the question paper. Questions should be set from the entire syllabus. Moreover, students should be kept busy for all three hours. Expected and important questions should not be set in the question papers also. Students should be debarred from appearing in the final examination if they fail to secure less than 45% marks in the house examination. Teachers, invigilators, and superintendents who help examine also must be taken to task.
So, Learners, this is all about a letter to the Editor of a newspaper for criticizing the growing use of unfair means in the examination these days