This Family’s Reaction on Their Son Failing in Class 10 Will Surprise You!
Recently, the Madhya Pradesh state Board declared the results for the class 10th & 12th annual board examination. While the board failed a number of students this time, the reaction of a family from Sagar on their son failing the class 10th examination has won a million hearts.
t’s that time of the year again, when the state and central boards are declaring the results of board examinations on different dates.
Owing to the results, class 10 and class 12 students throughout the country are in an alarm.
This family celebrated the event with a lot of pomp and show. Yes, you heard it right. At a time when parents heap high expectation on the children, and make them go through all the possible trauma and stress in the name of education, we have this family which is celebrating the failure in board examination like anything!
To be more detailed, this family from the Sagar district of Madhya Pradesh had their son Ashu appearing in the class 10th board examination this year. Ashu studies at the Saraswati Shishu Mandir.
On the announcement of results on last Monday, Ashu failed in 4 out of the 6 subjects he had appeared for. Instead of getting overboard and scolding Ashu, his father Surendra Kumar decided to celebrate it in the form of a celebratory procession.
Crackers were burst in the celebration, and sweets were shared. “I did not want my son to get depressed and take a wrong step. That’s why I decided to celebrate the occasion like this.” said the boy’s father. He added that all parents should think like this and if their kids fail, they should not show anger and deal with them with love and encouragement.
Ashu has decided to sit for the reappear examinations of the board next year and clear class 10th with flying colors.
This incident has come as sigh of relief, in a sea of cases when students commit suicide or go to immense depression and trauma due to the reaction of their parents towards their results. We need to eliminate this atmosphere of fear, and help our students embrace education with a more positive attitute. This will be in the best interest of our children.