A Big Question to Lalitpur Metropolitan
In a shocking revelation, it has come to light that Lalitpur Metropolitan has committed a grave fault in the Basic Level Examination Question of English. The fault in question is not just a minor mistake, but a major blunder that has sent shockwaves across the academic community in Nepal.
The fault in question is twofold. First, the validity of the question is zero. Second, the reliability of the question paper is zero. This means that the questions asked in the paper are not valid and reliable, and hence, the entire paper is compromised.
Adding to the chaos, it has been discovered that the Lalitpur Metropolitan has allocated 100 full marks for the exam, instead of the standard 75 marks. This means that the students who have appeared for the exam have been given an unfair advantage over others.
While the fault has been brought to the attention of the authorities, the measures taken to rectify the situation have been far from satisfactory. The authorities have sent a note to correct the question, but this has done little to address the issue at hand. Instead, it has only served to lower the fault policy.
The impact of this fault on the students’ psychology has been severe. The students who have appeared for the exam are now under immense pressure as their performance in the exam has been put into question. Many students are now questioning the validity of the exam and are demanding a fair and just resolution.
To add insult to injury, it has been discovered that the questions in the paper are completely against the Specification grid. Questions No. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, and 10 are completely out of track, and have no relevance to the syllabus prescribed by the Curriculum Development Centre.
This has led to widespread outrage among the academic community, who have accused the Lalitpur Metropolitan of making serious fun of the Curriculum Development Centre. Many are now demanding a full investigation into the matter, and for those responsible for the fault to be held accountable.
The fault committed by Lalitpur Metropolitan has serious implications for the academic community in Nepal. It is a wake-up call for all those involved in the education system to ensure that such mistakes are not repeated in the future. The authorities must take swift action to address the issue and restore the faith of the students and parents in the education system.