ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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SIKKIM-Postponed Identity Crisis

the students who are participating in the boycott movement, it is not so much a revolt against the school system and its class character, but an easy passport to promotion. Otherwise, why should the movement subside in a school as soon as the authorities decide not to hold examinations even though they continue holding classes as before with the same class-oriented courses. Not only those with poor chances of passing examinations but also others who can now avoid the strain and anxiety associated with examinations, have rallied behind this 'revolutionary' slogan. Even many guardians have adopted a lukewarm attitude towards this issue since after all it is the promotion of their children which matters to them in the end.

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