“The real goal of education is to provide intelligence and virtue,” said Martin Luther King, Jr. But does our education system have such a goal? The flow for marks starting in school continues in college as well. We understand that score alone is the true measure of one’s academic ability.
That is why any score below 90% becomes worthless to us. Is education the only large sum that can be included in a score certificate?
10th class certificate of Gujarat IAS officer is going viral to prove no.
Avanish Charan, an IAS officer, also shared a photo of his friend and Farooq district governor Tushar Sumera with his 10th class mark certificate on Twitter.
For those who are a little tired of the stereo-typed shopping malls, here are some of the ones I found to be interesting:
There are 100 games, 35 games, 36 games and 38 games. Please try again in a few minutes. pic.twitter.com/uzjKtcU02I
– Awanish Sharan (AwanishSharan) June 11, 2022
Under the photos, he wrote, “Baruch ruler Tushar Sumera bought only 35 in 10th grade, 36 in English, 36 in math, and 38 in science. Not only in his village, but also at school, Tushar Sumera was considered worthless. But Tushar Sumera is now the district attorney.”
Lots of inspiring feedback has also been shared under that score certificate. One of them wrote, “Your score is not always your assessment. Whatever the score, you can determine the future.”
Tamil Nadu students are waiting for the Plus 2 result next week. In this context this viral certification and its feedback can definitely inspire them.