Q. 43.7( 21 Votes )
Students in a school are often classified into primary and secondary or junior and senior. What is the criterion that is used? Do you think this is a useful classification? Discuss.
Students in a school are often classified into primary and secondary or junior and senior. This is the criteria which are used to easily identify the standard of a student, whether to identify the standard of a student or to know about his nature towards other students and teachers or to know the students’ knowledge. So these are the few basics on which students are classified into different categories or classes. There is no any kind of Casteism it’s just the way to know which student is senior or junior which is average, which is topper or which one is at the low level.
And yes, in my opinion this kind of classification is useful as it is not possible to classify them all on the basis of their age.
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