03-16-2015, 08:07 PM
Despite pleas made for medical reasons, a student of class XII paralytic was forced to write the examination in a third floor room, school exams Swastika Motera center Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (GSHSEB ) on Thursday.
Jinal Shah, a student of class XII commerce and neighboring Sabarmati met with an unfortunate accident February 5, while she was returning home on a two-wheeled vehicle and injured his left foot made repeated requests to the staff examination duty to allow him to take the exam on the ground floor, you just fall on deaf ears. Their families had to physically lift the examination room on the third floor. "We were told that the staff review to obtain a permit from the district education officer with a medical certificate from a government hospital. As we approached the civil hospital in Sola Friday insisted that medical personnel to bring the patient to the hospital before issuing a medical certificate. Not considered medical history records, "Dinesh Shah, father of Jinal said the Indian Express.
Jinal physician, Dr. Gajjar Kuntal Jinal that accompanied the exam center said it "has had four surgeries and had to be motivated to complete their exams. But to see this lack of cooperation of the examination is staff really shocking. "