Tamilnadu Hsc 2018 Results

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  1. leelal

    leelal Bronze IL'ite

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    Dear All,
    Today on May 16, 2018, Tamilnadu Govt has declared the Plus 2 exams Results.
    Around 8.4 Lakh students future is at stake.
    Couple of my nephews have also appeared. Its very clear that the real meritorius students scores have been tampered by the education dept/Govt preventing from them to join on MERIT seats and influencing Higher fee category seats in private colleges.
    The students of the following profile have been impacted.

    1. Students from Non-govt schools with MPCB subjects
    2. Maths score range will be around 155-170 instead of the actual performance
    3. Biology score will be around 125-150
    4. Language paper is other than TAMIL
    5. Student location is from Metro, tier II cities.

    Its so sad and pathetic to see the faces of the children and parents who have struggled for past 3 years planning in advance the school, courses, tutions and preventing them from family events like death , marriage and festivals.
    Our State has come to such a terrible situation of killing meritocracy.
     
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  2. bhagya85

    bhagya85 Silver IL'ite

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    But how did you come to conclusion that government has tampered students based on location,language etc.? If you have realistic data on what basis you say this.can you share it?
     
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    On what basis u r saying that govt tampered the data? can you explain
     
  4. leelal

    leelal Bronze IL'ite

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    We have taken data of around 60+ students from Chennai, Coimbatore and Namakkal who have studied MPCB subjects. They are studying in non govt schools. They are the top creamy students of the school and have also supplemented their coaching with excellent tutions over the past 2 years. Their first language is non-Tamil.
    Their performance in HSC Maths, Biology have been quiet excellent as each claiming 195+ in maths and 190+ in Biology. Now post results declaration, their results especially in these 2 subjects are statistically ranged as mentioned disabling them in Top Engineering institutes and also just 60% for Medicine eligibility on High payment seats. Parents are confused since results on where to seek admission and running from pillars to posts as they were sure in the Top merit category.

    The government's game of not publicing the top performers of each school and rank marks fearing suicidal thoughts also adds oil to the fire. The entire families of these children are depressed mentally and will the govt prevent the suicidal thought of these families or the childrens future career and loosing confidence in life.

    If the government has decided that comparing marks of students among pvt and govt schools and urban and rural students are creating psychological fear among under performing children, the best solution for the Government is to REMOVE RANK or TOP percentile for Professional courses and remove PUBLIC EXAM TAG. Just declare it as PAY MORE AS YOU CHOOSE PROFESSIONAL COURSES and NO MERITS any where.

    GOVERNMENT FOR MONETARY GAINS AND VOTE GAINS SHOULD NOT PLAY WITH THE YOUNGER GENERATIONS HARD EFFORT AND HOPE AND ASPIRATIONS!
    Now STUDENTS ARE QUEUD UP IN THEIR SCHOOLS TO FILE FOR ANSWER COPY SHEETS and THE NUMBERS SPEAKS TRUTH.
     
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    Sad to hear that, i dont have any personal experience/no one wrote in my nearby circle..
    So no idea..
     

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