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    Discuss: Is plans by TN Govt for canceling the board exam Class 10 will reduce the burdens

    This thread is to discuss the opinion poll topic 'Is plans by TN Govt for canceling the board exam Class 10 will reduce the burdens of student community?'.
  • #1884
    TN govt is not planning to cancel 10th exams.It is the central HRD minister who declared that we are planning to cancel sslc exams to reduce burden to the students.
    It is not a good idea.There are a various systems of education.All will not follow the same .The govt will allow private schools as they wish.They will train the pupils to get ready to capture all the higher education and higher govt posts while govt school pupils with lack of interest as they will have no SSLC exams.they will get low marks in plus two and in degrees.
    Now the students from poor families are getting some jobs which need the SSLC holders.If it is cancelled they will loss these small and low earning jobs.So we could not accept and oppose the idea of Kapil Cipal

  • #1887
    I go for strongly disagree option with the forum question.

    Because of these exams only,the students are atleast trying to learn something.If only the basement is strong ,the upcoming building will be strong.If there are no exams, how can access our children intellects?
    How can we decide on their future?
    How do we know that in what field they are interested?
    When coming to private schools,we know they are always on the safer side.What ever the decision may be, it will not affect them in anyway.
    But in government schools,neither the teacher nor the student will take the studies seriously.
    The teachers will be lethargic and wont be interested as they dont have to give the report to the higher authority.
    Also the students, will not have interest to learn as they are no exams and they take studies as an option only not a must thing

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