A reputed Mount school in Tamilnadu falls prey for money, a sad story!

The quench of money thirst, it is surprising who is doing what, although nasty and an obnoxious deed, we see a failed application of healthy mind in a holy institutes like Mount Saint Joseph Matriculation Higher Secondary School (known as Mount School).Why it earned such a mean and horrible delight in churning money is nothing mind-boggling of the school. With no thought of good future of its students in mind the school has been cynical, sinister and despicable.

Mount Saint Joseph Matriculation Higher Secondary School (known as Mount School)bad shape, but not a mishap

A leading private matriculation school in Tiruvannamalai, a temple town in Tamil Nadu, on Monday, the Mount Saint Joseph Matriculation Higher Secondary School (known as Mount School) has involved in a scandalous and disgusting act which may be a little embarrassing or even offensive.

This district Collector Mr.Anshul Mishra with a squad formed did uncover the bad conduct of the seven government school teachers while they were in duty, as they supplied key answer bits to the students writing the mathematics just began on Monday.

The ugly turn that has happened that the district Collector Mr.Mishra has directed suspension of seven government school teachers whose onus was to conduct examination in full decorum of honesty that all the examine have to put down their knowledge, learned all through the year.

The failure of these teachers, as well age old good will established by this school is at stake and it can no way be considered a mishap or unfortunate, but a known mischief knowingly the difference between the wrong and right, that too from an alma mater, where reverence and loyalty have to be implied where from one nurtures the qualities of life, and this institution is most responsible to make the students to imbibe, and the teachers are the role models for them (students).

What is the stealthy in the story? The excellent spies formed by the collector never leaped on the students to search but found the responsible teachers having key answer bit papers in their possession. More surprisingly the findings of set flying squad reveal that one of the supervisor's "pocket there was an envelope bearing an examinee's name and her registration number with money in it", and here is one more report from the authorities, "At the school office, we found a photocopier printing the answer key. Office assistants were utilized to distribute the answer key to the halls"

The district collector Mr.Mishra, after the raid spoke to reporters and said, "We decided to conduct this surprise check following complaints of large-scale irregularities in the school. We checked the hall supervisors and the school office. We found seven supervisors possessing "bit" papers (with answers on them).

It is something disgraceful that a school great reputation and its administration have admitted they had taken 20 copies of the answer key that were prepared by them. There is also news that the administration some teachers and also "persons in the Education department were said to be involved".

The pitiable news is that, this school is under "thorough enquiry by the Revenue authorities as well as the police has been ordered"
The Chief Educational Officer (CEO) has been called in and given instructions to suspend and take departmental action against seven government school teachers found with bit papers, according to sources accessible.
This school seems to have almost lost the confidence of government authorities and said be ceased in future as an examination centre, and the current examinations for Secondary School Leaving Certificate exam will be under stringent vigilance of the Chief Educational Officer , and the school principal loses the post of examiner on duty.

State Assembly on the Mount Saint Joseph Matriculation Higher Secondary School

The matter has been brought to the attention of ongoing State Assembly on Tuesday, and Education Minister N.R. Sivapathy has expressed concern over the foul and fault of 'organised' copying in the SSLC public examination came to light on Monday at said school.

The Minister has replied to a calling attention motion in the House, and he has disclosed that seven teachers who had distributed photocopies of answers to students had been suspended and the government was considering action against the school.

According to the Minister the school was "one of the 70 examination centres in the district and as many as 763 students, 284 of the school, wrote their examination there"


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