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ஞாயிறு, பிப்ரவரி 26, 2012

Fear of poor 10th and 12th board Exams results in Cuddalore

CUDDALORE:

     As Class X and XII board examinations near, students and teachers in the district are worried about poor results as students have been unable to prepare for it.

        According to teachers here, studies were disrupted at an important juncture by the cyclone. “Till half-yearly examination, everything was smooth. Students were well-prepared and had been retaining the tempo to take the public exams. Ironically, the cyclone negated all the improvement. Every student was affected by the cyclone. Damage caused to their houses and crops impacted their minds and it took over two weeks for them to regain their concentration,” said V Agnel, principal of St Joseph’s Higher Secondary School at Manjakuppam.


   Students were on vacation when Thane struck. Due to the damage caused to buildings, schools reopened only after Pongal. Additionally, record books of students were spoiled in the rains.

Biology group Class XII student J Jayaprakash said,

       “My house collapsed in the cyclone. My books and record notes were spoiled. My family had to shift to Cuddalore and we live in a rented a house to facilitate my studies. My father, a far­mer, is now working in a textile shop.” Jayaprakash scored 1,026 marks out of 1,200 in the half-yearly exam but in the latest exam (first revision) he scored 966.

When asked about using lamps, student Mahesh said, 

        “Without kerosene, how can I light a lamp?” “Had the cyclone not hit the district, students would have scored relatively better marks in the public exams,” opine teachers. To help students cope with the extra burden, some schools are providing extra coaching.





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