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2012: TN 12th Exam Time Table announced

Higher Secondary Examination - March 2012 - Time Table

Tamil Nadu 12th Exam Time Table 2012, Schedule of HSC (+2) Exams March 2012

The news from official source Tamil Nadu Higher Secondary Examination for the year 2011-2012 start at 8th March 2012. Tamil Nadu Higher Secondary Education Board announced the plus 2 examination starting date its 8-03-2012. The complete schedule of 12th Examination time table has been announced today.

+2 Students had been waiting to check their state board examination dates in Tamil Nadu. Some days back Government of Tamil Nadu Directorate of Government Examination announced that HSC 2011-12 year examination will start in March 2012. 

Last year Tamil Nadu HSC 2010-11 examination was conducted form 2nd March 2011 to 25th March 2011. You can find the latest time table for Tamilnady (TN) State Board and Matriculation examinations.

Tamil Nadu Plus two examinations held on next year march 2012. There are 7 lakhs and 75 thousands students appeared for +2 examinations in 2010-11 year in 1850 examination centers.

Tamil Nadu Plus two HSC time table 2011-12 year:

8th-March-2012 (Thursday) - Tamil 1st Paper

9th-March-2012 (Friday) - Tamil 2nd Paper

12th-March-2012 (Monday) - English 1st Paper

13th-March-2012 (Tuesday) - English 2nd Paper

16th-March-2012 (Friday) - Physics, Pshychology, Economics
 
19th-March-2012 (Monday) - Mathematics, Micro Biology, Botany,Neutrician & Diets

20th-March-2012 (Tuesday) - Commerce, Department subject, Home Science, Geography

22nd-March-2012 (Thursday)- Chemistry, Accountancy, Typewriter

26st-March-2012 (Monday)- Zoology, History, Basic Science, Business Maths, Biology

28rd-March-2012 (Wednesday) - Commuicative English, Indian Culture, Computer Science, Bio Chemistry , Special Language

30th-March-2012 (Friday)- Political Science, Statistics and Nursing (General)

For downloading the Time Table from the Official Website at: http://www.tn.gov.in

TN 12th Exam Time Table 2012 announced

Higher Secondary Examination - March 2012 - Time Table

Tamil Nadu 12th Exam Time Table 2012, Schedule of HSC (+2) Exams March 2012

The news from official source Tamil Nadu Higher Secondary Examination for the year 2011-2012 start at 8th March 2012. Tamil Nadu Higher Secondary Education Board announced the plus 2 examination starting date its 8-03-2012. The complete schedule of 12th Examination time table has been announced today.

+2 Students had been waiting to check their state board examination dates in Tamil Nadu. Some days back Government of Tamil Nadu Directorate of Government Examination announced that HSC 2011-12 year examination will start in March 2012. 

Last year Tamil Nadu HSC 2010-11 examination was conducted form 2nd March 2011 to 25th March 2011. You can find the latest time table for Tamilnady (TN) State Board and Matriculation examinations.

Tamil Nadu Plus two examinations held on next year march 2012. There are 7 lakhs and 75 thousands students appeared for +2 examinations in 2010-11 year in 1850 examination centers.

Tamil Nadu Plus two HSC time table 2011-12 year:

8th-March-2012 (Thursday) - Tamil 1st Paper

9th-March-2012 (Friday) - Tamil 2nd Paper

12th-March-2012 (Monday) - English 1st Paper

13th-March-2012 (Tuesday) - English 2nd Paper

16th-March-2012 (Friday) - Physics, Pshychology, Economics
 
19th-March-2012 (Monday) - Mathematics, Micro Biology, Botany,Neutrician & Diets

20th-March-2012 (Tuesday) - Commerce, Department subject, Home Science, Geography

22nd-March-2012 (Thursday)- Chemistry, Accountancy, Typewriter

26st-March-2012 (Monday)- Zoology, History, Basic Science, Business Maths, Biology

28rd-March-2012 (Wednesday) - Commuicative English, Indian Culture, Computer Science, Bio Chemistry , Special Language

30th-March-2012 (Friday)- Political Science, Statistics and Nursing (General)

For downloading the Time Table from the Official Website at: http://www.tn.gov.in

Tuesday, 13 December 2011

TN: Trimester system in Schools from next academic year

Trimester system in Tamil Nadu schools from next academic year

PTI

CHENNAI, December 13, 2011

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa had earlier announced that the trimester pattern would reduce the

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa had earlier announced that the trimester pattern would reduce the "physical strain" on students. File photo

In a bid to bring relief to school children from carrying an overload of books, Tamil Nadu government will introduce trimester system in schools for classes I-VIII from the next academic year, 2012-13.

"As per the existing system, students are forced to carry books which have portions meant for the whole year. Children are literally burdened with books. The enrichment of knowledge along with syllabus revision have resulted in increased volume and size of the books and the physical strain the children undergo," a School Education department release said Tuesday.

In a Government Order dated December 9, the department said a solution for the problem was to introduce trimester pattern, as announced by Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa in August in the Tamil Nadu Assembly.

According to the proposed system, the academic year would be divided into three terms between June and April and existing books suitably divided into three parts.

"The rationale for introducing the trimester system is to create a school where teaching and learning is valued with an emphasis on learning outcomes demonstrated in students' performance. A well-designed curriculum through thinner books along with creative instructional practices will form the key to success," the GO said.

A trimester pattern would allow for more interactive and collaborative experiences and included provisions for immediate feedback and helping those students that lagged catch up with others, it said.

"Large time and the smallness of the term books motivate students to work together in a sportive and friendly manner avoiding cut-throat sense of unhealthy competition among peers... Balancing the core classes over three terms allows for less stress on students," it said.

The teachers, for their part, need not rush to cover lessons, the GO said, adding the "trimester system coupled with comprehensive and continuous evaluation method will certainly mark a qualitative leap as far as the education of children is concerned." Ms. Jayalalithaa had announced that the trimester pattern would reduce the "physical strain" on students.

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Thursday, 1 December 2011

Teachers thank CM for notifying RTE Act

Teachers thank CM for notifying RTE Act

STAFF REPORTER

TIRUCHI, December 1, 2011

Step paves way for providing quality and compulsory education to all children of school-going age

The Tamil Nadu Elementary School Teachers' Federation (TNESTF) has thanked Chief Minister Jayalalithaa for notifying enforcement of the Right to Education Act, thereby paving way for providing quality and compulsory education for all children of school-going age.

Federation General Secretary N. Rengarajan and president K.Kamaraj expressed happiness over the State being in the forefront to implement the Act for educational development. They wanted the State government to issue appropriate government orders to safeguard the rights of children.

The Federation, they recalled had conducted a massive demonstration involving participation of about two lakh teachers during February 2007 demanding implementation of RTE Act, and extracted commitment from the Centre for setting right discrepancies and introducing it at the earliest.

FIVE YEARS TIME

Owing to the efforts of the association, the amendment was incorporated into the Act in 2009, and since then, the Centre has been prevailing upon all State governments to implement the Act. Though the impact should be created in five years time, many States have not responded positively.

Notification of RTE in Tamil Nadu would accord a thrust to enrolment of children at primary level, retaining them, preventing them from dropping out, besides expanding scope for teacher appointment, maintenance of teacher-student ratio, infrastructure development of school, creating the right hygiene facilities for girls, construction of compound wall, and bringing in stipulations for private schools.

The Act also specifies salary of teachers in private schools on par with their central government counterparts. The Act specifies that children should not be affected mentally or physically.

TNESTF

The TNESTF has also welcomed the constitution of school management committees with adequate representation for public and parents. The new committees, according to the Federation, will help in streamlining the huge revenues of private schools in the interests of teachers who hitherto used to receive meagre salaries.

The Federation also felt that there was no need for the government to reimburse tuition fee for the 25 per cent of students the private schools are expected to admit from poor socio-economic background.

The Act ensures that only qualified candidates must be appointed for posts of teachers and that unqualified teachers will have to complete B.Ed within five years, the Federation pointed out, and stressed on deserving salaries for teachers and not pressurising them to carry out other tasks.

Meanwhile, the All India Primary Teachers' Federation (AIPTF) has emphasised that students enrolment should not be missed for want of birth certificate.

Provisions in the Act to prevent commercialisation of education should be implemented, making use of the legal mechanisms.

S. Eswaran, AIPTF General Secretary said.

Mr. Eswaran, who is also the General Secretary of SAARC Teachers' Federation and Vice-President of Education International thanked and appreciated the Chief Minister for notifying RTE Act.

Courtesy_

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