The Plus 2 go share was at 92.3% within the tutorial yr 2019-20 and 91.1% in 2018-19 tutorial yr.
PUBLISHED ON JUL 22, 2021 01:21 AM IST
Tamil Nadu college training division has instructed all the colleges to conduct month-to-month exams for all SSLC and Plus 2 college students, native newspaper Dinamani reported on Wednesday.
With Covid-19 confining all the training actions to on-line mode, the college training division this yr introduced the Plus 2 marks primarily based on the marks college students obtained in SSLC and Plus 1 examinations and Plus 2 sensible examinations.
Tamil Nadu authorities is but to determine on the reopening of the colleges amid the pandemic however instructed the colleges to conduct month-to-month on-line exams particularly for SSLC and Plus 2 courses.
Tamil Nadu college training minister Anbil Mahesh Poyyamozhi on Monday introduced Plus 2 outcomes and the state authorities declared 100% go for the educational yr 2020-21. The Plus 2 go share was at 92.3% within the tutorial yr 2019-20 and 91.1% in 2018-19 tutorial yr.
No scholar has scored 600 out of 600 on this tutorial yr because of the marks aggregation methodology. As many as 39,679 college students scored between 551 and 600 and as many as 2,22,522 college students scored between 451 and 500 marks.
As the courses are progressing on-line, the college training division has despatched out a round to all the colleges concerning the examinations. The division has instructed the colleges to start out getting ready the Plus 2 and SSLC college students for the ultimate examinations. “The schools should conduct monthly tests without fail. Every month end, the schools should conduct tests from the portions covered through online and television classes,” the circulation added.
The examinations might be held for 50 marks from the portion lined each month. Schools ought to begin WhatsApp teams for the scholars. The exams for SSLC and Plus 2 courses ought to be carried out by means of WhatsApp and marks obtained in every take a look at ought to be rigorously documented, the round famous.
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