2015 Tamil Nadu State board – 12th Standard Results (+2 results)

Tamil Nadu State Board Higher Secondary (+2 or 12th) standard results for 2015 are expected on May 07 2015 at 10:00 am.  The results can be viewed in the following links when announced. Please note the registration number and data of birth ( As per school certificate ) before clicking the links.

http://dge1.tn.nic.in/

http://www.tnresults.nic.in/

http://dge2.tn.nic.in/

http://dge3.tn.nic.in/

http://www.maalaimalar.com/schresults/ptworesult.aspx

All the best for students and parents :).

12TH STANDARD EXAM TN STATE BOARD RESULTS 2012

The most awaited Tamil Nadu State Board HSSLC (12th) standard results for 2012 will be announced on May 22, 2012.  The results can be viewed in the following links when announced and published and can check this blog for the Detailed report of the results .

http://dge1.tn.nic.in/

http://www.spiritofchennai.com/results.htm

http://results.nic.in/index.aspx

http://www.tnresults.nic.in/

http://results.sify.com/TamilNadu/HSC/index.php

http://dge2.tn.nic.in/

http://dge3.tn.nic.in/

http://www.collegesintamilnadu.com/results/HSCResults.asp

http://www.winentrance.com/results/tamil_nadu/12th_Std/

Keep visiting the blog, will update with more links and result updates. All the best for students and parents :).

We @ Blossom also waiting for the results..Since 3 of our QUEST Education Center students appeared for the 12th standard exams. all the best for QEC Stuents,..!

Dropped out for a new Beginning

TamizhSelvi ( TamizhArasi )… exactly after three years we heard this name and met this lil hope of Blossom. Yes the girl with lot of thirst in education is back to us to continue the education.  Three years back I wrote an article “Quest Ends In Blossom” about this girl. After few months of tat she was forced to discontinue ( she attained puberty , the so called turning point in a girls life ) by her aunty and uncle. Then she never turned up….we tried to convenience her aunt but nothing went positive.  She continued to work in the FireWorks office as usual. Our center head always said tat..she is still so interested in learning…but her aunt and uncle not allowing.

Just few weeks back, other two school dropout girls of the same village “S.Sornavalli” & “K.Angala Easwari” turned to our center with their parents. They wanted their kid to continue the studies and the seeked our help to make it happen. So we convinced the girls to start learning in our center from the basics.  Now both the girls are very regular to classes and they are grasping the subjects very fast &  more than we expected. Now both the girls accepted to join school in the next academic year.

The pity things are …the reason for “Agala Easwari” to drop put from school was, she was told tat she is not reading well and she was constantly discouraged in one or other way. So she decided to not to go to school. The reason for “Sornavalli” to drop out from school was, she was afraid of English. She scored decent marks in all the other subjects except in English. So she decided not to go to school when she was in 7th std., Both the girls  parents forced them lil bit to go to school and continue education… but not much.So these girls are working in the fireworks office and ears 1800/- INR per month.

Students from Khansapuram, Sivakasi

New Hopes of Blossom's QUEST

Thanks to TN govt’s policy of no fails till 9th standard. We planned to put “Angala Easwari” in 8th standard and “Sornavalli” in 9th standard. Fortunately at this time , TamizhSelvi turned up one day along with her aunty to give us a surprise. Her aunty wanted TamizhSelvi to start learning again. We are very happy to take her back and promised her aunt that we will make her join school again. ( the girl who was never been to school after her 1st standard ). The good news is she is learning very fast now and as accepted earlier the local school HM accepted to give her a certificate tat she completed 5th standard in his school. Since she doesn’t have a birth certificate or other birth proofs, we decided to reduce her age lil bit and make her join in 6th standard or 7th standard next year.

The only challenge will be convincing her aunt and uncle for sending her to school, since she earns 1500 to 1800 INR per month. If we can pay tat amount to her guardians, we can easily get permission to put her in school. We are just working out for few volunteers to support for this cause.  The next big challenge is to find few mentors to guide and encourage these girls to move on further. With great positive notes Blossom will meet the challenges and make things happen.

Really very happy to see three school drop out girls back to QUEST centers and now they got the confidence of joining back to school. We never wanted to call this as success….bcos lot to go. When they finish the 10th standard…we can say tat we have started our way to success. We at Blossom will take it as a challenge and will make it happen with the help of lot of positive souls around us. I wish , let QUEST be the right place to quench these girls quest on education ( Quality Education ).

Thanks a ton to Mr.Nagarajan ( Center Head) for his quest in educating these  kids in the village. Without him nothing would have been possible. Hats off to his hard work along with Kavitha Nagarajan to bring up these kids. Happy to take this responsibility with lots of happiness. We promise to do our best to brighten the lives of these kids in the village and make it a model village.

note:- Blossom is a Social welfare Org., and QUEST is one of the project handled by Blossom. QUEST mainly works on the Quality Education for rural children. QEC – Quest Education Centers are the place where village students were given supplementary education at no cost.

  We need Volunteers to mentor these three girls and other few students in our center. You can make it through online. Interested ppl can contact me @ “sathishsp@gmail.com” or through your comments in this post. Please click on this link http://photobucket.com/blossomvisitaug11   to see the recent snaps ( 6th Aug 11)  QEC’s  located in Khansapuram and Paparipatti near Sivakasi.

SSLC (10th) results for TN Board 2011 date and links

The most awaited Tamil Nadu State Board SSLC (10th) standard results for 2011 will be announced 27th of  May 2011 ( Friday ).

The results can be viewed in the following links when announced and published and can check this blog for the Detailed report of the results.

http://www.pallikalvi.in/
http://tnresults.nic.in/
http://dge1.tn.nic.in/
http://dge2.tn.nic.in/
http://dge3.tn.nic.in/
http://indiaresults.com/
http://www.tngdc.in/
http://results.southindia.com/

http://www.chennaivision.com/
http://www.mygaruda.com/
http://www.worldcolleges.info/
http://results.southindia.com/
http://results.dinamani.com/

Eagerly waiting for the results, since 5 of our students from QUEST Education center wrote the exams.We have worked hard with our students this time also and we are expecting two students to score more than 400 marks and one will be getting more than 450 and a district rank. Lets hope for the best. All the best for all students and parents 🙂

ps:- QUEST Edu. Center is a supplementary education classes run by NGO – Blossom. (www.blossomindia.org)

Equality in Quality …not this year….!

Today’s headlines…Tamil Nadu government cancels the “Uniform Education System” from this year. ( not sure its a complete stop or a temporary one ). There were lot of controversies when DMK implemented this two years back. But still they formed a committee with a group of experienced educationalists. They came up with a system which comprises both state board and matriculation syllabus. It was apposed by almost all the matric schools and most of the government school staffs.

The truth behind the things is…the syllabus is a good one…but its little low for Matric schools and TOOOO high for government school children ( TEACHERS). Without making any alterations in the implementation system in the government schools…the old DMK govt. implemented the system. But now the same thing is canceled by present government. I’m not sure about they did it for a good cause…or for a revenge sort of thing (cheap politics). But its time to stop this temporarily and get started with a extraordinary implementation system. Without a good implementation system…there will be lot of drop outs from the school…after 8th standard.

Lot to go…and lot to see…! Lets wish that atleast this government makes some considerable progress in Government school education. Both in terms of education and infrastructure.

Blame Game Again….!

Whom to Blame – this Game never ends. I have prepared a brief report on the Tamilnadu HSC (12th) stateboard results 2010. With little bit improvement in the overall performance when compared to last year (2009). Good to see the overall performance of corporation school students when compared to last year. For 25th consecutive year virudunagar dt., has topped the list in pass percentage with 96%.

report on 12th std exam results 2010

Good things are known to every one through visual and print media. Coming to the other side, the overall performance of government schools are not much improved. A little bit increase in pass percentage doesn’t mean a lot. Few schools recorded around only 40% as pass percentage and no school has recorded 100% . No considerable state rank from the regualr subjects, most of the top ranks are from vocational subjects like photography , Food preservation, home science, medical lab tech, lithography printing etc., This story continues every year.

In the meantime, TN super power government announced caste based offers on the cutt of marks. This makes the Engineering to be easily accessible to everyone. Already corporate companies are complaining about , more number of non qualified fresh engineers coming out every year. With lacking in analytical and communicational skills, the unemployment will be increased. Engineering is not the only degree to pursue..there are lots of other areas to excel.

Govt., has to work on root(inner level) to improve the standards on schools and to make the student competitive. Reducing the cut off marks and giving offers on that , will never help them in long term. With lots of non standard schools & Engg. colleges, we should not expect the students to be qualified. Help the students to score more marks and not by reducing the cut off marks. Education department requires a serious attention to make India a self sustained country. More money , more knowledge to be invested on the Education department.

I Dream for the day, “Top marks from govt., schools” , “DAV schools comes last in the list” , “English not a barrier for rural students”, “Money not a barrier for higher studies”, “Caste no bar for admissions”, “educational based things in the manifesto of political parties” etc.,

Dreams will come true….!

Lashings of thanks to all the NGO’s, who worked behind the scenes of most government schools for betterment of the students.Next year the results will be and should be much better will all the NGO’s and teachers support.

ps:- All the above said are just my views, the details in the report are purely prepared from the news papers, accuracy of the data are based on that. I’m not against any particular government or schools. Just an social anger..” why not govt., schools”.