2017 TN HSC results soon will be released in the official website, The Tamil Nadu Directorate of Government Examinations (DGE) is likely to announce the results for the Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) Plus two exams. The Class 12 supplementary result can be release anytime soon. Taking the searches and updates from different sections of the media, students who had appeared for the supplementary examination held for Class 12 exam can expect the result soon. Till now no official notice has been given by the state authority, As very year the results are usually released in the last week of July or the first week of August, So it is expected that the result will be out soon.
After release students can visit the official website for their results, students by logging into their personal panel and entering their roll number and other required information can easily download their respective results.
Every year thousands of students appear for the said exam and this year about 9.33 lakh students had appeared for the exams and the overall pass percentage is 92.1 per cent. The girls have registered 94.5 per cent while boys scored 89.3 per cent this year. On May 12 the annual exam was held in March, the result of which was released previously. And the candidates who did not clear the March exam were given another opportunity to save their year. The supplementary or re-appear exam was held in June. Out of 6,732 schools in the State, 1,813 had a 100 per cent pass rate.
It is claimed that the teachers and the education system that are responsible for this failure. If we compare the last 5 year result of HSC as per Prothom Alo yesterday, we get to a points where we can say that there is lack of discipline in the sector. Teachers in this year were instructed to follow the new exam system of assessment, leading to a fall in the percentage in passing students. The standard of the exams and the evaluation method is more important than the percentage of passing.
The demands for a proper system to evaluate exam papers have been demanded by the students from a very long time, but the demand had been ignored. It was all about boosting the ‘success’ rate. It is found that students in many cases with the highest GPA-5 grade can’t get admitted into university. “This time the exam papers have been evaluated properly, as the evaluation of all the exams over the past few years been wrong?” said Education minister Nurul Islam Nahid
There is another matter of question that not even 50 percent of the students of Comilla Board could pass the exam, how come 72 percent passed in the Sylhet Board? There can be no acceptable logic to this wide gap. There must be something seriously wrong somewhere. If the problem is not in the evaluation, then it is in the teaching. It has to do with education and the education system. Just as good results under bad evaluation is not desired, nor are bad results under good evaluation.
There is no use being exuberant over results at one point, and then justifying falling grades by saying the evaluation has improved.The quality of education depends on the syllabus, the curriculum, the examination method and proper evaluation. We can hope that the education ministry takes the matter seriously and adopts the necessary measures to address the problem.