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    These Tamil and Dravidian hegemonists are now looking at an opportunity to convert the current anti NEETagitation of the scale of anti Hindi agitation of the 60's...Anita's suicide provided the spark for the upheaval...The protests are coalescing on a big scale!!
    Read the brain behind the spiraling agitation!!
    Secessionist groups hijack anti-NEET movement in TN

    The same secessionist elements that stirred up the Jallikattu agitation have hijacked the anti-NEET agitation

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    September 5, 2017



    https://www.pgurus.com/secessionist-...ovement-in-tn/
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    This is the reality well described in the article in OP.

    ''What went unnoticed and un discussed in this controversy was the fact that the Dravidian chauvinists have been

    denying the same rural students in the State the option of quality education. Tamil Nadu is the only State in the

    Union which does not have a single Navodaya Vidyalaya, a concept launched by the Union Human Resources

    Development ministry in 1985 to provide public school education free of cost to rural children all over the country.

    There are nearly 600 Navodaya Vidyalayas in India (except in Tamil Nadu). Each district in the country has one

    Navodaya Vidyalaya in which 75 per cent of the seats is exclusively reserved for students from rural areas. Students

    are selected to the sixth standard based on a written test. The medium of instruction in classes 6 to 8 is in regional

    language
    . In classes 9 and 10, the medium of instruction is in the regional language and in English. In 11th and

    12th standards, English is compulsory. While all States in the Union (Including the red citadel Kerala) welcomed the

    Navodaya Vidyalaya concept with open arms, Tamil Nadu said a big no to this innovative mission. The reason? “The

    Navodaya Vidyalaya is an attempt by the Centre to impose Hindi and Sanskrit on Tamil Nadu. These two languages are

    not welcome in Tamil Nadu,” the government pleader stated in Madras High Court recently when the Court hearing a

    petition on Navodaya Vidyalaya asked the State government why there were no such schools in the State. This means

    that there is an undeclared ban on Hindi and Sanskrit in Tamil Nadu. Moreover, the managements of private schools in

    Tamil Nadu do not want Navodaya Vidyalayas in the State because such schools would put an end to their swindling the

    hapless parents!''
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    The standard of education is lowered; very many 100% marks are showered on students; memorizing and writing exams is the

    order of the day; no logical thinking is taught to the students; getting marks has been the ONLY aim of education!

    Failures are NOT taken in the right spirit! Parents should play a big role in development of their children's brave character.

    The cowardly act by a teenager is blown up out of proportion and meaningless arguments are flashed in the media! Very sad!

    One doctor lecturer of a deemed university in Pondy confided in me that the students who have entered the institution, by paying

    a huge amount of capitation fee, are worried ONLY about what they eat and how much facility their hostel rooms have! No one is

    really wishing to learn medicine and serve the community!
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    How can one expect the standard of education in the State to improve with brilliant Education Ministers

    The Academic Excellence of these Ministers are inexplicable...

    They may be holders of number of Doctorates, Medals, Commendation Certificates and each one may be a gem in the field of Education and in fact may be erudite personalities...

    With such great personalities as Education Ministers why the State lack in its merits...??

    We always play blame game.

    Here is a section which sell their votes for petty cash value.

    And with this minority margin, parties come to power

    And such parties pay attention only on swindling and looting the public

    We had a Chief Minister who was convicted for accumulating wealth more than the known sources of income.

    We don't change but we expect change....lol
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    Here is a sample case:

    From '6th class fail' to BA in two years, TN minister's qualifications raise eyebrows


    Mukkur N Subramanian has been forced to correct his educational profile on the government website after a furore by AIADMK colleagues.


    Tamil Nadu's Information Technology Minister, Mukkur N Subramanian, has been forced to correct his educational profile on the government website after a furore created by his detractors in the ruling AIADMK.

    Though having passed only Class V, Subramanian claimed that he had a BA degree, which was put up on the state government's website. In fact, the minister had enrolled for a BA programme from an open university that does not need one to pass 10+2 for a graduate degree.

    Interestingly, Subramanian's case comes close on the heels of the Puducherry education minister facing a criminal case for allegedly engaging a proxy to write the class 10 Board examination.

    Read more at: http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/t.../1/198276.html


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    The following article explains the standard of the education of Tamil Nadu vividly

    With such standard, if our students appear for All India Entrance Examination, how fair will they score..?

    The Decline And Fall of Education in Tamil Nadu

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    Today I came across this news item on page 4 of The New Indian Express(Coimbatore edition):

    This, I am afraid, is the state of education in Tamil Nadu today. These small islands of excellence that exist in the Nilgiris, and maybe, in a few more places, are doomed towards extinction if no corrective measures are undertaken immediately. The greatest classical civilization of the subcontinent, that has existed for thousands of years and has survived through the dark ages of colonial rule with its rich heritage largely intact, is today facing a cultural and social impasse that has been brought upon it by its own people.

    The Dravidian politics that have submerged the Tamil land for close to fifty years has now morphed into, what one may call the Talibanization of Tamil Nadu
    . With the deaths of Annadurai and MGR, political power has passed into the hands of the Karunanidhi family on the one hand and Jayalalitha on the other. Both the parties that they lead have left democratic norms far behind, and while the DMK is now a family enterprise, its rival, the AIADMK is a sole proprietorship of Amma. The Congress has long been consigned to the fringes and with its present comatose situation in the center; it is almost as good as dead in the state. Both the Dravidian parties have used their times in office to amass personal fortunes that would have been the envy of a Croesus.

    In the singular pursuit of wealth, the governments of the state of Tamil Nadu have survived on bribing the voters with freebies and through the patronage of the rent-seeking classes. Tamil Nadu is perhaps the most corrupt state in the nation, and judging by what the principal of the school told me two days ago, it will soon be overtaken by Bihar and UP in the field of education.

    The tragedy of Tamil Nadu is that apart from the DMK and the AIADMK there is no other political party that has the financial and manpower muscle to vie for a significant portion of the electoral pie. These two parties have alternatively ruled the state and brought it to its current sordid pass.
    The bigger tragedy is that with Jayalalitha convicted for corruption and disbarred from office, the state has effectively no CM, and therefore, no government. With the AIADMK enjoying absolute majority in the assembly there is no likelihood of a change in regime until the next elections.

    Read more at: http://indiaopines.com/education-tamil-nadu/
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