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Thursday, June 30, 2005

Update on entrance exams in Tamil Nade

The Madras high-court has rejected the state govt.'s plan to scrap the CET. One of the suggestions made was the immediate announcement of any plans (of the govt.) for next year. In short, if the govt. plans to scrap the CET next year, then they should warn all concerned ASAP. The suggestion is in the right direction, but I feel there should be more time given to students, and even a year is too little time for a change of this magnitude. The govt. should chalk out an exact plan and aim to implement it over the next 5-10 years. And immediate attention should be directed at unifying the different 'boards'. These different 'boards', more than any other factor, are hindering the simplification of our educational system, and it is high-time we got rid of them (obviously, all except one;)).

I am sure there are many hurdles to what i suggest, and it seems far easier on paper than in reality. However, (although a truism) necessities cannot be avoided.


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