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பொதுத்தேர்வு வினாத்தாளில் புதிய மாற்றங்கள் அறிமுகம் | பிளஸ் 2 மற்றும், 10ம் வகுப்பு பொதுத்தேர்வு வினாத்தாளில், புரிந்து விடை எழுதுதல், சிந்தனைத் திறன் மற்றும் படித்ததை பயன்படுத்துதல் என, மூன்று வகையான கேள்விகள் இடம்பெறும் என தகவல்கள் வெளியாகி உள்ளன.

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    1. Intha mudivai quarterlyku munnadiyae edhuthu irukallam sir

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    2. Vanthu padichi p arunga yanga kastam therium

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  2. Will they implement this change in half yearly

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  3. Any changes should inform at the beginning itself.
    How will the students manage now?

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  4. Why you are taking this decision in the middle of the year how the students know about this changes.students mentally prepared in old pattern it is not fair to implement in the middle of the year.hence all the parents should oppose this steps. last minitues decision

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  5. please don't confuse the students. this is a very good decision. but definitely this is not the right time. this may be implemented in the new syllabus and scheme.

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  6. Very Good decision.....
    But itz not a Correct tym.....and its also not a correct syllabus

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  7. Good decision but this is not correct time

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  8. This exam reform had been already introduced in last academic year itself.This new pattern of questions were introduced in March 2015 +2 public examination itself.It was recommended by g.balasubramaniam committee on school examination reforms ,constituted in 2014 and accepted by school education & government examination departments.that was the cause for decreased centums in physics,chemistry and biology in 2015.

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  9. No More Textbook Questions in Board Exams
    By Ram M Sundaram Published: 22nd November 2014 05:59 AM Last Updated: 22nd November 2014 05:59 AM

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    COIMBATORE : Soon questions that appear in the standard X and XII State Board textbooks may not figure in the Tamil Nadu public examinations.
    In a bid to eliminate the much-criticised rote learning, the Tamil Nadu Public Examination Reforms Committee (TNPERC) is learnt to have recommended that questions from textbooks must not be asked in board examinations.
    According to sources in the School Education Department the TNPERC, which was constituted last year under the chairmanship of former Central Board of Secondary Education Academic Director Balasubramaniam, has submitted a 100-page draft report suggesting changes in the board examinations for class X and XII students.
    The committee had held discussions with top officials including School Education Director Ramaeshwara Murugan,
    Elementary Education Director Illangovan, Director of Matriculation Schools Pitchai and State Project Director of Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan Pooja Kulkarni. It submitted its draft report last month.
    “A key recommendation made by the Balasubramaniam committee is to avoid asking questions from textbooks in examination. Stakeholders had told the committee that asking the same questions encourage students to go for rote learning methods,” a senior official said. The committee in its report has suggested that questions in public examinations must be framed based on the syllabus so as to test the learning skills of students.
    “Currently Education Department officials are making corrections to the draft report. Once the final corrections are completed, a presentation would be made before the Chief Minister and School Education Minister,” the official added.Educationists, commenting independently, suggested that in addition to implementing this recommendation, the Education Department must also consider not to repeat questions from past board examinations. This is required as many students prepare for the examination merely by mugging up the answers to questions asked in the board examinations in the previous five years.
    “For example, questions like ‘What is the capital of India’ can be replaced with ‘What is the importance of New Delhi’, so that the students would understand the application part and answer accordingly,” said an academician.

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  10. The above reference was published in New Indian express in 2014 .

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