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‘Thrown out’ for failing in plus-1 to write plus-2 in their schools

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published Jan 9, 2019, 5:53 am IST
Updated Jan 9, 2019, 5:53 am IST
Citing the difficulties in conducting the practical exams for these candidates.
While comparing the details, the DGE has found that both govt and pvt schools have issued transfer certificates to 28,167 students for failing the plus-1 board exams and in some cases, students with just pass marks were also sent out. (Representational Image)
 While comparing the details, the DGE has found that both govt and pvt schools have issued transfer certificates to 28,167 students for failing the plus-1 board exams and in some cases, students with just pass marks were also sent out. (Representational Image)

Chennai: In an extraordinary move, the Directorate of Government Examinations has urged the students forced out of the schools for failing in plus-1 board exam to approach their schools to write plus-2 as regular candidates.

While comparing the details, the DGE has found that both govt and pvt schools have issued transfer certificates to 28,167 students for failing the plus-1 board exams and in some cases, students with just pass marks were also sent out.

 

Citing the difficulties in conducting the practical exams for these candidates, the directorate instructed schools to include all these students as regular candidates and allow them to write both plus-2 and plus-1 arrears.

In a press release on Tuesday, D.Vasundaradevi, director of government exams, urged the students to approach their schools with transfer certificates before January 11 to appear for plus-2 exams as regular candidates. 

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