பிஜேபி/ RSS ஆதரவாளர், டிவி புகழ் "ராம சுப்பு" அவர்கள் நீட் தேர்வின் தீமைகள், பணமதிப்பிழப்பு தோல்விகள் பற்றி விவரிக்கிறார்..நீட் ஒரு 1000 கோடி பிசினஸ்.. பணமதிப்பிழப்பினால் சிறு/குறு தொழில்கள், விவசாயம் எப்படி ஒழிந்தது.. என்று "ராம சுப்பு" அவர்கள் விவரிக்கிறார்👌.8 நிமிட வீடியோ தான்.. கண்டிப்பாக பார்த்துவிட்டு ஷேர் பண்ணவும்.. பக்தாஸ் கிட்ட கண்டிப்பாக போட்டுக்காட்ட வேண்டிய வீடியோ☺.

Gepostet von Swathi K am Sonntag, 10. Juni 2018

Interview by Mr Ramasubramanium

பிஜேபி/ RSS ஆதரவாளர், டிவி புகழ் "ராம சுப்பு" அவர்கள் நீட் தேர்வின் தீமைகள், பணமதிப்பிழப்பு தோல்விகள் பற்றி விவரிக்கிறார்..நீட் ஒரு 1000 கோடி பிசினஸ்.. பணமதிப்பிழப்பினால் சிறு/குறு தொழில்கள், விவசாயம் எப்படி ஒழிந்தது.. என்று "ராம சுப்பு" அவர்கள் விவரிக்கிறார்?.8 நிமிட வீடியோ தான்.. கண்டிப்பாக பார்த்துவிட்டு ஷேர் பண்ணவும்.. பக்தாஸ் கிட்ட கண்டிப்பாக போட்டுக்காட்ட வேண்டிய வீடியோ☺.

Gepostet von Swathi K am Sonntag, 10. Juni 2018

Girl found dead after failing NEET 2018

Girl found dead after failing NEET 2018

A 17-year-old girl who was found dead at her home in Tamil Nadu’s Villupuram district on Monday is suspected to have killed herself by consuming poison after she failed in NEET 2018, the nationwide examination to select students for undergraduate medical and dental courses.

S Prathiba was a resident of Peruvallur village in Gingee taluk. V Murugesan, a neighbour, said Prathiba had cleared the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) last year and qualified for studying traditional medicine Siddha . “She declined that and appeared for NEET again for the second time this year as she was firm in her dream to be a MBBS doctor,” said Murugesan.

Prathiba’s father Shanmugotam is a farmer and her mother Amutha is a farm worker. After Prathiba got 495 marks out of 500 in Tamil Nadu’s junior school exam, her father admitted her in a private school for her Class 12 education so that she had a better chance in pursuing of her dream of being a doctor.

Neighbours said Prathiba looked upset after NEET results were declared Monday and her parents advised her not to worry. Prathiba collapsed Monday night after consuming rat poison kept in her home, said the police. Her family took her to the Tiruvannamalai Government Hospital where doctors declared her as brought dead at around 12 am.

Last year, S Anitha killed herself in Ariyalur after she failed in NEET though she had secured 1175 marks in her class XII board examination. Anitha had a filed a petition before the Supreme Court against NEET and her death sparked protests across Tamil Nadu.

Tamil Nadu opposes NEET, saying it puts students from the state at a disadvantage and is against the federal structure of India.

Hyderabad girl jumps to death after failing to qualify in NEET

Hyderabad girl jumps to death after failing to qualify in NEET

A 17-year old girl committed suicide by jumping off a high rise building in Hyderabad on Tuesday morning after reportedly failing to qualify in NEET (National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test) whose results were declared on Monday.

According to the police, Jasleen Kaur Saluja of Barkatpura area in Kacheguda, reached Mayuri Kushal Towers in the busy Abids Centre at around 10am, parked her two-wheeler in the parking lot and straightaway walked upstairs to the terrace of the 10-storeyed building.

She jumped off the building, even as onlookers were screamed at her against doing so.

Her father Ranveer Singh, a businessman in the city, told the police that his elder daughter Jasleen was depressed ever since the NEET results were out.

“She did not talk to anybody even this morning. She left home with a gloomy face and as usual, we thought she went out to meet her friends,” he said.

Abids police sub-police inspector K Lakshmaiah said the CCTV footage showed the girl taking the stairs around 10am. “Some of the people standing on the ground floor saw the girl getting ready to jump and shouted to her against doing so. But, she did not listen,” he said.

The police official said the parents did not fault her for not qualifying in the eligibility test, but she was upset. She left home saying she was going to meet a friend.

It took nearly two hours for the police to establish Jasleen’s identity because she wasn’t carrying any identification papers of cards. Police found the key of her two-wheeler on the terrace and succeeded in tracing her vehicle which eventually helped in finding out her identity and address.

The police are investigating the case.

Over 1,000 students from Tamil Nadu to travel to other states for NEET exam

Over 1,000 students from Tamil Nadu to travel to other states for NEET exam

The Madras High Court had told the CBSE to set up additional exam centres to accommodate all students, but the Supreme Court stayed the order.

The Supreme Court’s stay on the Madras High Court’s directive to the Central Board of Secondary Education to set up additional exam centres in Tamil Nadu for the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test has caused outrage the state. More than 1,000 students from Tamil Nadu will be writing the test in centres in Kerala, Karnataka and Rajasthan on Sunday.

After the CBSE allocated students from Tamil Nadu exam centres in Kerala, Karnataka and Rajasthan, a petition was filed in the Madras High Court challenging the decision. The court on April 27 directed the board to set up additional exam centres in the state to accommodate all students from Tamil Nadu. The CBSE went to the Supreme Court just a few days before the exam, and the top court stayed the order.

“Last year 82,000 candidates appeared for NEET from Tamil Nadu itself,” Sanyam Bharadwaj, NEET Director, New Delhi, told The News Minute. “We were able to accommodate all of them within the state. However, this year the number of candidates has risen by 31%.” He said that the number of centres in Tamil Nadu was increased by 25% and that they were asked to accommodate students to their full capacity, after which around 1,10,000 students can be accommodated within the state. The rest, “maybe about 1,000 or 1,500”, will take the test at “the nearest available centres in neighbouring cities”.

Bharadwaj further said that students who have opted to write the test in Tamil have been allotted centres in Tamil Nadu. “Students with centres outside of TN will be given question papers in English, which is what they opted for. Those who are appearing in Delhi or far away cities to write the exam have only been allotted these centres out of their choice.”

Tamil Nadu School Education Minister K A Sengottaiyan said only CBSE students were allotted centres outside the state, reported The New Indian Express. “The government will ensure that students of government or government aided schools will get centres in the state itself.” The state announced that it would provide train tickets (second-class) and Rs 1,000 for students who will be travelling outside the state for NEET, reported ANI.

Several Twitter users offered to help those students travelling outside the state to take the exam while some others blamed authorities for the confusion.

 

NGO writes to PM, CM, seeks grace mark for students

NGO writes to PM, CM, seeks grace mark for students

NGO writes to PM Narendra Modi, CM Edappadi K Palaniswami on NEET errors, seeks grace mark for students

CHENNAI: Tech4All, a non-profit organisation, has written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami seeking a solution to students who attempted the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) in Tamil this year. The NGO identified over 60 errors in 49 questions. Totally, there were 180 questions.

Speaking to reporters on Saturday, NGO founder G B Ram Prakash said no Tamil student would be able to clear the exam because of the errors. He said as sign of protest, members of his NGO and he would not pay any GST until the Prime Minister responded to his letters.

“A total of 24,500 students have been affected due to the errors in question paper. Innocent students cannot be penalised for government’s fault,” he said, adding that all students who took the test in Tamil must be given 196 grace marks to compensate for the errors.

Tech4All is an organisation that provides technology-based solution for common man’s problems.
The members of the NGO had launched an online virtual NEET crash course for students below poverty line.

“There is no standardisation of technical words and the words that were in the test paper were not found in their textbooks. There is no NCERT textbook in Tamil. Long term solutions should concentrate on this problem,” he said.

Prakash claimed individual students do not have the capacity to legally fight this case. “We will approach this issue legally, but we also want our leaders to directly find remedies for issues that affect so many children,” he said. He met with members of opposition parties in the State seeking solidarity.

CPM knocks on PMO door for early assent to NEET Bills

Urging Prime Minister Narendra Modi to forward the two Bills sent for Presidential assent to his office immediately, the CPM State Committee on Saturday said the Bills seeking NEET exemption for Tamil Nadu students had been pending with the Centre for the past 15 months.

 In a representation to Modi, CPM State secretary K Balakrishnan explained how NEET would not suit the students of Tamil Nadu and quoted legal aspects in this regard.

Pointing out the provisions of the Constitution giving the right to the State legislature to make laws to safeguard the interests of the people of Tamil Nadu, he said, “We request the Centre to immediately forward the two Acts – the Tamil Nadu Admission to MBBS and BDS Courses Act, 2017, and Tamil Nadu Admission to Postgraduate Courses in Medicine and Dentistry Act, 2017 – to the President and ensure that he gives his assent at the earliest.”