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PostPosted: Sat Jun 02, 2012 6:31 am 
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Students set to experience joyous learning under trimester system

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On Friday, the first day of the first of the three terms in 2012-13 under the trimester system introduced for class 1 to VIII, teachers explained to students that they will henceforth relish the teaching-learning process sans burden, both in terms of the weight of school bags and the content to be covered for examinations.

The Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) system, in which secondary and graduate teachers have undergone considerable training, will ensure that the students are evaluated for both scholastic and co-scholastic activities through formative and summative assessments.

Under the grading pattern, the students' usual tendency to indulge in rat-race for marks will be replaced with responsible attempts at developing life-skills, said Parthiban, a graduate teacher in a panchayat union middle school.

A shift from the Macaulay system is what the teaching community has all along been looking for to infuse interest in the teaching-learning process, though they acknowledge that there will be extra burden on teachers whose individual attention on students will be closely monitored.

Teachers believe that Activity Based Learning and Active Learning Methodologies will continue to remain in the teaching-learning process and that the significant difference will be felt only in the evaluation pattern.

However, they look for clarity as in some of the schools, teachers have been asked to revert to the system of submitting ‘plans of lessons'. Seamless integration of trimester into Samacheer Kalvi has been made possible through combining the contents of all subjects to be covered for each of the three terms into common books. The difference under trimester system is that students need not have to worry about the completed contents when they step into the subsequent term. Students will thereby have enough time to focus their attention on developing the capacity to comprehend and apply knowledge with analytical and creative thinking, the traits essential to develop their overall personality. Memorising skill alone, which was recognised hitherto by the old system, would not suffice. According to Neelakandan, a teacher at KAP Viswanatham Middle School, teachers were in the process of being oriented to the new system.

Students were given the books on the first day, and the real teaching-learning process will commence on Monday, he said, adding that more training for teachers on the new system was desirable.

Teachers are, nevertheless, happy that parity has been struck with the CBSE system at long last. In fact, the trimester system is envisaged to bridge the gap between the capacities of students. In keeping with the government order on the trimester system, the emphasis on learning outcomes demonstrated in students' performance through the well-designed curriculum will pave the way for more interactive and collaborative experiences, they sy. Heads of government schools desire that trimester system must be extended with due promptness, as promised, till Plus Two in the coming years in phases.

“Only then will government schools experience a level playing field with self-financing higher secondary institutions. Unlike in the case of private schools, government schools were not able to skip Plus One portions to concentrate on Plus Two contents,” explained Veluchamy, a headmaster of a government higher secondary school.


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Training for competitive exams on June 2

The Tiruchi Academy for Competitive Examinations (TRACE) will would organise a training programme for candidates aspiring to appear for competitive examinations at the Collector's Office in the city on June 2.

Candidates would be trained on various aspects of preparation for competitive examinations by persons who have already cleared the civil service examinations and experts. Those interested can contact the Personal Assistant (General) to the Collector or the Social Defence Project unit at the Collectorate, according to a press release.

More Details @ www.trace.org.in


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Online registration of Plus Two qualification begins in schools

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Distribution of Plus Two mark sheets affixed with photographs to students and online registration of their qualification with employment office was carried out in 196 higher secondary schools across the revenue district.

The process benefitting 26,058 students was carried out in 119 schools in Tiruchi educational district, 44 in Musiri educational district and 33 in Lalgudi educational district.

More @ http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp ... 475149.ece


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PostPosted: Wed May 30, 2012 7:01 am 
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Indian business schools now attract global faculty

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Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Trichy, where Mouloud Madoun is on the institute's list of permanent faculty. After teaching at business schools in France, Sweden, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Romania and Poland, Madoun recently packed his bags and headed for India. At IIM, Trichy, the professor teaches human resource management, organisational behaviour and corporate social responsibility, among other subjects.

"My decision to relocate to India is professional. Although I may have earned four times what I do in India, I am a lot happier here," says the professor of French origin who taught for two decades at the Marseille School of Business.

Full article : http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/new ... 651309.cms


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PostPosted: Wed May 30, 2012 6:54 am 
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39 youth undergo training at WRI

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Thirty-nine youth drawn from below poverty line families in urban parts across delta districts have benefitted from a welding course conducted here by the Welding Research Institute, BHEL, Tiruchi, and Regional Directorate of Municipal Administration, Thanjavur.

The course conducted under the aegis of Skill Training for Employment Promotion amongst Urban Poor (STEP-UP), a component of the Central government's Swarn Jayanthi Shahari Rozgar Yojana (SJSRY), exposed the trainees to modules in welding safety, inspection, welding faults, and fault rectification, besides providing them hands-on training in Shielded Metal Arc Welding process up to 3G (Vertical) Position, according to a BHEL press release.

On Monday, C. Mani, General Manager of BHEL's Power Plant Piping Unit at Thirumayam distributed the course completion certificates to the candidates belonging to Thanjavur, Nagappattinam, Sirkazhi, Pattukkottai, Kumbakonam, Mayiladuthurai, Tiruvarur, Mannargudi, Manapparai, Vedaranyam and Thiruthuraipoondi.


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PostPosted: Mon May 28, 2012 9:30 pm 
Shemrock & Shemford Group of Schools to expand

CHENNAI: Shemrock & Shemford Group of Schools, a chain of preschools and K-12 schools, plans to open 15 new schools in Tamil Nadu in the next three years.

This expansion will result in an infusion of Rs 100 crore in the state.

The group, which entered the education scene in Tamil Nadu last year, has six schools in Chennai, Hosur, Vaniyambadi, Chidambaram, Theni and Pallikaranai and plans to start schools in Trichy, Thanjavur, Palladam, Ariyalur, Erode, Coimbatore, Vellore and Tirunelveli this year.

Shemrock & Shemford group follows the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) syllabus and employs about 3000 teaching and non-teaching staff all over India, including 50 in Tamil Nadu. It now plans to employ approximatly 900 teachers in the state over the course of the next five years. Nearly 20,000 students study at the group's schools across the country, including 600 in Tamil Nadu.

According to Amol Arora, Managing Director, Shemrock & Shemford Group of Schools, the school's aim is to provide world-class education to children. “We invest heavily in research and development and use the latest technologies like touchscreen boards, projectors, tablets, robotics and electronic blocks in the school in an effort to enhance the teaching-learning process,” he said.

Arora added that the philosophy behind the schools is very simple — if children enjoy learning, then learning is natural and stress free.

In an effort to make education accessible to all,

the group of schools does not have a uniform fee structure and charges fees based on the area in which the school is located. Also, approximately 25 per cent of the seats in every school are meant for students from below poverty line families.

http://ibnlive.in.com/news/shemrock--sh ... 0-120.html

courtesy : bajk/SSC


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PostPosted: Fri May 25, 2012 6:31 am 
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Tiruchi, Karur, Thanjavur exceed State average in Plus Two

With an overall pass percentage of 90.80, Karur ranks first among districts in central region in overall performance of students in Plus Two examinations.

The second highest performance is by Thanjavur district (90.28) followed by Tiruchi (87.67), Pudukottai (83.56), Nagapattinam (83.37), Perambalur (82.78), Tiruvarur (80.98) and Ariyalur (72.81). Only Karur, Thanjavur and Tiruchi districts could exceed the State average of 86.70 in overall performance.

At the State-level, Virudhunagar district posted the highest overall performance of 94.68 per cent. Tuticorin district was close behind with 94.62 per cent.

Only the students who had chosen Tamil as the first language were identified for the purpose of State and district-level rankings.

The district-level first rank holder in Tiruchi among students who had taken other languages was R. Abinaya of Savithri Vidyasala Hindu Girls' Higher Secondary School with a total of 1,184. A.K. Hariharan of E.R. Higher Secondary School stood second with a total of 1,181. The third spot was shared by two students: J. Balagirish of E.R. Higher Secondary School and R. Kaviya of R.S.K. Higher Secondary School with a total of 1,180 each.

Among students of government schools, B. Gowthaman of Government HSS, Lalgudi, stood first with a total of 1,166. The second and third spots were bagged by T.Dhivya (1,126) of Government HSS, Mettupalayam, and S. Pavithra (1,124) of Government HSS, Balasamudram.

Within Tiruchi revenue district, the Lalgudi educational district stood first with an overall performance of 89.19 followed by Tiruchi educational district (88.74) and Musiri educational district (83.32).

Of the 29,722 students in the revenue district who appeared for the exam, 26,058 students registered pass marks.

The remaining students have been given the opportunity to appear for instant examination, the results of which will be published early such that the students will not be required to waste an academic year.

Tiruchi revenue districts accounts for 196 schools. The 69 government-aided schools outnumber government schools numbering 65. There are 37 matriculation higher secondary schools. Out of the government-aided schools, 49 are in Tiruchi educational district.


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PostPosted: Thu May 24, 2012 9:04 pm 
The Madras Management Association (MMA), the largest affiliate association of All India Management Association, will soon launch its Tiruchi Chapter, to spread excellence in management. According to Capt. R. Vijayakumar, Executive Director, MMA, conduct of successful management programmes in non-metro cities was vital to brace up to the challenges of globalization.

Professional management must reach smaller cities, he felt. It was in recognition of this fact that the MMA had decided to spread excellence in management across the State for the benefit of industry. The activities of MMA, he said, were planned to achieve managerial excellence in the functioning of industries and professional managers in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry.

- deepu051993/SSC


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