Monday, February 27, 2006

CET is back

Its good news that the High Court struck down the State Government's decision to abolish Common Entrance Test. Obviously admission based on Board exam marks alone would have caused lots of chaos with as much as 100 students scoring centum in all three major subjects and would have unduly affected the CBSE students. Inspite of CET, most of the CBSE students invariably end up in low ranking colleges because of their valuation system. Some of the college toppers in my batch were CBSE students, who had to take management quota seats because they couldn't get into good colleges.

That was too much of opportunistic politics by the State Government, and it got the right response.

5 Comments:

Blogger ada-paavi!!!! said...

all this is to ensure tht hte coffers of politicians r full, avloav dhaan, vera eduvum illai

7:10 PM  
Blogger Praveen said...

CET kadakkuthu!! Namma college-la nadakkara kootha paatheengala!!

8:30 AM  
Blogger b a l a j i said...

ada-paavi,
ellame under the table transaction-ukkaaga thaan

Praveen,
enna aachu SRM-ku

9:20 AM  
Anonymous Gandhi said...

yes da, it is good they have CET. but then there is also flow of money in those "coaching" institutes...

our college - usual galata - http://www.chennaionline.com/colnews/newsitem.asp?NEWSID={31613A60-F331-4B78-8089-5891C852677E}&CATEGORYNAME=CHN

3:20 PM  
Anonymous பக்ரிசாமி said...

"புத்தி உள்ள மனிதர் எல்லாம் வெற்றி காண்பதில்லை... வெற்றி பெற்ற மனிதர் எல்லாம் புத்திசாலி இல்லை..."

Centralஓ Stateஓ, எங்க படிச்சாலும் அறிவை வளர்க்க தெரிஞ்சவன் வளத்துக்குவான்... பொழைக்க தெரிஞ்சவன் பொழச்சுக்குவான்...

காலேஜ் பேரு பார்த்து recruit பண்ணினது அந்தக்காலம்... திறமைய பார்த்து recruit பண்றது இந்தக்காலம்...

10:53 AM  

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