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Better infrastructure spurs students to perform well in Ramnad

Apart from teaching, infrastructure facilities such as good toilet and drinking water facilities ensured better results, in the recently released public exam results, said Ramanathapuram Collector Nagarajan, on Friday.

Better infrastructure spurs students to perform well in Ramnad
Ramanathapuram Collector, Nagarajan, appreciating CEO, Jeyakannu, at the Collectorate


Ramanathapuram, which is one of the backward districts in the state had turned around as a better performing state, in terms of education, as it had performed well in both the Class 12 and SSLC examination results published recently. In the Class 12 examination, it had secured second rank in the state in the overall pass percentage and in the SSLC results, published on Friday, it had secured third position in the state . 

The Collector was overwhelmed with the overall performance of the district in the public exams and appreciated Chief Education Officer, Jeyakannu, at his office after the results were published, on Friday. Nagarajan said that the daily special classes after the school hours, from 4.30 to 5.30 pm, on a particular subject were conducted for the students of SSLC after school hours.

A day after the special class,  a test on the same subject was conducted before the school hours, from 8.30 to 9.30 am. 

The test papers were cleared on the same day and were distributed to the students. Upon receipt, the students had to get them signed by their parents in the answer sheets compulsorily.

This was one of ways by which the performance of the students were monitored, by both the teachers and the parents. 

Nagarajan also said, that apart from education, good infrastructure facilities were also responsible for the better performance of the students. In all the schools, better toilet, drinking water facilities ,apart from spacious class rooms were assured for the students. If better infrastructure facilities are provided, students would study without any mental block, which would result in better performance from them, he said. As expected, the better facilities had played a key role in the performance of the students,  felt Nagarajan. 

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