CHENNAI: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M K Stalin on Sunday adviced and wished the class X, XI and XII students, who will be appearing for board exams.
Stalin wished the students to do well in the board examination and told the students to treat it like just any other examination and attend the examination with self-confidence.
The CM took to his official Twitter handle and shared his advice for students. In the video, he said, "There is no need to get tense to appear for the public examination. It is just another examination. What you need is self-confidence and resoluteness. Appear for the examination without any hesitation. The questions would be from what you have studied. Examination is just a process that takes you to the next level."
“I will wait for your success like your parents and teachers. I will wait not only as the Chief Minister, but also as one of your family members. All the best!,” he added.
Earlier, for the Class 12 board exams starting Monday, the education department released a set of guidelines for students.
Additionally, on Saturday, the Tamil Nadu Electricity Board directed to provide uninterrupted power supply at the centres during the exam. About 8.5 lakh Class 12 students are set to appear for the exam.
Anbumani wishes Class 12 students
PMK president Anbumani Ramadoss wished the students and advised them to utilize the 'sufficient' gaps between each subject and score higher marks.
"Except for the medicine, admission for all the higher education courses are being made based on Class 12 marks. Students should give more focus on the board exams, " he said.
He also urged the students to approach the examination without fear and requested the parents not to treat their children as 'mark-securing machines'.
(With inputs from Bureau)
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