Parents meeting on every second Saturday

Parents meeting on every second Saturday

Participating in a interaction with the SSLC students at a private school here on Sunday, he said parents have to accompany their wards on that particular day.
Teachers and members of the management have to give report on the academic excellence of the students to their parents.

This would help the parents to concentrate on the studies of their wards as well as make them to coach them in house. The parents meeting would be held statewide, he added.

He said while the district has climbed to tenth place in SSLC but the percentage has been very low in PU results.

The reason why the SSLC pass percentage improve was because of training to more than 10,000 students in six centres. Interestingly, 6,200 students out of the total 10,000 have passed.

The pass percentage of rural areas is better than urban areas which is a matter of happy.

A four-member committee will be appointed to improve both SSLC and PU results and the committee will comprise educational experts, officials, management representatives and officials of the Department of Labour. Based on the report submitted by the committee, steps would be taken to improve results.

Deputy Director of Department of Public Instructions Nagendrakumar, Vasudevbhat of Vijaya Vithala School and Councillor Shivakumar were present.

Students speak

Preparatory exams must be conducted for SSLC students before the annual examination. The city students spend most of their time in play, cinema, mobile and bike. So, exams should be conducted for all students. Besides, essay and quiz should also be held.

    Adarsh Gowda, student

Teachers and parents have to motivate students in learning. It is possible to improve results if students were given individual attention from the day one of re-opening of schools and colleges.

    Sarita Venkatesh, student

Examination should be conducted daily for students from January to April. The evaluated answer scripts should be shown to students as it would help them to correct the mistakes. Teachers should stop giving special attention for meritorious students and treat all the students on par. Conducting preparatory examination would help the students to come out of examination fear.

    D Sarita, Tandavapura