Students told to shun exam fear

Retired Deputy Director of  C B Hanumanthappa spoke about the role of teachers and parents in ensuring the success of students in the examinations. He suggested students to shun examination fear and study according to a time table.

Emphasis should be laid on writing and difficult topics should be discussed with classmates. Question paper should be thoroughly read before attempting it.

Questions which the student finds easier to answer should be attempted first. Mistakes can be minimised by a second reading of the answers, he said, calling upon students to make effective use of the time to achieve their goal.The headmasters should discuss with the assistant teachers about the academic progress of students. The students should be divided into three groups - ordinary, good and excellent - based on the performance in tests.

A separate list of ordinary students and those who appear to fail in one or two subjects should be prepared and they should given remedial coaching, he suggested.
Vice-principal Subbareddy advised students to prepare for the examination with a complete knowledge of the question paper pattern.

Mallikarjunaswamy of Revenue Department declared that he would gift Rs 1,000, Rs 750 and Rs 500 to three students who secure highest marks in the examination, in the name of his father.

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