matric schools should not force 10th and 12th students to appear as private examiners – DGE

Directorate of government examinations, tamilnadu has warned matric schools that they should not force students to write 10th and 12th exams privately. If any school insists this, Students can register complaint against their school through sms and email.

DGE already advised about this in principals meeting and through matriculation school inspectors that schools should not issue transfer certificates in the middle of academic year to force students to attend exams privately without their parent interests.

But some private schools compelling their students who got low marks to appear as private examiners and DGE receives more complaints about this.

R. Pitchai, director of matriculation schools said that if any student face this problem they may register a complaint with the help following mobile number and email id.

E – mail address :

S .M.S Can be sent to cell phone numbers : 94421-44401 , 94435-74633

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