To stop illegal activities in tamilnadu 10th and 12th exams, tn government has implemented a new idea in assigning register number for each students. Instead of assigning register number in ascending order wise for same school students they are going to give random numbers, so students of same school will not get order wise numbers. director of tamilnadu DGE k Devarajan introduced this idea and it may be implemented from this year onwards.
To show 100% result some schools are arranging slow learning students in such a way that they can copy answers from nearby fast learning students, DGE received lot of complaints regarding this, In order to prevent this kind of illegal activities tn DGE has introduced random number scheme.
recently some other changes are introduced in the 10th and 12th exam scheme such as answer sheets are printed in such a way that it contain photocopy of examiner,also just after writing 10th and 12th public exams students identification details in answer sheet such as name, register number and school name are removed and collected by exam supervisor in the exam hall itself. so the answer sheets of students can be identified only with the help of bar codes.