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face to face:Darez Ahamed, Collector, interacting with goverment school students and their parents in Perambalur on Wednesday.
face to face:Darez Ahamed, Collector, interacting with goverment school students and their parents in Perambalur on Wednesday.

The district administration has taken up steps for toning up the academic performance of students in the district to improve their pass percentage in plus two examination to be held in March 2014.

A close evaluation of over 34 higher secondary schools has shown that the performance of 453 boys and girls in the quarterly examinations was not up to the mark.

The District Collector, Darez Ahamed, convened a special meeting of these students along with their parents and teachers. “I have full confidence in you and I’m sure your performance will improve in the half-yearly examination, ” he said .

The Collector said that he was fully aware of the challenging environment, including domestic problems, which hindered their learning .

Dr. Ahamed advised students to approach the headmasters or district administration for any kind of assistance in improving their academic performance.

Based on their performance in half-yearly examination, special arrangements will be made for accommodating them in hostels if need be, the Collector said and appealed parents to motivate their wards and extend support.

P. Madhusudhan Reddy, sub collector, and headmasters and teachers of government schools, were present.

Collector advises the students to approach headmaster or district administration for any assistance to improve academic performance

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