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Schools ask weak students to leave

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To secure 100 percent results in the board examination and to maintain a reputation, some of the schools of Chennai have gone to the extent of asking students who perform poorly in class 9 and class 11 to leave immediately and join another school with a pass certificate.

One of the popular schools in Adyar recently gave more than 10 students of class 9 and class 11 to choose between repeating the class or leaving and joining another school with a pass certificate.

Director of matriculation school, R Pitchai stated that according to the education department rules, students cannot be detained till class 8 or sent out while studying in class 10 or class 12. He further added that it is close to impossible for parents to secure a class 10 or class 12 seat in a good private schools, so the children end up in government or government aided schools.

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