Jayanagar students all set to face SSLC exam

Jayanagar Academic Committee held free coaching classes for students appearing in the forthcoming SSLC exam. The classes were held for 45 days.

Jayanagar Academic Committee (JAC) organised an event on March 14th to mark its completion of the coaching programme for students appearing in the forthcoming SSLC exam. This was held at SSMRV College, Jayanagar 4th T block. More than 100 people attended the function.

A volunteer teacher of the coaching progamme demonstrated to show as to how the 45 days coaching classes have been conducted. The students said that they were made to solve model question papers and the classes were very interactive and practical.

The idea of this progamme was put forth by MLA of Jayanagar. Pic: Chetan Boray.

More than 600 students attended the classes which were held from 3.30 to 5 pm. Around 40 teachers volunteered to teach the students.

The teachers said that they framed a set of questions called B-TEST to asses the students from the different schools in Jayanagar. Students who could not qualify the test were advised to attend this free coaching classes.

"The idea of this progamme was put forth by MLA of Jayanagar", informed K S Sameera Simha of JAC. JAC currently has five members and is presided by Kumar.

The coaching classes were held at Sarakki School, Ragudda High School, Youth Centre and Multipurpose Corporation building of Jayanaga.

B N  Vijaya Kumar said, "When the classes were going on I kept visiting 15 days once, teachers show greater interest and now I am satisfied, thanks for the  co-operation. And I would like to thank all volunteers". He also said that the program have been conducted not in the view of BBMP election but to increase quality of education, this will go on every year. "After elections he would would like to talk with teachers to improve still more".

Students who attended the coaching classes seemed to be satisfied with the outcome of the progamme.

The aim of JAC is to give free quality classes to the economically challened students of Jayanagar claimed its members. Pic: Chetan Boray.

"We have solved model question paper and I am confident to face exam", said Nalani M of Sarakki High school.

M Girish, a student of MES High school said, " We are the future citizens so they are giving good facility to improve ourself, I thank every one for this".

The aim of JAC is to give free quality classes to the economically challened students of Jayanagar claimed its members.

"Every one can’t go for tutions, and we have selected expert teachers to teach  this children, this is an experiment", said Head mistress of MES school, Sarojamma S. She also added that  best teachers were selected from among those who approached them for volunteeing.   ⊕

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