Passing Class XII after graduation and getting a government job. Hurray!

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Imagine a student gets degree and pass class XII later. Interesting ! Read on !

Peculiar and interesting case of Kanimozhi passing class XII

Kanimozhi had earlier failed in class XII examination.

kindly note : Class XII after graduation is not what I am suggesting ! 🙂

Then under the Open University Scheme of the University of Madras, she did BA in Tamil and secured a degree. Thereafter she joined B.Ed regular course and obtained the degree. Later she secured MA degree under regular course from Annamalai University.

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Passing Class XII after graduation and getting a government job as a teacher is what kanimozhi has achieved. But she had to fight a case for this.

Realising that unless she had passed class XII examination she would not be eligible for appointment as Post Graduate Assistant Teacher, she did the course privately and passed the examination.

The TRB rejected Kanimozhi”s candidature on the ground that she passed the class XII examination after completing all other degree courses.

Kanimozhi submitted that she had passed the teachers examination test held on July 21 last year and was called for certificate verification.

After the process of verification was over, TRB published the final list in which her name was not found. TRB rejected her candidature quoting that she has not studied the courses in order. Now she went to Madras High Court.

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The judge while quoting a Division Bench Judgement of Madras High Court, said, “It is crystal clear that as per the law laid down by the Division Bench the requirements shall stand satisfied if the candidate has studied 12th standard after completing B.A degree course.

“In other words, because courses are done in reverse order, it is no matter at all,” the judge said, quashing the order of rejection by TRB and directed it to consider the appointment of Kanimozhi.

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You all must be wondering what an interesting case this is that someone passed in reverse order. Class XII after graduation ! and further court ruled in her favour.

For your information I want to add that you can also complete your graduation from open university like Kanimozhi did. There are many open Universities in India from where you can complete your graduation in many streams. Like Indra Gandhi open University ( IGNOU ). So it is always better to pursue your degree rather than drop it in between. You will not regret all your life that you are not a graduate. After you get married and have kids only being a school pass out hurts a lot when it comes to visiting schools for parent teachers meeting or attending school functions. When you meet other parents you feel embarrassed. So apply immediately.

Under the Open University Scheme of the University of Madras, Kanimozhi did BA in Tamil and secured a degree. Thereafter she joined B.Ed regular course and obtained the degree. Later she secured MA degree under regular course from Annamalai University. I hope by now she would have joined as a teacher or must be waiting to join soon if Teacher Recruitment Board do not appeal further in supreme court.

Now this what which drew my attention . Kindly read the judgement once more The judge while quoting a Division Bench Judgement of Madras High Court, said, “It is crystal clear that as per the law laid down by the Division Bench the requirements shall stand satisfied if the candidate has studied XII standard after completing B.A degree course.

“In other words, because courses are done in reverse order, it is no matter at all,” the judge said, quashing the order of rejection by Teacher Recruitment Board and directed it to consider the appointment of Kanimozhi.

I think they should allow her to join. What is your opinion ? Do comment in the comment box.

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