Anna University has drawn CBSE to provide Class XII examination results in the State direct to Anna University. The appeal has been made in an endeavor to smooth the progress of the Tamil Nadu Engineering Admissions.
AU has proclaimed the limit for the compliance of filled application forms for the admissions to Engineering before 20th May. But the time of CBSE class XII results that are generally out only by the end of May would mean the aspitrants of the board would not be able to glue to the deadline.
But authorities with the Tamil Nadu Engineering Admissions stated that delaying the deadline for form submission would lead to a postponement in the entire admission process. “We have drawn near CBSE to offer class XII results of the students of Tamil Nadu unswervingly to us. We are hoping for a constructive retort. Pushing off the limit further would holdup the admission procedure particularly since we have lakhs of admissions to course out of which the fraction of CBSE was tremendously low. As such, we are now gazing at options by which the students of CBSE can send in their application forms to us without filling the marks,” stated V. Rhymend Uthariaraj,the secretary of Tamil Nadu Engineering Admissions. V. Rhymend Uthariaraj stated that if at all the CBSE & AU were unable to fix an undeviating mechanism to correspond the results, the CBSE aspirants can send in a photo copy of their marks downloaded from net to the university at later date.
In the meantime, CBSE schools have advanced the CBSE headquarters over the perplexity over Class XII results and the Tamil Nadu Engineering Admissions. “We have moved towards Delhi headquarters & submitted a letter appealing them to either make the results accessible sooner or ask AU to progress a mechanism to make sure that the CBSE aspirants do not get left out of the admissions in engineering,” stated Ajeeth Prasad Jain, the secretary of Chennai Sahodaya School Complex of CBSE Schools.
In addition, the regional office of Central Board of Secondary Education stated the statement of the results sooner would be challenging particularly after the exams were deferred this year due to the Lok Sabha elections. “Central Board of Secondary Education had to reschedule many of its XII exams due to elections. Since we have many subjects, the final examination could be completed by April 25 and declaring the results earlier would be a confront,” stated D. T. Sudarshan Rao, the regional officer of CBSE Chennai region.