Kapil Sibal Shoots 80% minimum in 12th Board Exams for IIT Aspirants



 

Securing of 60 percent marks in class XII will not be sufficient for those aspiring for IITs from 2011 as the criteria is being revised wherein higher percentage would be required which will be taken into account unlike the practice now.

The government on Monday appointed a committee of IIT directors to suggest the revised entrance system under which marks obtained in class XII will be given importance along with the entrance marks.

 

Why?

The move is aimed at ensuring that students take their class XII seriously and checking the growth of coaching centres, which are thriving on imparting coaching to students for IIT entrance, HRD Minister Kapil Sibal said.

"The present criteria is that students need to secure 60 per cent at class XII for appearing in IIT-JEE. This is not acceptable. The minimum marks required for IIT-JEE could be raised up to 80 to 85 percent," Sibal told reporters after a meeting of the IIT Council, the apex decision making body for the elite institutes, here.

At the same time he added that the decision about the required percentage will be taken by the committee.

 

We Want to get Rid of Coaching Centers...

"The coaching centres are giving training for the IIT entrance. As a result, the students are not studying seriously for class XII exam and giving more attention to entrance. We want to get rid of the coaching centres by giving more weightage to the board exam," Sibal said.

The IIT-JEE system was revised three years ago when the eligibility criteria was raised to 60 percent at class XII level for appearing in the entrance.

Sibal said a three-member committee has been set up to look into the curriculum and submit its report within three months, suggesting required changes.

The committee comprises Science and Technology Secretary T Ramasami, Secretary Department of Biotechnology M K Bhan and CSIR Director General Samir Brahmachari.

The committee will deliberate on new age courses to be started by the IITs. Sibal has been insisting that the IITs could explore starting courses in Humanities and Medicine also. The committee will give its report by January.

Besides, the government has decided to change the eligibility of students for availing the merit-cum-means scholarship being given at the end of class XII. The income criteria, which was Rs two lakh per annum as family income, has been changed to Rs 4.5 lakh.

To attract more foreign students, the government will reduce the fee structure for students from SAARC and African countries, Sibal said.

 

A Message to Kapil Sibal from an IIT Aspirant:

This is an unacceptable proposal. What do they think students are? Learning machines? They expect us to be good students in boards as well as prepare for IIT-JEE at the same time, the latter having a humongous syllabus and the most difficult exam in the world? And what’s with the "Get rid of coaching institutes" bull talk? They expect us to prepare for JEEs all by ourselves AND cope up with school-schedule ((most of them hardly co-operate with JEE aspirants and demand we pay great attention to hardly useful or productive activities in the name of "extra-curricular")) AND do very nicely in board exams.

This is a stupid idea based on ignorant notions and almost inhumane expectations from students. People who approve of it are no more than pseudo-intellectual dumb asses who have only one mugged up filmy line about students is that they should pay more attention to their studies and work hard and do whatever the system wants them to no matter how realistically possible it is.

Most of the teachers in almost all schools in India are hardly qualified to teach the ABCs for JEEs and, most of them just come in babble out mugged up lines and leave the classroom hardly caring about whether students have understood the topic or not. They are not dust compared to coaching institutes' teachers and this Sibal calls the latter "shops", maybe he is just insecure that there are institutions on which students rely that are not under his control

Most of the schools consume up students' time with unnecessary 100% unproductive and unfruitful activities and subjects that we will hardly have any use for and there are idiots who think it should be easy for an aspirant to get 80-85% marks in boards.

The naive shit-heads who think mugging-up is not necessary to get 85% in boards while preparing IIT-JEEs syllabus need to wake up and get a reality check.

 

 Source : Times of India

 

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Comments   

 
# Harsh Agrawal 2013-10-08 14:49
please read this...
you can raise a complaint n this rule will become VOID
I can solve the problem of all the students and prove that this rule is ILLEGAL
i migrated from mathscience to law and there i learnt
Article 13(2) of our Constitution says that "any law which violates our Fundamental Right is void" and acc. to Art. 14 we have right to equality.
now as we know that all state boards have different marking system, so their is no equality in precentage also, a student from one board can't be compared with the student of other board. and so we cant make board marks as a basis of admission in IIT. so this rule is violative of Art. 14 and thus completely void.

so if anyone goes to our supreme court and pleads that this rule violates our right to equality then it will be struck down means it will not be there in existence anymore.
 
 
# usha 2013-07-29 22:37
i as a student aprichiate you are against coaching centre but especially in andra pradesh it a big bussiness that owning an apprtmaent locking nearly 800 student and making them to mug up if u r raelly concerned about a student life plz stop this plz ............... ...... i beg u
 
 
# nagendra 2013-06-18 19:05
hello sir
my thinking is at premier levels you should keep 80 % for all
and no reservations
 
 
# harshit bhatia 2013-08-17 23:36
100% right
 
 
# nagendra 2013-06-18 19:04
Fine it is a good idea
but mr sibal increase the similar percentage for even backword class also so theywill also study well

it is also advisible that at premium levels you should not have
reservations
think before sleep
 
 
# Ashutosh Gaur 2013-06-16 21:05
This is a very wrong decision, I got 75.8% in class xii and got uneligible for iits due to which I have to go now for coachings of jeemains only!!!!!!!!!!!!
Many Students got less than 80% due to certain problems, they dreamt of iits but now their dreams are snatched from them.....
 
 
# khan 2013-06-02 12:27
kabil sir then what will be chance for student who got 60%in board alrady before this was implimented coz they are trying it again(iit) so they are not eligible ?
 
 
# Nischal 2013-03-25 21:38
this is completely unacceptable!!t his is the reason students are getting converted into mugging boxes...

respected sir...we need to learn more...not mugg more...
instead of putting this in humane ideas into action...pls try to bring in new ideas for quality teaching..
 
 
# BASANT VERMA 2012-09-29 15:05
Kapil sibbal AMAR rahe hamara neta kapil sibbal bhagwan ko pyare ho gaye. Unki atma ki shanti ke liye 2 min tak use jee bhar ke gali de aisa karne se mare hue atma ko shanti pradan hogi
 
 
# BASANT VERMA 2012-09-29 14:52
MR. KAPIL SIBBEL HOW MUCH % YOU HAVE IN LLB ? NOW ONLY THOS PERSON WILL BECOME EDUCATION MINESTERE WHOS HAS 90+% MARKS IN ALL OVER CLASS INCLUDED WITH HIGER EDUCATION SO YOU HAVE TO TAKE RETIRMENT FROM EDUCATION MINESTRE
AND ALSO YOU HAVE EFFICENT AGE SO YOU HAVE TO TAKE REST FOR YOUR FUTERE......... ....
 
 
# ajay kumar sharma 2012-09-25 18:51
kapil sibble ji is rule se un studets ka kya hoga jinhone kisi problem se 12 me 80% marks nahi la paaye aur unme iit qualify karne ka junoon hai . i am wanted to say[that is my humle requst] please change this rule.
 
 
# rohit khajuria 2012-09-24 15:15
this is burden on the students which leads to suicidal cases so sibal ji please change it
 
 
# arun mourya 2012-09-15 19:49
kapil sibal sir i request to you 12 class board exam rejeted an same pattern in 10 to 12th class good pattern in 10 class plz sir
12th board exam rejected
 
 
# sanjay 2012-07-08 15:35
kapil sibbal please think of those who will be coming to the 12th class and yuo think that they are robos which will only listen memorize and eat which teachers woul give and they would vomit it out on the answer paper when board exams come...and
do you think that they need not under stand this without the real concept, without understanding it its like a ..... I don't know ur child is passed out or what but think of others child you are playing with their future please think of it..
 
 
# sunil gadgil 2012-07-02 20:51
Whatever decigion taken by govt.ok but do not take more time for the final because students are very confused & their study is distubed so pl.issue circuler immediatly after 4th July's meeting.It is too much late & this is not good for all students of india.
 
 
# Faiz ahmed 2012-07-02 19:38
all this big power man making a difference..... .in poor & rich...
cut off % nt to so high
we all r sad :-| :-| but
sibal sir r so :lol: :lol:
 
 
# FALAK 2012-07-02 10:02
can anyone told me about the percentage required in class 12 for SC/ST for IIT 2013 ?
 
 
# Anupam Sharma 2012-06-30 13:37
can anybody ask Mr. Sibbal that if he wants to make IIT a dream for students.
 
 
# pankaj 2012-06-30 13:26
80% is write decision but quota system is not sufficent for upper level of eduction because harmful for nation and our society
 
 
# reha sibali 2012-06-30 09:06
#######
gadhe akkal nhi hai tujhe aur hame challenge krta hai.....
ek baat bta tuje kitne aye the 12th me, hamara future decide karne wala tu kon hai be ######
sar pe baal nhi hai an dimag ki baat karta hai......
pehle to school teachers ko dkhle fir iit jee ka soch....
 
 
# babu lal 2012-06-28 21:58
teri asi teshi gange sb ki zindekhi jhand kar di
 
 
# Vineet 2012-06-28 21:39
It looks very easy but the repercussion is that 80% of the students go schools where there are no teacher/ no books; nothing is available and securing 80% marks is also tough.

Why the creamy layer wants to keep all the good things secured for them selves.

The fact is student having access to good schools/ coaching can secure 80% and those who can do the same w/o any help are less than 5% so its not a good development for students coming from rural back ground
 
 
# Ashlesha rathi 2012-06-28 21:06
I am agree with what Mr. sibal said
IIT is very tough exam ,anybody who scored well qualified in12 is capable for such exam ,i donot think student who get less than 80% in 12 is much intrested for IIT
 
 
# amritanshu sharma 2012-06-28 19:22
if anybody ask me about this pleasing change then i will say only one word 'excellent ' .but earlier system was only for those student who belong belong to affluent family and it was cursing for those who does not belong to good families.hrd of india has realised it and taken a very good decision :P
 
 
# A.S.panhale 2012-06-27 22:11
The scheme adopted by Mr.Sibbal is not so helpful to the students who are taking education in rural area. To appear for IIT enterance, current criteria i.e. 60% mark in XII th std. is very much good. Each candidate who secure 60% marks can appear. If the percentage is increased upto 80-85 % then the poor students who are in rural area never appear to IIT. Therefore, I request for keeping present situation as it is
 
 
# pankaj kumar 2012-06-21 09:32
can anybody plz ask this sible what was his 12th score and what was his rank..
Only stupid people can do such decision. and thats y all iit institute refuse any such proposal.
 
 
# Vinay Kumar Khare 2012-06-07 17:35
This is not good idea of HRD Minister because in state boards like U.P.,M.P.Mahars tra & so many other states board only 5%to 10% students get the marks of 80% and above in 12th Exams. so all students of state board are out of I.I. T . Exams.
 
 
# piyush goyal 2012-06-06 11:14
sir i -presume its a fair decision to include board marks into merit list of iitjee and friends there will be no discrimination as person scoring less in boards and more in iit and another scoring more in boards and less in iit will both get a fair chance to get into iit ya i agree that cut off % should not be so high it should be reduced to 70% i believe
 
 
# sagar 2012-05-31 15:56
i agree wid all of u...i am student who took cbse exam in 2012 and got 92% but was unable to qualify JEE this yr and another student from my own scool who got below 90% passed the JEE with flying colours..this particular student was called the idiot of the school by almost all the teachers due to his incapability to recite theorems or formulas like a parrot...so my point is that including school marks is the stupidest idea ever and mr sibal is the stupidest person ever :lol:
 
 
# Meerut Gupta 2012-05-31 02:21
It is ridiculous to fix 80% cut off marks or to take CBSE marks fro admission without providing justice to student community by providing them a chance to see the XEROX copy of the evaluated answer script and opportunity for reevaluation by paying a fees. In future when CBSE marks and state board marks are taken into account for AIEEE and IIT entrance test if one board is allowing for 100% transparency and another board is not allowing 100% transparency is it justice. Is it a method to safeguard certain group of people and destroy another group of people based on religion, caste and region.
 
 
# Gaurav Khede 2012-05-16 14:34
8) Oh, then students are reading 24 hours in a day and more competition for top
 
 
# Harsh Pandey 2012-05-10 22:03
These are stupid ideas of yours Mr. Sibal jee... These ideas leads to burden on students and leads to suicide.. This idea shall be a wireless murder of students...
 
 
# Vishant 2012-05-05 20:54
Mr. Sibal give atleast 50% weightage to 12 board and 70% for qualifying for iit exam.

ITs BEST !!

BELIEVE ME
 
 
# ishank goel 2012-05-03 16:08
mr. sibbal you should think first that students who cant score more than 60% they will think to score 65% but not 80% so they cant do iit ithink you should again
:zzz :zzz :eek:
 
 
# kanchan kumari 2012-05-01 23:47
Mr.sible you should change your mind iit is knowledge based exam not mugging of book it will leads to shortage of intelligent student for iit jee............ ............... ............... .............
 
 
# preeti 2012-05-01 23:41
we would not accept this ............... ......sorry.... ...............
 
 
# preeti 2012-05-01 23:37
it is totally stupid ............
minister should not use their power like mad man ...........
we student of jharkhand board hardly get 60-65% in spite of hard work whole year ............... ......if we are not allow to join iit it means it is only for those student who have money to learn in costly cbse school......................................
ti is not the way to teach poor ..............l ike us............. ...........
 
 
# Harbhajan singh 2012-04-30 20:27
Mr kapil Sibal you have no right to with students future
 
 
# yash 2012-04-19 23:30
still cannot understand how increasing board percent can really bring down the importance of coaching classes........ .....on the other hand it will raise their importance especially those classes which have hybrid college system......... .....
 
 
# Manoj Chansoria 2012-04-15 12:54
It is a very gud idea provided something can be done about the level of education in schools. If the screening system includes a qualification requirement of atleast 90% to 95% marks in class 12th and above for teachers, this could work the other thing is uniform syllabus for all
 
 
# IITAXpress 2012-04-04 00:16
What is this?
It is nothing less then deppletion of education in India,
Kapil Sibbal wants to produce Chaturs{Bookwor m}From the developing Country To bang the education system.

He wants student to read Board instead of IIT JEE syllabi which is World's Hardest Exam.
and wants decide future of India..

How can an Lawyer can Decide Engineering Aspect......... ..!
 
 
# zubair khan 2012-03-16 19:37
sibbal ko apna to pata nahi student ka future ke liye kya khhak
karaga . 85% to aise bool diya jaise teacher number luta raha ho . apna time yaad karke dekh .
 
 
# Abhyudaya Anand Mish 2012-03-07 09:35
Absolutely correct. This would surely give rise to more coaching institutes and if Kapil Sibbal proposes this idea, why not first take an iitjee for the teachers that teach the same syllabus in schools. If even 40% of them qualify in getting a position, we, the students are ready for the challenge.
 
 
# SHASHWAT SHIVAM 2011-12-20 05:31
oo bhai sibal jaada smart mat ban be chirkut saale apne din yaad kar jab tu 12th ki board mein ragra kha raha tha agar koi us samein minister banne ke liye 90 se 95 % ka baat karta to tujhe kaisa lagta re chirkut??? answer
Smile Wink Laugh Grin Angry Sad Shocked Cool Tongue Kiss Cry aur jo karna hai karo lekin plzz buddhe dude dont try this or i will surely suicide i swear sibal i swear
 
 
# tensed one 2011-11-23 12:57
sibbal maharaj
chain se jeene do
sab kuchh hamare hi time pe yaad aata hai
apna rasta dekho dadaji
:sad:
 
 
# ravi goyal 2011-11-14 02:40
we will opposev at any cost:sad:
 
 
# devika singh 2011-11-10 04:57
i think MR. Kapil Sibal should be appear for class 12th as well as for iit jee...... then only he'll understand what a student feels when he/she listens bout such a foolish decision..... :sad: such a foolish person he is!!! what he think bout us.. let him know that we r too human beings not machines....... ... how can we secure 80% in 12th board exams with the preparation for iit jee?????
 
 
# enlightened 2011-10-19 08:52
Why the minister is playing with the education system without heeding to the advice of IIT Directors?
Standing committee on higher education?
Is he simply not aware about the lack of any quality in school education?
UPSC, BITS, Gate were taking board marks weightage earlier, they started having students from Bihar only.
The system was discontinued.
Why the minister is hell bent on destroying the IITJEE, that has become the bench mark?
already the IITs are under tremendous pressure of tolerating reserved category students/Profes sors due to increased seats.
The faculty student ratio has become very adverse.
Who is to blame for all this
Why subjective system/ pre mains system/ english papers were removed ?
Now they complain about falling standards
Who is responsible for all this
Whose interest is being watched
are foreign universities involved
 
 
# Shidhar 2011-10-19 01:30
abee sibl teri IIt ka get saaaaaf krne ki aukt hai kya?
 
 
# r chawla 2011-10-17 08:14
Mr kapil sibal Go to villages where school teachers even cant solve d problems of their respective Boards...see d places where female teachers spend their whole scheduled time in preparing Woolens for family..r such people going 2 give IITians n NITians to our country through board exams?
just think about d centres where board paper leaks out before d exams every year...so u want such dumb asses in IITs n NITs??? y dont u try to improve system to our school boards instead of doin such unpractical n unrealistic things which is gonna kill d quality of our top institutions for technical education.

n Mr. narayanamurthy. .when i was a student in NIT jaipur, your company was just a " bulk hiring" for us... it was not d Dream Company even for a single individual...fi rst u improve your mentalities n packages for hiring only den talk bout d quality of ours...
u should calculate d ratio of candidates hired from IITs NITs n some gud colleges to the candidates joined ur company after their graduations..
 
 
# satkartar singh 2011-10-16 05:51
sir,, apka decision bilkul theek hai, we r with u
 
 
# IITAXpress 2012-04-04 00:24
right
 
 
# Ajay rai 2011-10-15 02:43
Dear Friends I really oppose this idea because in school only syllabi can be completed by school teachers but they cant go with the concept of the subjects.. School teachers and students are involved in so many other activity rather than studing that they cann't understand the subject. Our minister should watch Tare Jamin Par and 3 idiots once after that i hope that his idea will definetly changed. He is very much inspired with Arakshan.
All the best guys
 
 
# BITTU KUMARI 2011-10-10 20:41
One thing I want to know that how much weight age will be given on the marks obtained on 12th board or 80 to 85 % marks is just criteria to appear in entrance exam? Before taking any decision Kapil Sibbal ji please look into the IIT students,on an average how much marks in percentage they had secured in 12th board?
Such type of decision shows that our government is not able to improve the present scenario of education level,that's why they are trying to choose short cut way.
 
 
# BITTU KUMARI 2011-10-10 20:38
One thing I want to know that how much weight age will be given on the marks obtained on 12th board or 80 to 85 % marks is just criteria to appear in entrance exam? Before taking any decision Kapil Sibbal ji please look into the IIT students,on an average how much marks in percentage they had secured in 12th board?
 
 
# BITTU KUMARI 2011-10-10 20:34
]One thing I want to know that how much weight age will be given on the marks obtained on 12th board or 80 to 85 % marks is just criteria to appear in entrance exam? Before taking any decision Kapil Sibbal ji please look into the IIT students,on an average how much marks in percentage they had secured in 12th board?
 
 
# Dwimu baglary 2011-10-06 06:59
everything is unussual , think bout state board n ICSE students jus bull s...t stupid thinking Frgt bout it n
 
 
# Dwimu baglary 2011-10-06 06:56
M very sorry but tis is stupid thinking by mr Sibbal , notin to sy in tish stupid matter , stupid descision, person st:sad::sad:pid person
 
 
# priyanka 2011-09-30 22:46
Getting 80% in cbse board is easy task bt in state board its more difficult...... ... so those who are in state board they shud left the dream to join iit... i thnk its not gud decision taken by MR. sibal...IT will creat a big gap b/w cbse board and state board..
 
 
# Parul Gupta 2011-09-30 20:46
This is a ridiculous proposal.....wa t about students from state boards ? state boards like u.p dont award that high percentages ......so would it mean that they r not as intelligent and aptitudous as c.b.se or i.c.s.e students who score relatively high g;es? and how on earth are poor kids supposed to prepare for 12th and jee wen he has to get at leat 85% in 12th to get into iit with the no of attempts limitation to 2 only ? on 1 hand this idiotic sibbal talks of taking off the burden off kids shoulders while he himself is over burdening them ? its unfair on students esp under privilegded kids bcoz in states like u.p, parents who cant afford high profile schools or pvt schools as a matter of fact prefer state board schools that r not that costly and they score as high as national boards..... so does it maen that a super brilliant kid who scores 70% in state board (prob from an underpriviledge d class) shouldnt get into iit , right ?
 
 
# hemantkgoyal 2011-09-22 08:13
Ok mr. Kapil Sibal for once let's think upon ur idea
Your idea is quite gud this idea is great for the students who are not engaged in any universities they would also be able to get admission in iit's and it would be financtially gud for their parent also and in iit more number of educated students(i.e.fr om the point of view of cbse) would take admission

Now let's think from other view(which is more realistic in my opinion )
The year, in which this idea would be passed as a rule the, for most of the students enrolled in iit entrance exam would be having no way to go on . Their life would be vanished as most of the students think of cbse just as a way to have entry in iit entrance exams so they just tries to have only 60+ marks only
ok let us forget about this fact for once as this would be having no affect when before passing this idea students are told about this two years ago

now let me introduced u from one more fact
U are forcing all this so that students enrolled in iit would also concerne about cbse but do you know in present time in most of school teachers use to teach students in a manner that do not give them the actual knowledge they just forces students to learn everything ( even in practicals teachers tell student to learn the readings instead of actually performing the activities or experiments ) and to revise everything it never gives students a logical ability to think in a logical manner but as we (students ) enroll in iit gains ability to think in a logical manner and it also gives them the actual knowledge hidden after every concept or topic then why u are forcing to reduce the iit strenghth i m not capable of understanding this
please look after my view i m waiting anxiously for someone's reply for this post
 
 
# Rakesh Narang @ Wizard Journal 2011-09-17 10:02
Kapil Sibal doesn't deserve to Education Minister. He and his policies suck to the core.

I agree, School Teachers are worthless, it is not that they don't know, it's that they don't how to teach.

But, I think that JEE is a competitive exam, so jo bhi hoga, sabke liye, hoga, sirf ek particular, padhaku ke liye nahi. So Chiil...!
 
 
# ranu rana 2011-09-16 22:37
what do this about the student who r preparing jee ......... already the compitition is so tough . making subjective paper of iit the examination may be more tough n who student r already prepared 4 objective how they give the objective +subjective paper this is wrong for student
 
 
# dr g.s.thind 2011-09-09 00:02
mr sibal i am giving coaching to iit jee studends from last 6 years there no teacher in any school of mt district who can teach iit sllybus.they dont know the abc of iit sllybus.if u really want to improve the education system then teach u r cbse teacher first the full slyybus of iit then change ur policy NACHNA NA AYE AUR ANGAN TEDDA" STUPID MANISTER
 
 
# ramavtar goyal 2012-06-17 21:32
not agreed with sible, 70% is correct
 
 
# Vivek bhargav 2011-07-02 04:42
The 40% board's exams are according to IIT/jee patten then schools must be teachs at higher levels and according to new patten.after that pupils must be serious amongst the board exams and all the problems are solve automatically.
 
 
# Vivek bhargav 2011-07-02 04:37
I think there is no comparison between school studies and IIT/jee couching classes. Because in schools we study basics but in couching institutes we studies on higher level.firstly basic should be clear.From this sight this proposal is wright.But there is one more suggestion if the 40&#xof; board exams are according to the IIT patten then the schools must be studies according to the new patten of board.Hence all the problem will solve automatically.A fter that pupils must be serious amongst board exam also.
 
 
# HIMANSHU BANSAL 2011-03-28 11:36
Its just that HRD minister now shuld be elected by students i think because they(students) are the people on whom this has to be acted upon so why others elect hrd minister i say .secondly, scoring in boards as well as entrance is not a joke we are also humans ,college has been a waste to students completely it is grossly unfruitful ,college is a waste of time and also diverges students minds .i had heard that " no knowledge without college".but the kalyug has turned it upside down "no knowledge in college." i wuld say colleges to be shut down and collegiate professors are no worth to coachin classes. this is somethin like energy at the cost of nothing which is unrealistic. kapil sibal wuld never be elected as hrd minister again he shukld undrtd pilgrims asre nearer than politics.:sad:
 
 
# vatg 2011-01-17 19:47
the proposal by mr. kapil sibal in unacceptable as school doesnt provide enough facilities that a student can crack iit-jee. the iit exam is one having a humongous syllabus and the most difficult exam in the world? They expect us to prepare for JEEs all by ourselves AND cope up with school-schedule ((most of them hardly co-operate with JEE aspirants and demand we pay great attention to hardly useful or productive activities in the name of "extra-curricul ars")) AND do very nicely in board exams.This is a stupid idea based on ignorant notions and almost inhumane expectations from students.Most of the teachers in almost all schools in India are hardly qualified to teach the ABCs for JEEs and, most of them just come in babble out mugged up lines and leave the classroom hardly caring about whether students have understood the topic or not. They are not dust compared to coaching institutes' teachers.
Most of the schools consume up students' time with unnecessary 100% unproductive and unfruitful activities and subjects that we will hardly have any use for and there are idiots who think it should be easy for an aspirant to get 80-85% marks in boards.
i think the initial system is very good and coaching centers are best.
I dont wanna any change in the system.
:sad::sad::sad: :sad:
 
 
# palash shah 2010-10-12 17:57
"kapil sibbal" i think he is a heartless guy..............:sad:

i think he haven't passed 12 class yet

80-85% children .... they will only get it & woun't get selected in iit

i am very very angry with:sad: him.. stupid ..
 
 
# akhil gupta 2010-09-20 22:42
He is not oding right on the part of the iit aspirants bcz there many students who qualified in iit exams but get 50-60 % marks on average.
In my opinion the presnet criteria of 60&#xma;rks is better than what is going to be followed in future.
 
 
# Abhishek 2010-06-02 18:58
I think this is an foolish proposal. We at ISC board have to study double course as our course is far too different from JEE or CBSE's..... Let Mr. Sibbal try to be at our place and take all the presure and exams that we have too........ And yeah what about State boards students..... finding students who have crossed 60% is a rare sight there and Mr. MINISTER is looking for 80 percentilers... . LOL!!!! How hard he may try but he himself cannot cross 60% alongwith IIT JEE preparations......
and talking about coaching institutes..... it is solely upon the decision of students where they wanna go..... Just tell me WHO WON"T EXPLOIT YOU IF YOU WOULD LET THEM DO IT!!!!!!!
P.S. I took coaching for two years from the best center in my town @55,000(aprox for two years).... and yes the State topper is from there every year as far as I know.....
So Mr. Minister you need review your decision once more......... 60% is perfect!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!
 
 
# SURAJ 2009-11-05 05:03
I think kapil sibbal is right in taking the step of raising the eligiblity percentage fot IIT-JEE.I support his descision as it is just heart breaking for a student who gets 90 odd percentage and still not qualify for IIT-JEE,reason being "COACHING CENTRES".They just keep fooling students and their parants showing the results of candidates which can be found at every coaching centre.Those,wh ose fortune is good,may find moon in the broad day light,in some institutes,but that is all about luck and board toppers who unfortunately fall in trap of business men miss out.
 
 
# abhinandan jain 2009-10-22 13:09
i just wanna say dat illiterate ministers like kapil sibbal should be hanged till death for betterment.
 
 
# SIDHANT 2009-10-21 06:48
Ok ! If you want us to get rid of coaching centres then atleast provide us with such faculties in school that will help us to crack exams like IIT JEE.We are also not interested in breaking our heads and get crushed b/w the entrance study and the school study.
 
 
# naman 2009-10-20 15:27
well mr. sibal wants us to achieve 80-85% in 12th boards simultaneously preparing for the jee 2011 well this can be made a wise decission if he also remove the extra jee topics from the 12th board syllabus and making the jee completely cbse based .than we can give importance to the boards and can clear jee at the same time . if we think in another way mr. sibal is completely right on his part as every coaching institute is grasping about rs. 1.5 lakhs from each student and leaving them nowhere in between of cbse and jee .
 
 
# Content Team 2009-10-20 10:28
yeah u are right...if this rule is implelemted then i think it will be impossible for state board students to get through JEE...

i think the government(spec ially sibal) shud use their brains while giving such rude decisions :sad:
 
 
# Mridula Mishra 2009-10-20 09:48
I am not agree with such decision. They should do some deduction in % for other state board students. They are also well genious. In this way only cbse/isce board students get the chance.
 
 
# apurv adarsh 2009-10-20 05:50
well,its a bit easy 4 da cbse students who hav ncert books in their syllabus.but wat about icse?
our books are da most uninteresting and have to learn loads of derivations and definitions.
while 'MR. MINISTER'is trying hard to curb these coaching classes monopoly.and dats a good move.
but since dese old head maggots have no idea wat we hav to go thru.
'Mr.MINISTER DID YOU EVER SIT FOR A JEE EXAM?'
wat bout da STATE BOARD students, they hardly get 80%.
da POOR GENIUSES of villages how will they qualify?





70-75% would have been ok!!!
 
 
# Priyank Kumar 2009-10-19 21:39
This is an unacceptable proposal. What do they think students are? Learning machines? They expect us to be good students in boards as well as prepare for IIT-JEE at the same time, the latter having a humongous syllabus and the most difficult exam in the world? And whats with the "Get rid of coaching institutes" bull talk? They expect us to prepare for JEEs all by ourselves AND cope up with school-schedule ((most of them hardly co-operate with JEE aspirants and demand we pay great attention to hardly useful or productive activities in the name of "extra-curricul ars")) AND do very nicely in board exams.This is a stupid idea based on ignorant notions and almost inhumane expectations from students.People who approve of it are no more than pseudo-intellec tual dumb asses who have only one mugged up filmy line about students is that they should pay more attention to their studies and work hard and do whatever the system wants them to no matter how realistically possible it is.

Most of the teachers in almost all schools in India are hardly qualified to teach the ABCs for JEEs and, most of them just come in babble out mugged up lines and leave the classroom hardly caring about whether students have understood the topic or not. They are not dust compared to coaching institutes' teachers and this Sibal calls the latter "shops", maybe he is just insecure that there are institutions on which students rely that are not under his control Most of the schools consume up students' time with unnecessary 100% unproductive and unfruitful activities and subjects that we will hardly have any use for and there are idiots who think it should be easy for an aspirant to get 80-85% marks in boards.

The naive shit-heads who think mugging-up is not necessary to get 85% in boards while preparing IIT-JEEs syllabus need to wake up and get a reality check.
 
 
# tommy 2012-10-18 04:48
nailed it!
 
 
# apurv adarsh 2009-10-19 16:05
good move....