Tuesday, May 17, 2016

10th standard results (Mythri team)

10TH STANDARD RESULTS:



Every year we used to share very happy news.   Please excuse us to share 'not so happy' news this year.   Two children out of three school dropouts have passed with flying colours, one with first class and the other with second class.    Four first generation school goers out of five, have passed with flying colours, two securing first class and two with second class.  But none of the dyslexic children is able to pass this year.  At the time of joining Kaliyuva Mane, they suffered from an academic lag of 6-8 years in mainstream  schools.  May be we should have made them appear for this coveted examination, next year.   All the children and teachers have put their best efforts.  Please bear with us. The fact is there was no school for seven children in the current education system, either free or paid!  Please read the brief profiles of all the children.  All the children wrote examinations in English medium taking Kannada as 1st language, English as 2nd language & Sanskrit as 3rd language. 

A CHILD LABOURER & A SCHOOL DROPOUT EXCELS: (16 years)  Chandu stays in a hut in Ekalavyanagara on the outskirts of Mysuru.  Both her parents are not educated.  Mother does odd jobs to take care of the family, as her husband does not contribute to the family.  Having dropped out from two schools, Chandu was working as a child labourer at Bengaluru.  Due to the intervention of her relative, she joined a hostel, run by an NGO and rejoined another school, but again to drop out.   On 04-11-2012, at the age of 12 years 9 months, Chandu joined Kaliyuva Mane as a resident scholar.  She started learning from alphabets and numbers.  This year, she has passed SSLC examinations securing 58% aggregate marks. We heartily congratulate her and wish her a bright future!

An ‘OUT OF SYSTEM BOY’  EXCELS:  (15 years, 9 months) Both the parents of Yogesh Ponting are post graduates and belong to an economically middle class family.  His mother works as a Head Mistress of a convent and father as an astrologer in Chennai.  Yogesh studied in two English medium schools.  Then he joined Sadvidya High School for 8th standard.  In 9th standard, in one of the tests, the boy did not perform well.  The school authorities asked him to bring the parents to the school.  Parents wanted to see the progress report.  Yogesh refused to go the school.   The concerned parents tried for admission in other English medium schools, but in vain.  On 03-09-2014, Yogesh joined Kaliyuva Mane.  Due to fine emotional atmosphere, this year, he has passed SSLC examinations securing 72% aggregate.  We heartily congratulate him and wish him a bright future!

RURAL CHILDREN PASS IN ENGLISH MEDIUM:

Basavaraju J.V. (16 years):  Both the parents of Basavaraju are uneducated and belong to Gujjegowdana pura.  They belong to a BPL family.  On 21-05-2013, Basavaraju joined Kaliyuva Mane after completing 7th standard from a rural school, but was lagging behind in studies too much. Now he has passed SSLC examinations securing 61.3% aggregate.  We heartily congratulate him and wish him a bright future!

Shankar S. (16 years):  Shankar’s parents are slightly educated and belong to Gumachana halli on HD Kote road.   On 02-06-2014, Shankar joined Kaliyuva Mane after completing 9th standard from another school in Kannada medium, but was lagging behind in studies. Now Shankar has passed SSLC examinations securing 60% aggregate marks. We heartily congratulate him and wish him a bright future!

Santosh C. (16 years):  Santosh’s parents are not educated and belong to Kenchalagudu village.  Santosh is a first batch student of Kaliyuva Mane.  Now he has passed SSLC examinations securing 53% aggregate marks. We heartily congratulate him and wish him a bright future!

Ravi Kumara S. (16 years,8 months) :  Ravi’s parents are not educated and belong to a rural area.  Ravi completed 7th standard from a Kannada medium rural school, but was lagging behind in studies. Later he joined Kaliyuva Mane on 07-06-2013.  Now Ravi has passed SSLC examinations securing 50% aggregate marks.  We heartily congratulate him and wish him a bright future!


BRIEF PROFILES OF CHILDREN WHO COULD NOT COMPLETE:

Santosh N. (18 years):  Santosh’s parents are illiterates and belong to Srirampura village. He was studying in a rural school.  As he could not cope up with the expected pace of learning, he started going to school once in a while.  His parents brought him to Kaliyuva Mane on 17-07-2009.  After a year, Santosh was taken to AIISH for an assessment.  His IQ is 79.  His mental  age was much 3 years less than his physical age of 12 years.  His academic level was at  1st standard.  He was dyslexic also.  Now he has passed in all other subjects except English.  We help him to succeed  in the next attempt. 

Chandra S. (18 years, 9 months):  Chandra’s parents are illiterates and belong to Kenchalagudu village. He passed 5th standard from a rural school, but was not in a position to identify Kannada alphabets properly.  In 2008, at an age of 11 years, Chandra joined Kaliyuva Mane.  One day, at Kaliyuva Mane, teachers noticed that  Chandra struggling with vision.  Chandra was taken to JSS for eye testing.  He has a very rare eye defect, known as NYSTAGMUS, which cannot be completely rectified by spectacles.  (Difficulty in fixation of eye ball)  In 2010, he was taken to AIISH for an assessment.  According to the report his IQ is 100, but his academic level was at 1st standard.  He is a dyslexic child.   Now he has failed in Science and Social Science.  We help him to succeed  in the next attempt.

Arun R. (18 years) :   Arun’s parents belong to Kollegala.  Father works as a lorry driver, mother works in a flour mill.  Arun completed 8th standard from two schools in Kollegala, but could not cope up with studies.  His parents brought him to Kaliyuva Mane on 23-05-2012.  He was taken to AIISH for an assessment.  His IQ was 100, but suffered from an academic lag of 6 years.  He was at an academic level of 3rd standard.  Now he has failed in Science and Mathematics.  We help him to succeed  in the next attempt.

Swastic P. (17 years, 9 months):  Swastic’s parents are educated and belong to middle class family.  Swastic studied in 3 different English medium schools, but could not cope up with the pace of teaching. His parents brought him to Kaliyuva Mane on 15-05-2013.  He had completed 9th standard from St. Thomas School.  He was taken to AIISH for an assessment.  His IQ was 100, but suffered from an academic lag of 8 years.  He was at an academic level of 1rd standard.  He was a dyslexic child.  Now he has failed in Science, Social Science and English.  We help him  to succeed  in the next attempt. 

Mahesh M.K. (18 years): Maehsh’s parents are from Mellahalli.  They belong to a rural BPL farming community.  Mahesh studied up to 4th standard and dropped out.  He joined Kaliyuva Mane on 15-05-2011.  He was 13 years  old.  He knew only to write his name in Kannada.  Now he has passed in all the subjects except Science. We help him  to succeed  in the next attempt.

Teja N. (16 years):  Teja’s parents are from Kenchalagudu.  They belong to a  BPL family.   Teja has failed in Science and English.  We help her to succeed in the next attempt.  








14 comments:

  1. Congratulations on the success. And do not be disheartened by the failure...since Failure is the stepping stone to success. All the best Kaliyuva Mane. There is always a second chance here.

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  2. Everything is possible to a willing heart. All the best KALIYUVA MANE..

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  3. Congratulations for all the student who got passed in 10th exam.
    Other's work hard try again hope for the best.

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  4. So happy and congratulate all the students who put their best effort to make this happen! Teachers, family and all other well wishers needs special mention! We do not need to be sorry or disheartened with the small step backs as they will definitely going to push our spirits up and for many more! All the best and cheers to all!

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  5. Dear Ananthakumar, need not to desperate or to excel the situation of result, they made their debut in the examination. Appearing/Attempting is securing, progressing, achieving. So happy and congratulate all the students who put their best effort to make this happen! Teachers, family and all other well wishers needs special mention! We do not need to be sorry or disheartened with the small step backs as they will definitely going to push our spirits up and for many more! All the best and cheers to all! Nagaraj volunteer, Mysore.

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  6. While the SSLC result is an important benchmark one need not decide on success or failure entirely on it. Considering the level of some of the students when they joined Kaliyuva Mane I can see that they have progressed significantly. Cross the SSLC exam might need more time in some cases. Given the persistence and commitment of you all I am sure it is a matter of time when it happens.

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  7. Dear Sri Ananthkumar,,
    Hearty Congratulations! The kids have done well and let's not even compare with other schools to measure success. The very fact that they feel secure enough in your school to come everyday and there is a place for them in the system is great. Let us praise them for the effort. If they are at class 3 level, we should only set class 4 as the goal, expecting anything so much higher is not practical and will create pressure for both students and teachers. Also, will be happy to know what individual interests and achievements these kids have in other fields like say music, sports or Art. Please post. Once again Congratulations on the great work! Dr.M.A.Jyothi, Asst Prof, RIE Mysore

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  8. Dear Sri Ananthkumar,,
    Hearty Congratulations! The kids have done well and let's not even compare with other schools to measure success. The very fact that they feel secure enough in your school to come everyday and there is a place for them in the system is great. Let us praise them for the effort. If they are at class 3 level, we should only set class 4 as the goal, expecting anything so much higher is not practical and will create pressure for both students and teachers. Also, will be happy to know what individual interests and achievements these kids have in other fields like say music, sports or Art. Please post. Once again Congratulations on the great work! Dr.M.A.Jyothi, Asst Prof, RIE Mysore

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  9. Hello, Congratulations on your goodwork. It is not credible to get a higher rank from an already intelligent student, but it is commendable from getting a success from your students. Continue the good work you are doing.

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  10. Hearty congratulation for successful students. Hearty congratulations for the teachers who have tried their best to train dyslexic students. It is not easy to train them because they are dyslexic. It needs patient teaching and patient serving.

    This is only a phase but not an end. One needs courage to meet such seeming failures. Please do not feel sorry for this. Spiritually you are being tested and strengthened by God. Even this will pass, as world is not made of absolutes. Everything is relative. I know that you will go ahead.

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  11. These children are future indicators for mankid to think more from heart and not from mind.society should accept them with a open mind

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  12. Don't worry about the failures. Success definitely will follow.

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  13. Dear Sri Ananth Kumar,
    The service the Kaliyvamane in the field of education for the children coming from the lower strata of society and troubled parenting with no financial backing has been given a have in your school and if they have achieved remarkable success in educational field it is due to the loving effort of the teachers and the guidance under your management. It is a pity that denying recognition to your school is based on faulty approach and rigid criteria which has no relationship to reality. Hope things will improve. Hearty congratulations Bapu Satyanarayana

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  14. the results doesn't describe the knowledge they have gained. continued motivation will definetly give them confidence to face the world.

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