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Students register with employment exchange

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Higher secondary marks sheets distributed; teachers given training in online registration facility

— Photos: K. Ganesan

Empowering:Students receiving their Plus Two mark sheets at E.V.R. Nagammai Corporation Girls Higher Secondary School in the city; students registering online with the Employment Exchange at a school in the city on Wednesday.


MADURAI: It was a day of empowerment for the students who had just passed Plus-Two.

On Wednesday, not only they got their Plus-Two marks sheets but also for the first time got the chance to register online with the Employment Exchange right in their school itself immediately.

Though there were initial problems in connecting to the employment website of Tamil Nadu Government, the school teachers patiently sat through before their systems as students queued up to register their names after collecting their mark sheets in respective schools.

The State Government on Tuesday announced that online registration with employment exchange was enabled in respective schools for about 15 days for the convenience of higher secondary students to save time and avoid expenses/transport hardship.

“This is a good move by the State Government and is easy for both students and their parents. After registering the student's particulars, we will give them online registration slip,” said K. Vellathai, Headmistress, E.V.R. Nagammai Corporation Girls Higher Secondary School here.

As the higher secondary marks sheets were distributed, the school staff began the online registration work on website - www.tnvelaivaippu.gov.in- of their students.

School teachers were given two-day training recently to implement this facility which is a joint initiative of Department of School Education, Department of Employment and Training and the IT Department.

Huge response

The response from students for online registration with employment exchange was huge at the O.C.P.M. Girls Higher Secondary School here.

Initial hiccups

Since the initial hiccups were there with website connectivity, the school authorities themselves had taken the particulars of students and asked them to come after two days for collecting the registration slip.

“Even though this is busy admission time for us, we have deputed a few teachers for online registration work keeping in mind the students' interest. We took the photocopies of ration cards from them and other particulars required for employment registration,” C. Udayakumari, Headmistress, OCPM Girls School, has said.

There was a sigh of relief for the staff of District Employment Office in K. Pudur here.

“Actually this is a peak time for us as every year we even had police to control the rush. This year, everything is smooth and a matter of convenience for the students too,” a senior official said.

After completing the registration process, the schools will hand over a complete set to the employment exchange.

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