Since last September, Tamilnadu had been facing a huge elevation in the amount of political parties, with everyone ready to take their share of Democracy. In January, Immediately after Jallikattu Protest more than 10 new political parties were formed by the youths. Then, when ADMK was split it paved a way for new political parties. With BJP trying to stand in Tamilnadu politics and Actors Kamal and Rajinikanth having their own agenda of entering politics had taken up the number of politicians in Tamilnadu a steep raise. The already existing Parties like DMK, Communist, Viduthalai Siruththaigal, Puthiya Tamizhagam along with many competing political parties and non-competing political parties (also known as letter pad parties) had already crossed a count of 200 plus political parties in total. It does not include the independent candidates in their local area election. In short, Tamilnadu is now swarming with Political parties and Politicians all over. Whereas, common people need to fix their agenda whether to go for a agitation or to work… Tamilnadu youths have once again joined hands together to create a new kind of questionnaire called – Appeet – A People’s Political Eligibility Entrance Test, Nothing but a entrance test to expose the candidates mentality to the people.
Seems Interesting, Right??? The agenda of the questionnaire is still more different. The mark givers are people themselves. When NEET is announced, the main reason they said was to produce quality Doctors. If doctors need quality, doesn’t our leaders need??? The Syllabus is based on CBSE and NEET exam style, since Central and State Governments consider CBSE as quality exam by supporting NEET and Navodhaya. APPEET will also have a questionnaire with 160 Questions Objective Type, with minus marks for wrong answers. 30 of the remaining marks will be split off as 3 x 10 mark questions on their Core, Stand and Execution. This marks could minus your other marks if you had been careless. That’s all. Total, 190 and that’s all for the questions??? What about the remaining 10 marks??? That’s the real catch. The remaining 10% will be given only if 30% of their voters give consent. For Example, If a person is standing for counsellor, 30% of ward members should give consent for him to get the 10 marks. The bigger the position is more people have to be satisfied.
If you are jumping to roof that it is the best, do learn the eligibility of the people too… People should vote for anyone who gains 170 marks despite of their likings, leaders, religion, caste, creed, money etc. That is the only vow they have to make. When speaking of exams, we need to know about syllabus. Sure there is, General Knowledge, Law, Agriculture, Understanding Ruling government Objectives and Constructive planning – 160 marks will be divided equally among these five categories. Why such hate, the creators claim People vote for a government based on their promises. That’s trust. Denial or changing stands leave people hurt and distressed. Also, the people as well as political parties should also gain a knowledge about CBSE questionnaire. Vote only once despite of whatever you believe or trust, including star value, caste, creed, religion or policies – We could have a government which understands people and works for them. This could be the main trust for a plan like this…
Questions will only be in General Language English, and in a format that would suit and can be used in any state in India. Everything’s right, When will be the question paper be published??? Probably by September last week or October first week. IF WE NEED A CHANGE, CHANGE… Suppose if it had been accepted by wider public, Name any state – Any public can compete with a Star Studded actor, Political hierarchy, Money or Power and become a Chief Minister or maybe even the Prime Minister… Only thing is it depends on the Quality of the questionnaire. Let’s wait and see… Am eager to see it, aren’t you???