TamilNadu: A public hearing was held on the opening of schools
The education minister, Sengotian, said the final decision will be announced on the 12th day after the chief minister spoke with Edapadi Palanismi about opening schools in Tamil Nadu.
As schools are closed in TamilNadu, the government has decided to open state and private schools from the 16th to the end of the year. But since the Corona epidemic has not yet widened, DMK’s opposition parties and academics have protested the government’s announcement. There was a meeting to comment on when to open schools.
At the time, Minister Sengotian, who met with reporters yesterday, said: “Attention meeting was held yesterday to open schools”. Only 45% of parents attended the poll.
The final decision will be announced on the 12th day after the Chief Minister talks with Edapadi Palanisami about opening the schools. The work on behalf of the school education department will be carried out in a timely manner.
Schools have been cleaned and disinfected in classrooms. Students have free uniforms, books and shoes ready. 16,300 public school students are applying and training for the NEET exam.
The case for NEET’s selection is pending in court. The Tamil Nadu government’s position is to exempt NEET’s choice, ”Minister Sengotian said.