Half-yearly exams won’t be done online, Sengottaiyan clarifies

Half-yearly exams won’t be done online, Sengottaiyan clarifies

ERODE: The Tamil Nadu school education minister K A Sengottaiyan said that he will hand over the reports on reduced subjects to the chief minister Edappadi K Palaniswami on Monday. “The detailed announcement will be made within five days after handing over the report to the CM,” he said. Sengottaiyan participated as the chief guest in various government functions and inaugurated Rs 6.19 crore worth of various schemes and projects in Gobichettipalayam assembly segment on Saturday. Talking to the media persons after the event, the minister further hinted of a rumour circulating on social media that the upcoming half-yearly examination will be conducted online. “I did not receive any such information and it’s totally wrong,” he said.
Asking about implementing the new educational policy in 2023, the minister replied that the officials from the department were conducting meetings with the teachers, parents and educational experts and analysts across the state. “Decision will be made based on the suggestions given by them,” he replied.
Minister of home affairs Amit Shah recently visited Chennai as part of his schedule and conducted talks with the ruling party heads including the CM Edappadi K Palaniswami and the deputy CM O Paneerselvam. He told the media persons that the alliance between BJP and AIADMK will continue in the upcoming Tamil Nadu Assembly elections too.

Pointing out this announcement, the reporters questioned Sengottaiyan that the vote bank for AIADMK will be reduced or increased because of this alliance. Answering this, the minister replied that the vote bank will be decided by the people and it’s in their hand. “Everyone will know about it after the election,” he said.
Source From : Times Of India

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