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Admission of students only after schools re-open: Tamil Nadu minister

Already, he said, some schools, mainly private ones, have been instructed to not release the marks of Plus-two students but some schools have done that

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Tamil Nadu | Admissions | Coronavirus

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Students undergo thermal screening before entering the examination centre in Indore on Tuesday.
Students undergo thermal screening before entering the examination centre in Indore on Tuesday.

: Minister of School

Education and Youth Development K A Sengottiyan on Wednesday said there will be no admission in government, government- aided and private schools for now because of the scare.

Only after the schools are re-opened would there be admission of students, he said.

Already, he said, some schools, mainly private ones, have been instructed to not release the marks of Plus-two students but some schools have done that.

The education department would taken action against those schools, the Minister said.

Referring to the decision of the state government to declare the Kodiveri Dam as a touristspot, he said steps have been taken in that regard at a cost of Rs 2.59 crore and the work has begun.

The Bhavani river water is stored in the Kodiveri reservoir for irrigation and drinking purposes, he said.

'Bhoomi pooja' was conducted for a number of schemes in Gobichettipalayam constituency.

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First Published: Wed, July 29 2020. 17:30 IST
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