Central government Idea for Tamil Nadu to Conduct 12th board Exam in two phases: According to School Education Minister Mahesh, guidelines have been formulated to conduct the Plus 2 examination in two phases, as proposed by the Central Government.
Following consultation with the authorities, Mahesh was interviewed in the General Secretariat: Various standards for online education have previously been established in order to prevent any irregularities or irregularities in ‘online’ classes for school students. They’ve already been delivered to classrooms. Teachers and schools will be instructed to follow the directions for online classes in the following days. In Chennai, police are looking into a sexual assault case involving a pupil from a private school.
A separate committee will be formed to look into teacher sexual harassment concerns. Similarly, a ‘Visa’ Committee will be formed to investigate teacher complaints. Some suggestions were made during a Central Government conference for conducting the Plus 2 examination in two phases. As a result, the Tamil Nadu government has developed criteria for conducting the Plus 2 examination twice.
The instructions will be issued once the Chief Minister’s authorization for the Plus 2 examination has been received. The Plus 2 exam will be given after the corona spread is finished. The government will make all necessary provisions till the pupils arrive at the examination centre securely and return home. ‘Need’ is not, in our opinion, the best entrance option. The Assembly will pass a resolution regarding the selection of NEET. When it comes to the selection of the Director of School Education, the Principal’s administrative decision is final, As the Minister said it.
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