Tamil Nadu: Compulsory pass from Class 1 to 11th – In case of Violation against Order will be Punished – Department of Education Warned to Private Schools. Tamil Nadu School Education Department was declared that the Class 1st to Class 11th Students are promoted to the next level even without any Examinations. In this situation the Department of School Education has advised private schools not to violate the compulsory pass order for students in grades 1 through 11.
As the corona spread has intensified in Tamil Nadu, a full curfew has been imposed. Thus schools are given holidays and lessons are conducted online for students. In addition, the Government of Tamil Nadu has ordered the students from 1st to 11th class to pass the examination without any examination.
Meanwhile, there have been allegations that some private schools conduct exams for students online and pass on the basis of that score. In addition, various irregularities are said to be taking place in awarding final marks to high school and upper class students.
Complains about the Examination
The Government of Tamil Nadu has ordered to pass the examinations for other classes except +2 due to Corona spread. Schools operating in violation of the state notice will be prosecuted.
In addition, it is advised to follow the relevant guidelines issued by the government in awarding final marks. Parents can lodge complaints with the District Primary Education Alu Valakam.
Therefore, the Tamil Nadu school education authorities will take appropriate action against private schools that conduct examinations in violation of government orders. Action will also be taken against schools that engage in malpractice in awarding marks to higher classes. Parents can lodge complaints with the district education office.