Announcement of opening of schools after the curfew: Director of Primary Education | Check Details Here. The Department of Education has issued a major announcement regarding the reopening of schools after 07.06.2021 which means when Extended Curfew will be over. A curfew was declared in Tamil Nadu last March due to the spread of corona.
For students up to Plus 1, ‘All Pass’ is given without conducting any examination. The Board examination is to be held only for Plus 2 students. Admissions, which normally begin in June, also began in August. After this, the Tamil Nadu government remained silent without announcing the reopening of schools, despite gradual relaxations.
But now The Director of School Education said that they will discuss and announce when the schools will reopen after the full curfew. He also announced that all the students from 1st to 8th class in Tamil Nadu have passed and advised the principals to record the details of the students in the school register.
During this year, new IAS officers have been appointed in charge of the School Education Secretary and the Director of School Education. Officials and school principals have not yet been given any guidance. Mahesh has taken charge as the new minister. Kakarla Usha is the Principal Secretary, School Education, and IAS Officer Nandakumar is the Director. They have to consult with the directors of the department and the primary education officers.
In this case, from today (June 1), the new academic year has begun. The school has had to conduct lessons for students for the next class.
In this situation, the statement issued by the Director of Primary Education said: In Tamil Nadu, everyone from 1st to 8th class is all pass. No student should be left stagnant and no child should be expelled from school. Relaxation curfew is currently in effect due to Govt-19 infection. Therefore, the reopening of schools will be announced after the end of the unrest. In addition, students will be informed later about the provision of free textbooks and other welfare programs as soon as schools open. Thus it is said.