Tamil Nadu Department of School Education: Kindergarten Schools Closed from Current Academic Year!!!

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Tamil Nadu Department of School Education Kindergarten Schools Closed from Current Academic Year!!!
Tamil Nadu Department of School Education Kindergarten Schools Closed from Current Academic Year!!!

Tamil Nadu Department of School Education: Kindergarten Schools will be Closed from Current Academic Year.To improve enrolment in elementary level classes in government institutions, LKG UKG lessons were launched in 2381 Anganwadis in 2018. As a result, the number of pupils enrolled has increased. From the start of the next academic year, LKG and UKG classes will be closed. The school education department has also announced that LKG UKG sessions will not be held.

To recruit more pupils to government schools, an English medium education initiative is being implemented. During the former AIADMK regime, LKG and UKG classes were introduced in government schools in order to recruit more pupils. LKG and UKG lessons were started and run in 2,381 schools for this purpose.Teachers from the Department of Elementary Education were transferred. The parents were pleased, and they enrolled in LKG UKG classes across Tamil Nadu.

Both of these classes will not be offered in the coming academic year, according to the Department of Education. Teachers hired for these programmes have also been returned to their previous positions in elementary and middle schools.

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In the Anganwadis, kindergarten lessons have already been held. LKG and UKG classes were established by transferring children to government schools in order to regularise and improve it. The Department of Social Welfare is now working to get the kindergarten classes back up and running.

Last February, it was announced that LKG and UKG classes would be discontinued. The school education department denied it at the time, and it is almost inevitable that the LKG UKGs will close due to a lack of students. The Department of Education and the Department of Social Welfare have both confirmed this information.

Due to the closing of LKG UKG classes, students who were previously able to enrol in public schools are now being compelled to re-enroll in private schools at higher prices. Action has been taken. The closing of LKG UKG classrooms has resulted in a decline in enrollment in government schools’ elementary level classes.

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