New Rules and Regulation for Online Class – Separate Help Line for School Students will be Created – Tamil Nadu Chief Minster MK Stalin Announced that New Rules and Regulation will be formulated for Online Class in One Week and Separate Helpline will be created for school Students to complain about misbehaviour happening during the online class. MK Stalin also warned that If teachers misbehave to students during online classes, they will be punished under POCSO act. Many Other regulation about online classes announced by Tamil Nadu CM.
Recently, A School Teachers allegedly misbehaved with students in WhatsApp and Online Class. This activity raised many questions against the online classes. So, CM MK Stalin conducted meeting on the basis of recent reports on the functioning of online classes. Major Announcement were made in that meeting to regulate the online classes and prevent school students form such misbehaviour conducted by some teachers. CM said that within week new set of rules will be announced to regulate the online classes.
TN CM MK Stalin announced that the classes conducted online must be recorded by the respective schools. These records should be reviewed from time to time by a committee consisting of two representatives from the relevant school administration and parent-teacher association. This regulation must come to act within one week. And also announced that Separate helpline will be created for School Students for reporting their complaints.
MK Stalin also said “A committee consisting of the Commissioner of School Education, the Director of College Education, the Computer Crime Prevention Unit, police officers on crimes against women and children, educators and psychologists will be set up to formulate guidelines for Online Classes”. If any one of the teachers doesn’t follow these rules then they will be arrested Under POCSO Act.
During the consultation meeting, Chief Secretary V. Irai Anbu, Director General of Police JK Tripathi, Additional Chief Secretary of Home Affairs SK Prabhakaran, Principal Secretary of the Department of Higher Education Dheeraj Kumar, Principal Secretary of School Education Kakarla Usha, including the chief minister’s secretaries, attended.MK Stalin inspected the unpleasant incidents that took place in an internet class in Chennai and warned that such incidents should not happen again and legal action will be taken against those involved.
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