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Tamil Nadu govt to hunt the advice of parents, teachers sooner than reopening colleges, says sing schooling minister

Tamil Nadu School Training and Adolescence Welfare Minister KA Sengottaiyan on Monday talked about a resolution on reopening colleges in the sing shut because the COVID-19 enforced lockdown would be taken by the chief minister after solutions are obtained from parents and college students.

A closing resolution on reopening colleges may be taken by the Chief Minister Okay Palaniswami, he told newshounds at Gobichettipalayam shut to Chennai after inaugurating the distribution of Rs 2,500 cash and reward bog down to ration card holders.

“On behalf of the School Training Department, solutions may be obtained from parents, college students and from Fogeys-Lecturers Associations also about reopening of the colleges in Tamil Nadu. They’ll be gathered except this weekend,” the minister talked about.

Schools in the sing bear been closed because the nation-huge lockdown used to be imposed in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic in March closing.
The Minister talked about handy examinations for Classes 10 to 12 may be performed and the agenda would be released quickly.

Sengottaiyan talked about in Erode district by myself 7,10,966 ration card holders would receive Rs 2,500 cash and reward bog down for the Pongal festival.
He also talked about the free gives would be given except 13 January in the PDS retailers.

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