Chennai: Tamil Nadu’s academic community and school administrators will be waiting for government approval in the state. Neighboring Puducherry has announced to start all classes for 9th to 12th standard students as well as to start all the colleges.

Tamil Nadu school administrators are of the opinion that classes are affecting students’ learning and schools are awaiting government approval to start classes.

Principal of Bhavan Vidya Mandir School, Ashok Nagar, Chennai, K.R. Neelkanth told IANS, “The government should allow at least 12 standard classes to start. Once the class is opened in this class, we can try to reopen the class. 9 to 11 and then to the next stage of junior classes. Covid-19 cases coming down.” The number of reported and active cases has dropped, so it’s time for schools to reopen. ”


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Teachers and management are of the opinion that due to online classes, students’ physical strength as well as their social interactions are adversely affected.

Muthu Ramalingam, principal of AMRP Higher Secondary School, Madurai, told IANS, “Children have no social contact and are working online because they are the only interface machine. This affects them socially and there is no physical activity.” Frustration will come. I strongly advise reopening schools for at least standard 12 students. ”

The state government is likely to take a decision after a high-level meeting scheduled in a few days, with calls coming from different quarters to start schools in Tamil Nadu.

Sources in the Tamil Nadu education department told IANS that the departments have already informed the ministry about starting schools but they are awaiting the CM’s approval.

“I think a high-level meeting chaired by the chief minister will be held in a few days and a decision will be taken. Schools have been opened in Tamil Nadu and we expect the government to respond actively,” a senior official with the department told IANS.

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