Tamil Nadu Government instructs Government Schools to Conduct Online Classes post-July 13

Durgesh Rai Durgesh Rai
Content Curator

Tamil Nadu government has announced that online classes for government schools will commence soon.

On Wednesday, State Education Minister, K A Sengottaiyan said that five private TV channels have agreed to telecast online classes for free.

As per the state education minister, the classes will commence after July 13 and the preparatory work for the conduct of classes is on.

The classes will be scheduled by the state-owned education channel along with the private channels who have agreed to telecast classes on a scheduled time.

Furthermore, textbooks will be distributed to students to facilitate the conduct of online classes.

Previously, Karanataka government allowed schools in the state to resume online classes for students.

Tamil Nadu Class 12 Board Exam

In the meantime, an official released in Chennai mentioned that Class 12 students who could not appear for the board exam on March 24 will be able to appear on July 27.

Students can download the hall tickets form this website www.dge.tn.gov.in from July 13 to 17. 

As per the state education minister, about 34,482 Class 12 students were unable to write their exam on March 24 and only 718 are willing to appear for the examination now.

The state government had earlier cancelled the Class 10 board exams and promoted more than nine lakh students in view of the COVID-19 situations.