New order for teachers:
Schools in Tamil Nadu have been closed for a year and a half due to the spread of corona. Thus students are learning lessons only online and through educational television.
Direct classes have started in many states as the second wave reaches its final stage. The opening of schools in Tamil Nadu was also discussed at the consultation meeting held yesterday.
In this context, a review meeting was held online with the participation of District Primary Education Officers across Tamil Nadu. In this, the Commissioner of School Education Nandakumar shared his opinions.
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“There are elementary schools one km away and middle schools 3 km away. We need to increase the number of students in government schools in every district. In the current academic year, more than 5 lakh students are enrolled in Panchayat Union Primary and Secondary Schools. The details of the enrolled students must be uploaded on the EMIS website.
A single teacher near Karur has enrolled 450 students in the school. Similarly, other teachers should approach parents and encourage students to increase enrollment. Those who want to join from private school should not be denied admission. In all schools, a ‘high-tech’ laboratory must be operational. If the school building is unfinished, it should be completed immediately. It is necessary to inspect whether the toilets are fully constructed, ”he said
An official announcement has been made after the Chief Minister held consultations with MK Stalin’s officials regarding the next curfew in Tamil Nadu. When the DMK government came to power, the spread of corona was rapidly reduced and people returned to normal life. Daily damage has risen from 36 thousand to 1850 in a short period of time.
While all work is going on as usual, the ban continues only on certain areas such as schools, colleges, theaters and bars. Demands continue to be made to reopen schools and colleges as the impact is reduced.
Chief Minister Stalin today suggested opening schools and colleges in Tamil Nadu as they have opened in other states. It is said that direct classes will be started first for students of 9th to 12th class. An order has been issued to make it compulsory for all teachers to come to schools from August 2.
In Tamil Nadu, the impact is slowly increasing in the last couple of days. The government will take this into account. The news is as colorful as the third and fourth wave. In this case, the parents and teachers will hold a consultation meeting by August 15 and the decision will be announced by Chief Minister Stalin in his Independence Day speech on August 15. They say 9th to 12th grade schools may open on August 20th in that category.