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Kovai shocker: Despite charges of sexual assault against principal, correspondent of deaf school, desperate parents want same management to reopen school ASAP

Parents are worried students will be unable to get admissions in other schools and will have to unfairly and unnecessarily miss out on a year

Published on 21st June 2017
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Board exams to be compulsory for class 5 and class 8 students in TN despite public opposition

Training will be provided for all students for three years to help them perform well in the exams. No student will be detained in that time period, said School Education Minister KA Sengottaiyan

Published on 28th November 2019
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Tamil Nadu Government does U-turn and cancels public exams for Classes 5, 8  

The schools will go back to the exam system that is already in place for the students, the circular from the School Education department said  

Published on 4th February 2020
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24 students from private agriculture college in TN test positive for COVID over two days

 Though colleges were asked to conduct classes online, some universities were conducting practical examinations

Published on 29th March 2021
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Tamil Nadu CRRI medicos to boycott work in protest against extension of internship period

DME stated that though the internship of the CRRIs ends in March 2021, in view of the COVID pandemic the period may be extended

Published on 31st March 2021
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'Smooth' polling underway in TN amid tight security, 26 per cent polling till 11 am

There are 10,813 vulnerable polling stations and 537 critical and webcasting is being done from '50 per cent' of the polling stations

Published on 6th April 2021
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Stalin questions the need to conduct NEET PG exams amid increased Coronavirus spread 

In a tweet, Stalin, whose party is a vocal critic of NEET, pointed out at the cancellation of CBSE class X exams "due to the second wave" of COVID-19

Published on 15th April 2021
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TN's new Higher Education Minister holds a PhD and three master's degrees 

K Ponmudi will be the most educated minister of the cabinet. The School Education Minister Anbil Mahesh holds an MCA degree

Published on 6th May 2021
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Privacy of school students at stake in TN? School education department accused of selling students' details to colleges

Sources alleged that the department's officials have been selling data of Class X and Class XII students to colleges

Published on 12th July 2021
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Hundreds of TN assistant nurses hold protest in Chennai to demand government jobs. Here's why

Few of the nurses were detained by police before entering the campus and are kept at a nearby marriage hall

Published on 13th July 2021
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Schools to reopen for classes 9-12 in Uttarakhand on Monday and for classes 6-8 on August 16

All schools have been asked to sanitise their premises thoroughly and give entry to students only after their thermal screening and hand sanitising at the gates

Published on 1st August 2021
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Tamil Nadu to extend doorstep healthcare scheme to urban areas

The scheme was first launched in Krishnagiri district by Chief Minister Stalin on August 4, 2021 and has proved to be effective in the rural areas

Published on 24th September 2021
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Madras HC asks TN Govt to allow students who cleared the JEE Main to participate in BArch counselling

The petitioners stated that till the academic year 2020-21, the students who cleared the aptitude test conducted by th NATA) and JEE (Main) Test were considered eligibile for BArch course

Published on 27th October 2021
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Madras High Court pulls back order allowing JEE students to apply for BArch. Here's why

This comes two days after the state allowed JEE-pass students to participate in BArch counselling. This is what will happen with the counselling now

Published on 29th October 2021
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With 1,450 new MBBS seats sanctioned, Tamil Nadu nears 10k mark for medical aspirants

The new 1,450 MBBS seats would take the total number of medical seats in the state to 9,100

Published on 29th October 2021

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