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Sep 17, 2020
9:04AM

Tamil Nadu govt to continue with two-language formula for education in state: CM Palaniswamy

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Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Edappadi Palaniswamy has said that the government will continue with the two-language formula for education in the state.
 
In reply to a question in state assembly, chief minister said, the government is committed to the two-language policy.

School education minister KA Sengottaiyan said, the government has formed two committees to look into all the aspects of the National Education Policy.
 
He said once the committees come out with their reports, the state government will analyse them and convey its stand to the Centre.
 
He also said the nutritious noon meal scheme will be continued in the state in the present form.

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