Tamil Nadu to sponsor 7.5% of students under government school quota


Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MP Stalin announced on Monday that the state government will cover the expenses of all students admitted to vocational and other courses under the public school student quota. 7.5%.

Speaking to the Anna University campus, he asked to provide award letters to a few students who have been admitted to various programs under the quota. Under this, the cost of counseling, tuition and board would be borne by the state government and urged students to take advantage of this opportunity.

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The move is expected to benefit around 10,000 students who will be admitted to engineering programs and another 350 students who will be admitted to other professional programs such as fisheries, law and agriculture during the academic year. In progress.

CM Stalin said that the period of current government will be considered the golden age of technical education in the state, just as the reign of K. Kamaraj has been hailed as the golden age of school education in Tamil Nadu. He said that the period of Kalaignar Karunanidhi was praised for the promotion of college education.

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He said: “It would give me the greatest happiness if, in a few years, a person meets me in a remote village and says to me:” It is because of the decree of the government that you issued that I been placed in a large company or that I have created a company “.

Minister of School Education Anbil Mahesh Poyyamozhi, Minister of Higher Education K. Ponmudi and Minister of Health Ma Subramanian were also present in the program.

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