Tamil Nadu’s School Education Minister K Pandiarajan on Monday stated that the government did not send any direction to shut down educational institutions in the state.

In picture, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa (File Photo)

In picture, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa (File Photo)

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Some schools in Chennai declared a holiday on Monday without citing any reason after Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa’s health condition deteriorated. However, most of the schools and colleges were open on the day.

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Education Minister of Tamil Nadu

Tamil Nadu’s School Education Minister K Pandiarajan on Monday stated that the government did not send any direction to shut down educational institutions in the state.

Principal Secretary, School Director

Principal Secretary of School Education D Sabitha and Director of School Education S Kannappan also said that Monday would be a regular working day.

More on the report:

  • Schools like A M Jain in Meenambakkam, Vani Vidyalaya Senior Secondary School in KK Nagar, Thomas Parker Waller Primary School were closed
  • Schools in Coimbatore did not declare a  holiday as there was no instruction from the education department
  • As per reports, Anna University and Madras University will conduct the examinations as per schedule
  • Parents and students faced confusion as several messages with contradictory information circulated on social networking sites since Sunday evening.
  • source”cnbc”