Tamil Nadu CM Edappadi K Palaniswami
CHENNAI: The Tamil Nadu authorities on Tuesday setup a 14-member committee to advise on the policy reaction on most thrust areas of that the National Education Policy, subject to the condition of Tamil Nadu continuing with its two-language policy. The committee is mandated to publish its final report at annually.
That is actually the next committee following having a seven-member committee was put up last week at the higher education section.
“The committee will advise on the implementation of the National Education Policy as if it’s pertinent to Tamil Nadu from the short, medium and long term according to resource availability,” a government arrangement stated.
Chief Union Edappadi K Palaniswami has announced that the nation will continue to stick to the two-language policy.
The committee, after due consultation with relevant stakeholders, will publish its report within a period of one year from the date of sin. It’ll submit the accounts on each of the topics as it selects before entry of the last report, or as is wanted by the authorities in the meantime, the order stated.
In his correspondence to the Union ministry for education, Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank, higher education minister K P Anbalagan reiterated the nation’s choice to continue with the two-language coverage later on too.
“The state of Tamil Nadu has ever adopted two-language policy, that has been a victory,” the ministry stated.
The committee-led by college education secretary, Dheeraj Kumar, comprises, college education commissioner Sigy Thomas Vaidhyan as member secretary, and agents of finance, social welfare and healthy meal plan, adi dravidar and tribal welfare sections, UNICEF, Tamil Nadu Teachers Education University, SRM Institute of Science and Technology, Sathyabama Institute of Science and Technology, Bharat Scouts and Guides, Tamil Nadu child rights defense commission and Sahitya Academi awardee V K Jeyashri.