According to a panel of experts, the curriculum has been reduced by 40 percent this year to reduce the workload of students. He also said that we would develop the curriculum to face any number of competitions for the Tamil Nadu Students.
Schools were closed last March due to the spread of the corona. As the situation is not good, schools’ opening is being postponed and classes are being conducted online continuously. No one can say when schools will open and direct classes for students will begin.
Teachers and parents think that it is not easy to study everything at the time of examination as there are more subjects.
Speaking to reporters, Minister Sengottaiyan said an 18-member committee had been set up to reduce the number of pages for students to study only the core subjects as the school has fewer working days due to corona damage.
Minister Sengottaiyan said last week that action would be taken to reduce the subjects based on the experts’ report. In this context, speaking to reporters in Erode today, Minister Senkottayan said that according to the expert committee’s report, the curriculum has been reduced by 40 percent this year.
About 90 percent of the questions in the NEET exam is from the state curriculum. We will develop the curriculum to face any number of competitions. Students’ doubts will be resolved on Saturdays at 6 p.m.
The Corona period will bring about various changes in the sport. He said that temporary teachers who have joined as special teachers are not likely to be made permanent.