Tamil Nadu Government’s “All-Pass” upheld by Madras High Court

Chehak Baweja
23 days ago
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Tamil Nadu Government’s “All-Pass” upheld by Madras High Court

Source: NDTV Education 


Tamil Nadu’s “All-Pass” order for students of Class 9,10 and 11 was upheld by the Madras High Court without the conduction of final exams.

 
On February 25, this year, the first bench of Chief Justice Sanjib Banerjee and Justice Senthilkumar Ramamoorthy upheld the go passed by the Education department, while disposing of a public interest writ petition from an association of teachers.


The judges said that the schools can hold aptitude tests before admitting the students in streams in Class 11. And they also directed the department to issue necessary guidelines in this regard. 


Chief Minister K Palaniswami had announced in the assembly that the students will not have to take the exams. As he declared the students "all pass" this year because of the coronavirus pandemic.


Also read: The schools are getting closed in Puducherry from March 22 to May 31

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