The minister told reporters here, “In the past, migration of about 20,000 to 50,000 students to private schools has led to substantial enrollment in our schools. About 5.18 lakh students, who have opted for many private schools, have joined government schools. ”
Claiming that state government schools have scripted “history in Tamil Nadu”, Sengottayan said, there was a massive reverse exodus during Palaniswamy’s tenure as chief minister.
“It’s something that brings joy,” he said.
The minister also claimed that many sections appreciated the syllabus of government schools, saying that it was better than the syllabus of CBSE schools.
Sengottaiyan, who had earlier participated in a program organized to recognize private schools in Tirunelveli, Tenkasi, Thoothukudi and Kanyakumari districts, said the state government is ready to issue orders granting permanent recognition status to private schools.
He said that around 2,515 private schools across the state would be accredited soon.
He said that the recognition will be released from year to year on a year-to-year basis till last year.
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