Education Ministry studying proposal for secondary Tamil school

October 16th, 2012 by poobalan | View blog reactions Leave a reply »
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“currently studying the proposal”? Seriously? Are these guys trying to pull our legs? Wonder when the “study” will end.


PENANG MIC has proposed that the Government set up a Tamil secondary school in the state.

Its acting chief L. Krishnan said a memorandum on the matter had been handed over to the Education Ministry which was currently studying the proposal, reported Tamil Nesan.

Krishnan hoped the school, if it becomes a reality, would be able to provide continuous education to students from Tamil primary schools in the state.

Currently, many students from Tamil primary schools, after finishing their Year Six, end up being involved in unwanted activities as there are no one to guide them once they enter secondary schools which are alien to them, he said.

Krishnan also urged Indian non-governmental organisations to organise more activities for such students so that they would not be led astray.



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