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TN Education Dept warns Private Schools Should on Strike and holidays are given strict action will taken

The private schools have announced that they will go on a continuous strike to protest against the looting of the school in Kallakurichi.

Chennai: Tamilnadu parents are searching about on 18th July 2022 (Monday) Private Schools will open or on strike it means holiday. There was earlier TN Private schools secretary has announces Private Schools will not open from Monday (Tomorrow) onwards.

It is said that the school management informed her parents that a 12th class student who was studying in a private school near Chinnasalem in Kallakurichi district committed suicide by jumping from the 3rd floor of the hostel. As this incident created a lot of excitement, the protestors who had protested in front of the school entered the school and looted it.

In this situation, Nandakumar, Secretary of Federation of Private Schools, has protested against this incident.

From 10 am to 2 pm today, thousands of anti-social elements gathered inside the school and set school vehicles on fire. The school has incurred a loss of approximately Rs.50 crore.

Private schools are going to go on strike from tomorrow to protest against this. Schools will not run, he said.

In this situation, the education department has ordered that action will be taken if the private schools leave holidays like this. In this regard, when the officials of the matriculation schools say.

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‘The authority to grant local leave is vested only in the district collector and the district principal education officer. These local holidays are usually observed during times of calamity, village festivals etc.

But it is illegal for private schools associations to reserve holidays for schools on their own. If the private schools leave the holidays on their own tomorrow, the concerned district primary education officers will take action as per the law,” he said.

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