Tamil Nadu Class 12 half-yearly exams postponed due to cyclone Michaung
Tamil Nadu Class 12: Tamil Nadu Class 10 half-yearly exams 2024 postponed due to cyclone Michaung. The exams were scheduled to begin from today for Class 11 in all districts.
The TN school education department said that the half-yearly exams will be conducted from December 11 as per the schedule announced earlier. “The exams for December 7 and 8 will be conducted on December 14 and 20,” the Times of India reported.
The Class 12 language exam will now take place on December 20, and the English exam, which was originally scheduled for December 8, will now take place on December 14.
Checking out the harm caused because of the tornado, the Tamil Nadu boss clergyman MK Stalin has looked for an interval alleviation of Rs 5,060 crore from the Middle. The northern locale of Chennai, Tiruvallur, Kancheepuram and Chengalpet are the most obviously awful hit districts in the typhoon.
“The floodwaters in Chennai’s rural areas are as yet immersed. In the field, many people are working to ensure that everyone has access to food and milk, which are essentials. We are proceeding with our field work with the expectation that the circumstance will improve soon!,” the CM posted on X.
The educational committee has planned the half-yearly tests for Classes 6 to 11. For these classes, the exams have not been postponed. After reviewing the state’s situation, the education department is expected to announce revisions to the half-yearly exams.