The Justice D. Murugesan Commission, constituted by the Tamil Nadu government to look at the socio-economic situations of government school students, has really useful that they be given “preferential treatment” in admission to government quota seats in professional programs (aside from drugs).
The retired decide of the Delhi High Court submitted an 84-page report to Chief Minister M.Ok. Stalin on Tuesday in the presence of Higher Education Minister Ok. Ponmudi, Chief Secretary V. Irai Anbu and senior officers.
A supply privy to the report informed The Hindu, “The Commission has recommended preferential treatment to State government school students in professional courses… without affecting the reservation scheme in place.” It favoured earmarking a sure proportion of government quota seats at self-financing professional schools for these students.
“The report has presented the options available before the State government to implement its recommendations. One of the options is to go in for an executive order,” the supply stated.
Low admission price
The report mentioned how solely about 2% of government school students have been being admitted to Anna University and fewer than 10% to State-run engineering schools. Their admission to different universities was solely 5%-6%, and in the case of regulation schools, it was additional low, it identified. It studied knowledge on these students supplied by the Chief Educational Officers.
The report additionally mentioned how students from rural areas and the downtrodden sections have been depending on State-run colleges and highlighted the necessity to enhance them.
It really useful measures to enhance government colleges by incorporating know-how.