Minister Thangam Thennarasu stated steps are additionally being taken to make sure Tamil translation of government recordsdata
Thangam Thennarasu, Minister for Tamil Official Language, Tamil Culture and Archaeology, on Thursday stated instant measures are being taken to make sure that Tamil is used as an official language for communication throughout government places of work in districts.
Addressing reporters after a overview assembly on the functioning of the Tamil Development Department in Chennai, he stated that steps are additionally being taken to make sure Tamil translation of government recordsdata. “The Chief Secretary has given an instruction to ensure translation of government files in Tamil. Officials would be appointed for the purpose and there would be a nodal officer to monitor the progress of this,” Mr. Thennarasu stated.
He stated underneath the Central Institute of Classical Tamil (CICT), an endowment was created by former Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi for gifting away yearly money awards of ₹10 lakh to Tamil students; nevertheless this was not given by the next AIADMK government. Mr. Thennarasu stated the DMK government would resume giving the money awards and a committee has been shaped to advocate names, and the Chief Minister is predicted to make an announcement quickly.
Granting of help to Tamil students at once and correct upkeep of statues of Tamil students had been the opposite points mentioned, he added. The Central Institute of Classical Tamil, will proceed to run as an autonomous establishment.
“The current location of CICT in Taramani is not in proper shape. A new building is being constructed at Perumbakkam. Once the construction is over, the Institute would be shifted to the new building,” the Minister added.