Schools have been instructed to show the quantity of seats out there prominently on campus and particulars of colleges and seats out there can be found at district training places of work, A. Karuppasami, Director of Matriculation Schools mentioned
Over 22,000 applications have been received for admissions underneath the Right to Education (RTE) Act in Tamil Nadu, after the admission course of started on Monday earlier this week.
The Tamil Nadu School Education Department started the admission course of on-line, on a portal arrange for the identical and on July 5, over 9,000 applications had been submitted by dad and mom.
Under the RTE Act, 25% of seats in entry-level courses in personal colleges are reserved for college students from economically weaker sections of the society. While the RTE admissions had been delayed final 12 months and commenced solely in August, the School Education Department this 12 months started the admission course of in July and can proceed to obtain applications until August 3.
“Schools across districts have been instructed to display the number of seats available prominently on campus and details regarding the schools as well as seats available are available in the district education offices. For parents who do not have access to an internet connection, designated staff at these education department offices are helping them out with the application process,” mentioned A. Karuppasami, Director of Matriculation Schools. He mentioned that extra dad and mom have been anticipated to use in the approaching weeks and that the division anticipated candidates to spike up once more in August earlier than the final date.
Eligible candidates will probably be notified by August 9 and colleges which have extra candidates than the quantity of seats out there could have a draw of tons to decide on candidates.