Madras high court slams Tamil Nadu government over plans to conduct Class 10 exams

First Published 8, Jun 2020, 6:28 PM

 The bench also lashed out at the state government, highlighting that conducting the Class X exams was unlike the re-opening of the TASMAC (state-run liquor outlets) during the lockdown
 

<p>Tamil Nadu government was questioned by the Madras high court over the plans of conducting Class 10 board exams</p>

Tamil Nadu government was questioned by the Madras high court over the plans of conducting Class 10 board exams

<p>The court questioned the government asking how the state government could consider conducting exams when the government has not decided to open schools and colleges until COVID-19 situation subsides</p>

The court questioned the government asking how the state government could consider conducting exams when the government has not decided to open schools and colleges until COVID-19 situation subsides

<p> The government decided conducting the exams from June 15<br />
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 The government decided conducting the exams from June 15
 

<p>The court also asked the government to state the reason behind the hurry in conducting exams amid rising COVID-19 cases in the state<br />
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The court also asked the government to state the reason behind the hurry in conducting exams amid rising COVID-19 cases in the state
 

<p>Tamil Nadu has seen 31,667 COVID-19 cases, of which 14,396 are active</p>

Tamil Nadu has seen 31,667 COVID-19 cases, of which 14,396 are active

<p> The state has also been seeing a daily increase of over 1,000 cases over the past week</p>

 The state has also been seeing a daily increase of over 1,000 cases over the past week

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