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

First Published Jun 8, 2020, 6:28 PM IST
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 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
 

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

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

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

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

 The government decided conducting the exams from June 15
 

 The government decided conducting the exams from June 15
 

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

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

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

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

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

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

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