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Such compulsion would disturb the students, parents
Any violation of this instruction to be viewed seriously
TIRUNELVELI: Chief Educational Officer Mary Jessie Roach has instructed all schools in the district not to compel the students to attend the special classes, usually conducted here during the summer vacation.
In a statement, Ms. Roach said the office of the CEO had received good number of complaints from the students that some of the schools were compelling them to attend the summer special classes against the wishes of the parents and the students as well.
Such compulsion would only physically and mentally disturb the parents and the students, who had recently written their final examination.
“Hence, all government and aided high and higher secondary schools and also all matriculation schools in Tirunelveli district are instructed not to compel the students to attend the special classes. Any violation of this instruction will be viewed very seriously,” Ms. Roach warned.
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