Tamil Nadu govt rejects three-language formula in new NEP 2020. The Tamil Nadu government rejected the Centre’s three-language formula in the new National Education Policy (NEP) 2020 and said there will not be any deviation from the two-language policy already being followed in the state. Tamil Nadu CM said in a statement, he said in a statement the state has been following the two-language policy for several decades and that there will be no change in it.
Tamil Nadu will never allow the Centre’s three-language policy. The state will continue with its dual language policy (of Tamil and English),” the chief minister said. “The three-language formula in the NEP is painful and saddening. The Prime Minister (Narendra Modi) should reconsider the three-language policy,” CM said.
“The three-language formula in the NEP is painful and saddening. The Prime Minister (Narendra Modi) should reconsider the three-language policy” he added. he requests the Prime Minister to consider Tamil sentiments and allow states to pursue their own language policy as per the states’ respective ideology.
The State will never allow the three-Language Formula under the New Education Policy 2020 (NEP), said Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami. He appealed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to allow States to implement their own language policy.
Earlier, the State government opposed the Centre’s idea of imposing conditions for granting additional borrowing limits that have been approved for the State government by the Union Finance Ministry.
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