Plus Two exams in TN postponed due to rising Covid cases

Chennai: The Tamilnadu government has announced that Plus Two board exams is postponed in view of the rising cases of Covid-19 in the State.

An official release said, the ongoing practical exams will be held as scheduled. All college and university professors are advised to take online classes and all government and private college and university exams should be conducted online.

The government also banned holding of summer camps in view of the sharp increase in cases.

Amid rapid increase in the corona positive cases, the Tamilnadu government on Sunday announced stricter restrictions that included night curfew from 20 April and total lockdown on all Sundays, till further orders.

The government’s fresh restrictions to prevent spread of the virus, came hours after Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaiswami held a meeting with Chief Secretary Rajeev Ranjan, Health Secretary J Radhakrishnan and senior officials of the government.

An official release said night curfew will be imposed all over the State from 10 pm to 4 am and total lockdown will be in force on all Sundays.

 

NT Bureau