As thousands of persons would visit the public libraries, they were not yet reopened on safety aspects of public during the Covid 19 pandemic situation, said Education Minister KA Sengottaiyan.
Declaring open a temporary vegetable market at the Erodu VOC Ground on Thursday, he said that over Rs 1 crore was spent to create the market having 700 shops to ensure social distancing norms during the Covid 19 period as the Corporation Nethaji Vegetable Market was more congested one.
So, the market was shifted from there to the ground. To the queries of newsmen, he said that as the CM already announced construction of a flyover at Perundurai road to reduce traffic congestion in the town, fund would be allotted for it. Now soil testing was completed..
All SSLC students would be promoted on the basis of 80 marks in the quarterly and half yearly exams and 20 marks in attendance.
An announcement on private candidates would be made later.
A 16 member committee was constituted to reduce the curriculum in school syllabus and the CM would announce on reservation in medical course. Fisheries Minister Jayakumar alone would reply on when the temples would be reopened, he added. Collector C Kathiravan, SP S Sakthiganesan, Corporation commissioner Dr M Ilangovan, MLAs KR Ramalingam and KS Thennarsu attended the function.