According to the education minister of Tamil Nadu, alumni will be included in school administration committees.
As to J Kumaragurubaran, the secretary of the school education department, past students have contributed a total of Rs 3 crore towards government schools so date.
CHENNAI: On Tuesday, Anbil Mahesh Poyyamozhi, the minister of school education, announced that the department would take action to involve former students from government schools in the relevant school management committees. As part of the “Vizhuthugal” project, he was giving a speech at a conference for government school alumni, in which over 3,000 former students took part.
6.42 lakh former students enrolled to be a member of the alumni forum as part of the department’s initiative to boost community participation in government schools throughout the state. Out of them, four lakh students—2,500 of whom are from almost 100 countries—have indicated that they would be willing to help the building of infrastructure. According to the department, almost two lakh students have shown their willingness to volunteer. As to J Kumaragurubaran, the secretary of the school education department, past students have contributed a total of Rs 3 crore towards government schools so date.
Additionally, Anbil Mahesh read aloud a statement from the chief minister asking previous pupils to mentor current ones. on accordance with Minister Udhayanidhi Stalin’s recommendation, he continued, the department will attempt to incorporate two to five former students on management committees. He also noted a number of activities that the alumni of government schools had undertaken.