Tamil language exam to be passed to get govt job

Chennai: Tamil Nadu government has made it mandatory for the state government services and state-run public sector enterprises to pass the Tamil language exam for jobs. In fact, here, the State Government has made it mandatory to get 40 per cent marks in this examination. According to a report by a well-known news agency, the state government passed an order on December 3 last Friday. On the other hand, it has been made mandatory for all candidates appearing for the competitive examination to be conducted by the State Recruitment Board to pass the Tamil examination.

Giving this information, State Finance Minister Palanivel Tyagarajan said, "The examination will be of qualifying nature and it is mandatory to score at least 40% marks in this examination to get a government job in the state. He further said, "This new policy will help in maintaining social justice. Government school students will be given importance in the recruitment process. He also said, "This order of the Tamil Nadu government does not apply to the private sector and companies are free to recruit people of their choice from anywhere.''

Moreover, Finance Minister Palanivel Tyagarajan said, "We understand the dignity of hard work, the value of labour very well. Out of a population of eight crores, only nine lakh are in government service in Tamil Nadu. The role of government employees is important and they should be from all communities and territories of the State. They need to be recruited in a proper manner and trained continuously.''

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