Tamil Nadu's CM MK Stalin calls for education in mother tongue

CHENNAI: Tamil NADU Chief Minister MK Stalin stated on Friday that educational institutions should support education in the native tongue and that initiatives should be labelled in Tamil.

In a speech at the opening of a school here, Chief Minister Stalin urged the managers of such private institutions to support teaching in the mother tongue. In addition, he stated that school-created schemes should be labelled in Tamil.

The chief minister, speaking at the opening of a new DAV Group school in Pallikaranai, emphasised that love for one's mother tongue and country is essential for everyone.

The Chief Minister praised the DAV school officials for signing a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with two government-run schools here to provide education-based assistance.

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