Higher Education Minister Ponmudi on Thursday insisted that the students must not be forced to learn a third language.
“The governor should support the bilingual policy. Whereas students can learn the third language of their choice if desired. But, do not force,” the minister said. The 37th Graduation Ceremony was held at Trichy Bharathidasan University.
Governor of Tamil Nadu R.N. Ravi, minister of Higher education Ponmudi, Bharathidasan university Vice-Chancellor Selvam, Indian Institute of Social Sciences Research (New Delhi) President (Responsible) Kanakasabapathy among others participated.
Speaking on the occasion, Higher education minister Ponmudi said there were a large number of female poets during the Sangam period. In the aftermath of the cultural invasion, the education of women has been blocked and people dint allow them to shine. Nowadays again women are starting to grow and shine more independently.
More female students get graduation than male students. Sangam period is back again. There is only a bilingual policy in Tamil Nadu and the governor should support the bilingual policy. students can learn the third language of their choice if they wish, but should not be forced to learn a third language. ”
Generally, we should not force anything for students to learn. Learning should be done based on their interest.
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