South Indian superstar turned politician and founding president of Makkal Needhi Maian (MNM), Kamal Haasan, has said the Tamil Nadu government must hold Class 12 Council exams even if they are delayed.
He called on Deputy Stalin’s government to make a decision based on the best interests of state students. The actor-politician said several prominent academics have criticized the central government’s decision to cancel Class 12 CBSE and ICSE advice due to the pandemic.
Haasan said that conducting the exams with good planning is the best method, and the grades of class 12 exams are very important for admission to professional courses as well as for admission to foreign universities.
The MNM chief said that if necessary, the exam schedule could be reduced and students should be informed well in advance about the exams.
He said administrators should take into account how Kerala has conducted the reviews.
Kamal Haasan said the government of Tamil Nadu must follow Kerala’s lead and that it is important to consider the future of students before making any decisions.
Meanwhile, with the company owner Kamal Haasan (KH) owned by actor-turned-politician Kamal Haasan not cooperating, the rating agency Crisil changed the company’s rating to CRISIL B + / Stable / Issuer Not Cooperating.
Recently, Crisil announced in a press release the migration of the proprietary KH activity to CRISIL B + / Stable (Issuer Not Cooperating).
According to Crisil, he systematically followed Kamal Haasan for information through letters and emails dated April 14, 2021 and April 19, 2021, among others, outside of telephone communication. However, the issuer remained uncooperative.
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