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It is humble suggestion to the CM of TN. Most of the private schools in TN are administered for commercial purposes. The decipline and morality became questionable in these schools. The recent Kallakuruchi school incident is remarkable. Better keep only grant aided schools and bring them under government' s direct watching. The self support schools are thinking it is their property and nobody can question them. All these self support schools are having political backing. So better keep only aided schools and close all the self support schools. more  

How can it happen when many politicians are running schools like Kanimozhi, maran, arcot veerasamy and many more. already Neet is opposed because Medical colleges run by politicians are suffering. Also what about govt school standard now for them to take good private schools. They are simply not capable to handle. more  
It would be better if all private schools are taken over by the State. In UK Education and Health services are still in the hands of Govt whete it is quite opposite here. more  
Good Suggestion, 90% of schools like that. more  
Not likely to happen. Some of these schools are run by the chief minister's close family members. Or perhaps these schools and those run by his cronies will receive exemption and others will be grabbed by them. You must be quite naive to give such a suggestion, given that TN politicians have brought higher education to new lows; be it technical or medical, with money-making the sole aim. Except for a few honorable exceptions like VIT of course. more  
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