K’taka Edu Min Suresh Kumar visits Polali temple after successful completion SSLC exam


Team Udayavani, Jul 10, 2020, 2:24 PM IST

Bantwal: Minister for Education S Suresh Kumar visited the Polali Rajarajeshwari Temple in the taluk here in the wake of the successful completion of the State’s SSLC examination amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.

Speaking at the occasion, the minister stated that the examinations were held without any problems by the blessing of the goddess. So I thanked the goddess on behalf of all the children in the State.

On the issue of online classes and reopening of schools, the minister stated that the high court has already issued orders that online education should not be made compulsory and extra fees should not be charged. Adding that as per the Central government schools should not start before the end of July.

Hence, we will discuss with experts and parents on the issue and will take a final decision.

At the temple, the minister also met Kaushik, who had written the SSLC exam through his foot.

He inquired with Kaushik and told him that he is an inspiration to him and also took a photo with him.

MLA Rajesh Naik was also present.

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