Students Divided On Caste Basis

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Action Initiated Against Chennai School Dividing Students Based On Caste

In a bizarre incident, Chennai's primary school divided students on the basis of their castes into three batches to follow the covid-19 protocols. Further, the school maintained the attendance register on the same basis. However, action was taken against the school by the Greater Chennai Corporation. The Director of Centre for Policy and Development Studies, C Rajeev told IANS, "Stringent action must be taken against those who have erred."

Sun, 07 Nov 2021 - 01:27 PM / by Nehal Surana

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