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200K in Addition to 1.7 Million for Tamil Schools

Indians Proud With Penang State Government

 

“In 2015, Penang State Government has allocated a total of RM100, 000 for pre schools functioning in 25 Tamil schools in Penang. The allotment was in addition to the RM 1.7 Million given out to 28 Tamil Schools,” pronounced Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng.

“I look forward to the assist that will be utilized to facilitate the Tamil pre schools and also improve Tamil education in the state,” said Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng during the presentation of Mock Cheque together with Penang Deputy Chief Minister II Dr P. Ramasamy and Batu Kawan MP Kasthuriraani Patto.

He added that the twelve-monthly allotment for Tamil schools showed that the state government was committed towards civilizing the superiority of education at Tamil schools and will raise the standard of Tamil schools by providing computers, printers, teaching support and educational toys that are appropriate for children to these 25 pre schools.

Penang Deputy Chief Minister II Dr Ramasamy said there was a decline in the numeral of Tamil pre schools, which led to the matter of smaller amount children being enrolled in Tamil primary schools. And the continued existence of Tamil schools here is at risk if this continues to take place. He also added that efforts would be made to ensure that there is an increase in salary for Tamil school teachers accordingly.

Another cheque of RM100, 000 was also offered to the Penang Tamil Schools Special Committee. Committee Chairman Datuk Dr K. Anbalakan said the money allocated would be used in the superlative potential approaches. Parent and Teacher Associations (PIBG) necessitate to persistently communicating with school principals and teachers to decide about goods and services to purchase for the utilization of the children.

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