TN executive’s training channel to release on Monday


A TV channel dedicated to Tamil Nadu college students will start its operations on Monday. Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami will launch the channel.

According to reports, Kalvi Tholaikkatchi (Education TV) will telecast programs daily from 6 am to 9.30 pm. The programs may be primarily based on board examination training for college students, employment information and opportunities for teens, and professional guidance information.

A set of 25 instructors has organized the content for the channel, and the programs will also have visitor audio systems like authors and challenge specialists. The State Council for Educational Research and Training (SCERT) has also contributed towards content material development for the channel.

The TN SCERT already has a channel on YouTube with around 2. Five lakh subscribers and more than three 000 videos. The movies vary from bankruptcy-clever tutorials on topics to clean technological know-how experiments middle school college students perform.

The Tamil Nadu authorities have reportedly fixed cable TV connections with excessive faculty and higher secondary classes in all government schools. Soon, cable connections may be provided to primary and center schools as nicely. The channel will be available on Tamil Nadu Arasu Cable TV and Thamizhaga Cable TV Communication Private Limited.

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The Director of School Education has issued circulars about the launch to the chief educational officers of all districts in Tamil Nadu. It said it’d be telecast on the channel from three pm to 4 pm on Monday. The circular also advised the CEOs to ensure that children in all faculties watch the launch within the faculty via projectors. The occasion can also be uploaded to Kalvi Tholaikkatchi’s YouTube channel, which can be used with the aid of colleges that don’t have cable connections.

Magicians of Meat: Top Chennai chef Sandesh Reddy on why cooking meat easy is a nice manner to do it

“I used to be a very fussy kid. I never ate a variety of meat growing up,” says Sandesh Reddy as he flattens pizza dough at one of his joints today in Chennai, Nolita. However, he’s making a Salami Milano pizza how he likes it – easy yet delicious, the meat not crowded by using too many other matters. “My favored manner of cooking meat is to do very little with it,” he says.

That’s now not the style of meat he pretty much grew up eating, even though. “I used to eat overcooked kheema and over-fried pomfret,” he says with a laugh, “they have been the handiest non-veg meals I ate.” But over time, as he dropped out of engineering university, taught himself how to cook, commenced Sandy’s, and has become a hit chef-entrepreneur related to about 30 eating places within the city, the manner he ate and served meat has modified.

“I revel in eating meat and realize how I like eating it. Usually, human beings don’t remember that fact. Most human beings in India overcook the heck out of meat,” Sandesh announces. “I love ingesting proper best meat, and it is unlucky, which you don’t usually get in India.”