Education has become a basic necessity. People have now become very conscious and aware for their career and future growth. Around the world, nations have made great progress and improvements in making education the first priority.
Tamil nadu is one of the 28 states of India whose capital and largest city is Chennai. Tamil nadu education has largely improved in the recent years and is one of the most literate states in India. Additionally, in terms of literacy growth, Tamil nadu has performed reasonably well from 2001- 2011. Apart from private, public and government schools, there are many educational institutes in Tamil nadu.
There are around 37 universities, 455 engineering colleges, 449 polytechnic colleges and 566 arts and science colleges, 34335 elementary schools, 5167 high schools, 5054 higher secondary schools and 5000 hospitals. Some of the well known educational institutes present in Tamil nadu are university of madras, IIT madras, NIT Tiruchi, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, College of engineering, Guindy, SRM university, PSG college of technology, Thiagarajar college of engineering, Coimbatore institute of technology, Madras Christian college, Thanjavur Medical college, Tamil university, Madras medical college, Loyola college, Ethraj college for women and Tamil nadu agricultural university, Madurai medical college.
Tamil Nadu Education System
Tamil nadu education system has drastically improved when compared to the previous years. The standard and quality of education provided at Tamil Nadu universities and colleges is highly appreciated and admired all across India. Various schemes including the famous mid day meal scheme program in Tamil nadu was also initiated by kamaraj. Tamil nadu is a state among the 12 states in india that have high level of hunger according to the 2008 global hunger index, therefore the initiative of introducing he mid day meal was a first priority and an essential step to be taken in this state.
Tamil nadu is known for its rich and diverse cultural traditions, due to which the cultural and traditional effect can also be seen in the educational sectors. The university of Tamil nadu is known for its traditional and cultural environment and world class infrastructures that make students feel like they are at home.