64,000 seats remain unfilled in Plus One

Thiruvanathapuram: With 64,270 plus one seats remain vacant in the state, the government’s new move to allot new batches and higher secondary schools would bring an additional financial burden to the state. Finance Minister K M Mani has registered his strong opposition in allowing new higher secondary schools in the state in the last two cabinet meetings. He warned the cabinet of an additional Rs 245 crore burden which would turn the financial situation of the state more to vulnerable in the final year of the current government. However, accounting to the current situation within five years these new batches and schools will be a burden to the finance ministry and the state.

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