Because inconsistencies were discovered during a review of 102 government student dormitories in Thiruvannamalai district, it was determined to take action against those involved. In Thiruvannamalai district, the Adithravidar and Tribal, Backward and Backward Class Welfare Department administers 102 government hostels. Allegations that meals provided to students in dormitories were of poor quality and lacked basic amenities persisted. Following this, the day before yesterday, a squad commanded by collector Pa. Muru Kesh raided 102 hotels from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.
As part of this, Collector B. Murugesh conducted an inspection of the Government Student Hostel in Polur. “Senior officials inspected 102 government student residences,” he said. The food given to students, the food inventory, the record, the number of students, the quality of their education, basic facilities such as drinking water and toilets, maintenance of fans and appliances all have been evaluated. “Action will be taken based on the report provided by the highest officials at the end of the study.”
Various inconsistencies were found during an inspection of 102 government student residences in Thirumalai region. The students were fed poor quality food, the toilets were not clean and the fans were not working properly. There was also a discrepancy in the amount of food prepared depending on the number of students. At the same time, it was shown that the quantity of goods for the preparation of meals was correctly recorded in the register, that a few households were not responsible, and that the number of students was not greater than the equivalent .