However, the State contended that there was no intake of Tamil Medium students during 2012-2015 and no Tamil medium classes were held during the academic year of 2012-2015. The persons who had studied their course material in Tamil and written their exams in Tamil, could only deemed to have undergone the course in Tamil medium. As she had written her exams in Tamil, she should be considered as a Tamil medium student, she said. The petitioner D. Dhivya of Madurai who had completed her degree in law (three years) sought the ‘Person Studied in Tamil Medium’ Certificate stating that she had written her examinations in Tamil. MaduraiWhile appreciating a girl for opting to write her law examinations in Tamil, the Madurai Bench of the Madras High Court observed that such students should be duly recognised by issuing them ‘Person Studied in Tamil Medium’ Certificate.
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