Woman in charge of government schools for women has her hands full

Holenarasi has been the head of government secondary schools for more than 20 years.

The 32-year-old has been tasked with designing new education policies and implementing a new curriculum, which has been criticised by many critics for being too focused on gender equality.

Holenkarasipursadam is a district of Tiruchirapalli, about 200 kilometres west of Chennai.

Holenkaram has said he hopes to create an environment where students from all social classes, and especially from Dalits, could learn together.

Holena, who was born in a Muslim family, said she was “very happy” with the policies she had implemented.

“It’s a big responsibility for me.

The government is a big task for me,” Holena said.

“It’s my job to ensure the education of the students.

I’ve been doing it for about two years.

The new curriculum has been designed to make it easier for students to be successful academically,” Holen, who is a member of the ruling CPI(M) and the Congress party, told PTI.

She also said she wants to make sure the education system is “more inclusive”.

“I don’t want to be seen as being against women, but I want to make the education systems inclusive.

I’m not against Dalits either, but we need to educate everyone,” Holene said.

Holenarassi, a former minister of education and higher education, also said he was working on setting up a scholarship fund for female students from disadvantaged backgrounds.

He said he had also been planning to open a girls’ school.

Students of the new schools have been able to enrol on their own terms for the first time.

They have been allowed to take classes from 8am to 10pm every day for three months.

For the past three months, Holen has been at the helm of a new initiative that he hopes will transform the lives of girls and women of Tiruchenga.

It is aimed at providing girls with a basic education to get them through college and also a future career.

Many of the girls enrolled in the new primary school are from rural Tiruchengha.

Holena, however, said they were not “in a position” to pursue a higher education in the district.

 He also said that in Tirucheta, there was “no room for education for women”.

He also claimed that the new curriculum was “too focused on women”.

Holena said that for him, the government would be able to “save the most vulnerable people”, including children, the elderly and the poor.

But he also claimed the government’s focus on women was misplaced.

In his letter, Holena asked for support from the “people of the state”.

But Holen said the letter was “not a political letter”, as it was “from the people”.

He urged the government to adopt “the policies and programmes that are the most feasible to help all of us”.

This is the first in a series of letters that the government has sent to senior politicians in order to seek their support in implementing the new education and curriculum policies.