In the first ever Assembly session in 2021, the TN Governor Mr. Banwarilal Purohit mentioned that the state of Tamil Nadu was one of the best administered states in India. He reeled out various policy initiatives taken by the government of Mr. E. Palaniswamy. This included 7.5% NEET quota for the students belonging to the government schools.
The Governor later praised the CM of TN Mr. E. Palaniswamy and said the TN government under the able- stewardship of the CM continues to be guided by the spirit of late former CM of TN J. Jayalalitha. He added that the TN government has made tremendous strides towards realising the vision of making TN numero uno state or number one state in India. Point is that consistent focus of state government on providing good governance to the people is now widely recognized.
The Governor of TN later announced the roll out of Bharat Net Project- a rural broadband connectivity scheme to 1/3rd of the revenue villages in TN by 31st March 2021 and to the remaining villages by 30th November. He hinted that by combining Bharat net and TNSWAN and TACTVs broadcast infrastructure, a convergent digital service delivery system would be built to deliver high speed scalable bandwidth to all the households in TN.