Educational institutions cannot move forward if they turn a blind eye towards incidents that violate general discipline on campuses, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has warned.
As part of the programme, researchers will collect details of international migration which could benefit the state government.
The discrimination on the basis of religion and preferential granting of rights is a denial of natural justice, the CPM leader said.
Sarada Teacher also said that the functioning of the EK Nayanar Academy in Kannur town is not heading in the right direction.
The bridge connects summits of two hills and offers a breathtaking view of the area.
Residents have also requested a committee of technical experts to supervise the demolition.
He said the decision was taken after a comprehensive survey and review by a technical committee comprising IAF officials.
The chief minister said the governor too has realised that the minister had no role in the controversies and had also stated it publicly.
He said the state has also decided to enhance the educational system by cooperating with various universities.
The chief minister was responding to a query on whether the government will give police protection to activist Bindu Ammini.
Two youth were arrested last month and UAPA charges were pressed against them for allegedly distributing pro-Maoist pamphlets.
Cultural Minister AK Balan presided over the event with Minister Kadakampally Surendran as chief guest. Veteran actress Sarada was honoured at the ceremony.
Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan will inaugurate the 24th International Film Festival of Kerala (IFFK) at Nishagandhi at 6pm here on Friday.
According to sources, Pinarayi Vijayan is considering revamping his cabinet, especially by bringing new faces from the CPI-M.
A few residents have started looking at alternative options to move away during demolition