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Around 20 Schools Categorized into Specified Category Schools

  by NEWSNER , 2021-05-19 12:58:29


Around 20 Schools Categorized into Specified Category Schools

The Tripura government has declared 20 CBSE affiliated government and government-aided schools as ‘Specified Category Schools, said education minister Ratanlal Nath.

 

These 20 ‘specified category’ schools are going to be functioning like Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas and Kendriya Vidyalayas, minister Nath told reporters on Tuesday.

 

“The Council of Ministers approved 20 schools as specified category schools within the state under Section 2(P) of the proper of youngsters to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009,” said Nath while briefing media persons at the Civil Secretariat here on Tuesday evening.

 

Currently, all the tutorial curriculums of those schools are conducted as per CBSE norms.

 

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At present, 29 schools are affiliated with the CBSE, Nath informed.


Intending to supply quality education in Tripura, the varsity Department of Education of the state has brought 25 reforms and therefore the education department has brought 10 reforms, Nath said.

 

Nath further said, “All the scholars seeking admission from any part of the state shall be considered if seats are available. When the amount of applicants exceeds the number of vacant seats in any of the aforesaid schools, the admission of youngsters is going to be done by a draw of the lottery at entry-level.”

 

“In Nursery, Class 1 and up to Class V, for any interim vacancies, admission is going to be done through screening test while for admission in school VI and above, 100% roster is going to be followed,” he added.

 

The specified category of faculties will maintain certain standards like – students from everywhere the state shall be allowed to participate within the admission process; national-level standard of teaching-learning; availability of teachers (all subjects) as per CBSE norms; full-fledged ICT Lab facility and fully functional practical laboratories and libraries.

 

The other standards include English medium with the choice to review local languages as subjects; standard school building & playground; classes shall be available from pre-primary to class XII; selection of HM/ teachers through formal screening process from the available manpower of Department of Education and limiting of sophistication size to 40 as an upper cap to make sure teachers’ attention.

 

The schools which are brought under “specified category” are – Shishu Bihar HS School, Agartala; Umakanta Academy English Medium, Agartala; Henry Derazio Academy HS School, Agartala; Dr B.R Ambedkar English Medium HS School, Agartala; Khumpui Academy English Medium HS School, Khumulwng and Sukanta Academy English Medium HS School, Jirania.

 

The other schools are Bishalgarh English Medium HS School, Bishalgarh; Sonamura English Medium HS School, Sanamura; Udaipur Govt. English Medium HS School, Udaipur; Amarpur Govt. English Medium HS School, Amarpur; Belonia Govt. English Medium HS School, Belonia; Sabroom Govt. English Medium HS School, Sabroom; Teliamura Govt. English Medium HS School, Teliamura and Khowai Govt. English Medium HS School, Khowai; Kamalpur Govt. English Medium HS School, Kamalpur; Chailengta Govt. English Medium HS School, Challengta; Netaji Vidyapith English Medium HS School, Kailashahar; Darchawi Christian English Medium HS School, Kumarghat; Golden Valley English Medium HS School, Dharmanagar and Kanchanpur Govt. English Medium HS School, Kanchanpur.

 

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