Tag Archives: State education department

Offline classes in Assam elementary schools set to resume from October 19 – Times of India

GUWAHATI: Five months after elementary schools were shut in Assam due to the outbreak of the second Covid-19 wave, the state government has planned to open these from October 19, sources confirmed in the education department. The source said a consensus was reached at the highest level to reopen the elementary schools, as students have… Read More »

‘No deserving student can be denied admission’ – Times of India

GUWAHATI: Academicians are at loggerheads over the reservation question of 75% seats for Assam board students in degree courses in government and provincialized colleges in the state. Even as the education department remains firm on the decision taken by a committee to decide on the admission policy, managements of schools expressed utter displeasure at the… Read More »

Assam: Online admission of UG forms hit hurdle – Times of India

GUWAHATI: Admissions to the premier Cotton University (CU) have hit a hurdle as the university authority has not been able to start the process of online applications for bachelor degree courses. For a large number of meritorious students from the northeast, Cotton has been the first choice for undergraduate studies. But this year, along with… Read More »

Principal arrested in Assam cash-for-result scam – Times of India

GUWAHATI: A school principal and an education department official were arrested on Sunday after Assam police unearthed a “cash-for-result” scam. The education boards are processing the final results of the class X and XII state board examinees. Congratulations! You have successfully cast your vote Login to view result The two arrested persons are Majartop Higher… Read More »

Schools in Haryana reopen for Classes 9 to 12 – Times of India

CHANDIGARH: Schools in Haryana reopened after almost three months only for Classes 9 to 12 on Friday amid strict Covid-19 protocols, with many students saying online education, although necessitated by the pandemic, is not a substitute to classroom teaching. The students also expressed happiness at being able to return to school after a gap of… Read More »