In a major boost for students, the Arunachal Pradesh government will release their stipend in three installments. The government decided to frame a proper policy with guidelines to facilitate financial assistance to such schools.
Education department has been also directed to include boundary wall, science laboratories, etc while submitting any proposal for school buildings and to keep on record the physical status of all schools and compile a database, which would be helpful for renovation and other developmental works in future.
The meeting that lasted for more than six hours also decided that training centers with all facilities such as kitchen and necessary equipment would be established for training and orientation of supervisors and anganwadis and also establish rehabilitation centers for drug and alcohol addicts.
Flagship programmes like Vidya and CM’s Global Education programme would continue with committed funding from the government. While Vidya would cover more girl students, smart Classes would be introduced in schools this year.
People of Kalaigaon LAC have expressed strong resentment at the failure of the government to complete the appoint process of the remaining 28 nos of posts of AW and AH under Kalaigaon Revenue Circle (Darrang district part),which had been withheld at the time of declaration of selection list.It needs mention that there had been a tug of war between the public members and CDP office during the time of interview resulting withheld of 28 nos of such posts in Kalaigaon Revenue Circle (non BTAD part).Government of Assam appointed a state level enquiry committee to settle the matter.
The DC was also directed to arrange re-interview against 4 posts and enquiry against 24 posts. Accordingly, the Deputy Commissioner, Darrang by an order directed the ADC, Darrang and Circle Officer,Kalaigaon Revenue Circle to submit report in August 2010. According to the information received from the DC Office, Mangaldai, the Circle Officer,Kalaigaon submitted the final list against 28 nos of withheld vacant posts in the month of October 2010.But the whole process of appointment remained under the cover of darkness for nearly three months.Candidates,their guardians and public as well have expressed their fear of loosing both the money and appointment letters because of the coming assembly election.The whole process of appointment would be halted with the declaration of the election notification.People of Kalaigaon have urged government of Assam to complete the appointment process before the declaration of the assembly election, 2011.
Kokrajhar: Preparations have got underway to host 64th National School Games-2018 of football U-14 at Jawahar Navadaya Vidyalaya(JNV),Ranchaidham Basugaon in Kokrajhar with four day long programme scheduled from November 27.
Altogether 550 participants are participating from 31 states across the country in the mega school games,which was organised by School Games Federation of India(SGFI) to create sporting talents in the nation.The mega event will witness 62 matches during the four day scheduled and to be organised at six-grounds,apart from JNV groound,Goybari Jwhwlao Club ground,JSB Bangaldoba ground,Basugaon HS School ground,CDSA Kajalgaon ground stadium and Kashikotra HS School ground.
Speaking the reporters at a Press Conference held at JNV Ranchaidham on Sunday, Consultant of Navaday Vidyalaya Samiti(head quarter,Noida) Manikuntala Sarkar, Deputy Commissioner of Shillong Region JNV RK Gupta told that the school games will be organised with a scheduled manner. Sarkara said that necessary arrangements and preparations are over to accord warm welcome to the participants and officials of the event.She said that 29 referees and five extra officials from Assam fotball association have been deputed to meet healthy organise of the national event.
BTC chief Hagrama Mohilary will grace as chief guest on the inaugural day to inaugurate the national games.Assam Toursim minister Chandan Brahma,BTC deputy chief Kampa Borgoyary,BK Singh,Commissioner of NavadayaVidyalaya Samiti are attending as guests.
NAMRUP :- In an effort to inspire the students the meritorious students who excelled in HSLC and HS examinations were feted at a programme held in BVFCL Officers Club organised by Namrup Tai Ahom Yuba Parishad regional committee on Sunday. The event presided over by Diganta Gogoi initiated with a religious prayer in a bid to gain prosperity and blessing from the almighty to all the meritorious student for their bright future . The programme was graced as chief guest by BVFCL Chief Administrative officer, Pranab Kumar Bhattacharjee. Speaking on the ocassion, general secretary of Tai Ahom Kristi Kendra Tileswar Borah laid emphasis on exemplifying ancient universities like Nalanda University which was established on 427 B.C. "Our ancient education system was on top notch than modern education system and for that reason the foreign nations have adopted the Indian Culture, and even prayers are made compulsory in their academics." ,he added. The event was also attended by senior citizen Puwal Boruah , District Publishing secretary Manash Pratim Gogoi , Tai Ahom Yuba Parishad Regional President Papu Chaliha , Principal of BVFCL HS School Namrup HiranyaHazarika among many others..