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AASU leader for school assessment panel

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BAIHATA CHARIALI, Nov 23 - Stressing the need of boosting education scenario across the State, the AASU�s chief advisor, Dr. Samujjal Kumar Bhattacharya, said that the Government should take up steps to popularise the schemes meant for the schools in the grassroots level.

Addressing a gathering at the Agdala Chariali High School�s golden jubilee function recently, he also emphasised the importance of an assessment commission � like NAAC for institutes for higher studies � which can timely monitor the schools across the State.

Participating in the meeting as distinguished guest, Dr Bhattacharya said that around 600 LP schools in the State are running with only one teacher. The AASU leader called upon the concerned authorities to improve the conditions of the Assamese medium schools giving full facilities to them.

In the meeting, Dr Hitesh Deka, Vice-Chancellor of KKHSOU, and Nitu Moni Saikia, a journalist, also spoke on the present education system and gave tips to the students on how to achieve the ultimate goal of life. A number of educationists and intellectuals graced the function.

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AASU leader for school assessment panel

BAIHATA CHARIALI, Nov 23 - Stressing the need of boosting education scenario across the State, the AASU�s chief advisor, Dr. Samujjal Kumar Bhattacharya, said that the Government should take up steps to popularise the schemes meant for the schools in the grassroots level.

Addressing a gathering at the Agdala Chariali High School�s golden jubilee function recently, he also emphasised the importance of an assessment commission � like NAAC for institutes for higher studies � which can timely monitor the schools across the State.

Participating in the meeting as distinguished guest, Dr Bhattacharya said that around 600 LP schools in the State are running with only one teacher. The AASU leader called upon the concerned authorities to improve the conditions of the Assamese medium schools giving full facilities to them.

In the meeting, Dr Hitesh Deka, Vice-Chancellor of KKHSOU, and Nitu Moni Saikia, a journalist, also spoke on the present education system and gave tips to the students on how to achieve the ultimate goal of life. A number of educationists and intellectuals graced the function.

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