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End to political control over SEBA must: AASU

By STAFF Reporter

GUWAHATI, June 8 � Calling for a thorough revamp of the Board of Secondary Education Assam (SEBA), the All Assam Students Union (AASU), which had a public meeting on the issue on Friday, said that political control of SEBA had to stop for securing a better future of the State�s students.

The public meeting which was attended by a host of educationists also suggested a number of recommendations for improving the State�s educational scenario in general and SEBA�s functioning in particular.

�The SEBA must be restructured as an autonomous body and made free of all political intervention. There should also be several administrative zones for improving its functioning. The system of pass and fail must be retained at every stage from Class I onwards, and further study should precede introduction of grade system,� the meeting observed.

The meet also held that only experienced teachers should be given the task of evaluation of answer-scripts. Teachers� training at every stage must be made a sustained exercise, it added. Those who attended the meet included Kamaleswar Bora, Dr Kulendu Pathak, Dr AC Bhagawati, Dr Indra Kumar Bhattacharya, Dr Dayananda Pathak, Gangapada Choudhury, Basanta Deka, Deven Dutta, Dr Dinesh Baishya, Dr Tarakeswar Choudhury, Dr Khargeswar Bhuyan, Dr Malini Goswami and Dr Kuntala Patra, among others.

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End to political control over SEBA must: AASU

GUWAHATI, June 8 � Calling for a thorough revamp of the Board of Secondary Education Assam (SEBA), the All Assam Students Union (AASU), which had a public meeting on the issue on Friday, said that political control of SEBA had to stop for securing a better future of the State�s students.

The public meeting which was attended by a host of educationists also suggested a number of recommendations for improving the State�s educational scenario in general and SEBA�s functioning in particular.

�The SEBA must be restructured as an autonomous body and made free of all political intervention. There should also be several administrative zones for improving its functioning. The system of pass and fail must be retained at every stage from Class I onwards, and further study should precede introduction of grade system,� the meeting observed.

The meet also held that only experienced teachers should be given the task of evaluation of answer-scripts. Teachers� training at every stage must be made a sustained exercise, it added. Those who attended the meet included Kamaleswar Bora, Dr Kulendu Pathak, Dr AC Bhagawati, Dr Indra Kumar Bhattacharya, Dr Dayananda Pathak, Gangapada Choudhury, Basanta Deka, Deven Dutta, Dr Dinesh Baishya, Dr Tarakeswar Choudhury, Dr Khargeswar Bhuyan, Dr Malini Goswami and Dr Kuntala Patra, among others.

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