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Nalbari BPL students to get uniforms again

By Correspondent

NALBARI, April 12 � Girls and below poverty line (BPL) students of 1037 lower primary (LP) and upper primary schools in Nalbari district will get two pairs of uniforms again. The necessary funds of this uniform Rs 400 for each student have already been deposited in the school accounts.

The District Elementary Education Officer (DEEO) Phulendra Kalita, who is also holding the charge of the District Mission Co-ordinator (DMC), said that the girl students from Class I to Class VIII will get two pairs of uniforms. Besides, boy students belonging to SC, ST and BPL families will also get the uniforms, he added.

Meanwhile, the DEEO Kalita has informed the headmasters about the new uniform scheme and those headmasters found guilty in the utilisation of uniform fund will be punished, he said. However, he said that the necessary guidelines will be provided to the schools immediately. Kalita said that the district achieved cent percent success in the uniform distribution last year.

Kalita further informed that the district has upgraded a total 50 �Amar Pahrashalis� into formal primary schools in char areas near Mukalmua in Nalbari district. The Government had provided a grant of Rs 7 lakh in 2009-10, but some schools failed to utilise it properly. The DEEO conducted an inquiry and suspended two persons in this regard.

The remaining eight incomplete schools have also completed 90 per cent works. Kalita laid emphasis on regularisation of schools in the district. Due to the regular school visits by the district officer, the errant school teachers have now become regular. He also convened a meeting of 600 teachers of Barkshetri education block at Mukalmua to upgrade the academic environment of this locality. Kalita also said that the students of this district got the evaluation khata and held the first evaluation on time.

It may be mentioned here that in Nalbari district, some teachers� associations conducted the first-term evaluation preparing question papers in the district-level, which amounted to a violation of RTE Act 2009. The people called upon the DEEO to stop this practice in the district immediately.

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Nalbari BPL students to get uniforms again

NALBARI, April 12 � Girls and below poverty line (BPL) students of 1037 lower primary (LP) and upper primary schools in Nalbari district will get two pairs of uniforms again. The necessary funds of this uniform Rs 400 for each student have already been deposited in the school accounts.

The District Elementary Education Officer (DEEO) Phulendra Kalita, who is also holding the charge of the District Mission Co-ordinator (DMC), said that the girl students from Class I to Class VIII will get two pairs of uniforms. Besides, boy students belonging to SC, ST and BPL families will also get the uniforms, he added.

Meanwhile, the DEEO Kalita has informed the headmasters about the new uniform scheme and those headmasters found guilty in the utilisation of uniform fund will be punished, he said. However, he said that the necessary guidelines will be provided to the schools immediately. Kalita said that the district achieved cent percent success in the uniform distribution last year.

Kalita further informed that the district has upgraded a total 50 �Amar Pahrashalis� into formal primary schools in char areas near Mukalmua in Nalbari district. The Government had provided a grant of Rs 7 lakh in 2009-10, but some schools failed to utilise it properly. The DEEO conducted an inquiry and suspended two persons in this regard.

The remaining eight incomplete schools have also completed 90 per cent works. Kalita laid emphasis on regularisation of schools in the district. Due to the regular school visits by the district officer, the errant school teachers have now become regular. He also convened a meeting of 600 teachers of Barkshetri education block at Mukalmua to upgrade the academic environment of this locality. Kalita also said that the students of this district got the evaluation khata and held the first evaluation on time.

It may be mentioned here that in Nalbari district, some teachers� associations conducted the first-term evaluation preparing question papers in the district-level, which amounted to a violation of RTE Act 2009. The people called upon the DEEO to stop this practice in the district immediately.