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‘Schools must follow prescribed syllabus and textbooks’

By EMN Updated: Apr 27, 2019 1:02 am

Dimapur, April 26 (EMN): In view of many new people being appointed as heads of institutions every year, both in registered private and government schools under NBSE, a meeting was held for them in the Conference Hall of NBSE on April 24 to help them manage the schools effectively.

Attended by 69 new heads of institutions, the meeting primarily dwelled on their new roles and responsibilities, informed an update from DIPR. The participants were briefed on the functioning of the system as well as approaches to “raise the standard of education in the school in particular and the state in general.”

Chairman of NBSE, Asano Sekhose urged the heads of institutions to work closely with the teachers and the community for the growth of the students. Principals and teachers must step out of the comfort zone if the system is to be strengthened, she stated.

Additional Secretary of NBSE, Rangumbuing Nsarangbe highlighted the rules and regulations and touched on matters related to examinations and school administration. Matters relating to academics, accounts, fees and online submission of forms were also discussed.

The schools were asked to follow the prescribed syllabus and textbooks of the Board and that all schools must have “well-equipped and furnished Science and Mathematics laboratories as well as a library with the required number of books specified.”

The new heads were also informed that it is mandatory for students from Class I to XII to have a Pupil Cumulative Record (PCR) book and CCE report card for student of Class IX and X. No school should give admission to students who don’t have PCR and CCE report card, they were informed.

By EMN Updated: Apr 27, 2019 1:02:43 am