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High school became middle school in Jharkhand after five years, new 380 schools will be taught from next session


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Published: Sunday, November 6, 2022, 13:06 [IST]

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Ranchi, November 6 – For the first time in the state, 380 middle schools have been upgraded to high schools simultaneously. On Saturday, Education Minister Jagarnath Mahato approved the proposal to upgrade the said schools. Probably the department will issue a notification in this regard next week. Education in the upgraded high schools will start from the next academic session.

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Process started in 2009-10

The process of upgrading middle schools to high schools started in the year 2009-10 in the state. This process was closed from the year 2016-17 onwards. After five years the schools have been upgraded again. The middle schools that have been upgraded to high schools include schools selected for excellence schools, block level schools and schools with 100 or more enrollments selected under Adarsh ​​Vidyalaya. Apart from this, 109 schools recommended by the committee constituted by the department and 24 schools upgraded in light of the instructions of the Education Minister are also included.

There is a provision to open primary at every one km, middle at three km and high school at five km in the state. Earlier schools were upgraded on the basis of distance. This year the number of students along with the distance has also been taken into account.

Class IX and 10 will be studied

The middle schools, which have been upgraded to high schools, currently taught up to class VIII. Now the ninth and 10th classes will also be taught in these schools. The process of creation of posts of teachers in schools will also be started soon.

year school

2009-10 300

2010-11 285

2011-12 294

2013-14 121

2016-17 189

2021-22 380

Recruitment process of teachers will start from this month

Education Minister Jagarnath Mahato has said that 50 thousand teachers will be appointed in the state. Before November 15, the process of appointment for about 25 thousand posts will start. After this TET exam will be conducted. Will be reinstated later. The Education Minister, who arrived at Dhanbad Circuit House on Saturday to hold a review meeting, said the above things. He said that 80 model schools are ready. 315 model schools will be prepared. On the question of taking tuition fees by private schools during the Corona period, the Education Minister said that the government had made a rule, but private schools took refuge in the Supreme Court on this matter.

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High school became middle school in Jharkhand after five years, new 380 schools will be taught from next session

Story first published: Sunday, November 6, 2022, 13:06 [IST]

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