In view of government's decision of making education hub in Tripura, a meeting is held here at Agartala Secretariat education department office. The meeting is chaired by Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb and state education minister Ratan Lal Nath.
All the interested faculties working in the various Colleges and Universities/Institutes in India (recognized under 2(e) or 12(f) of UGC) may apply through proper channel in the prescribed Format available in the website www.tripurauniv.in for participation.
Even great scientist like Albert Einstein once said, 'Do not worry about your difficulties in mathematics. I can assure you mine are still greater' which can easily describe the phobia regarding mathematics among students.
The state education minister Ratan Lal Nath along with other concerned officials and officials from abroad remained present in the workshop, organised by the Directorate of State Secondary Education on Tuesday.
The Supreme Court of India earlier in the year of 2012 directed all the state governments to form a regulatory procedure to address such situation, while passing judgment on RtEA (Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education) case.
Education Minister Ratan Lal Nath once again stressing on the bottom line of all round human resource development, called the entire teacher-seeker fraternity to mobilize a strengthen relationship.
During his visit to the college he was shock to find that the general knowledge of the students is extremely low as they even could not tell the name of the CM of the state. Minister further asked the students to upgrade their general knowledge regarding their state.
Mr. Nath said, "My department is mounting all out effort to improvise and upgrade the educational sector of this state in a bid to adopt our children compete in the national and international level."
The state education minister on Saturday while addressing the tribal students during interaction programme at Agartala Pargna Bhawan has said that the state government shall soon sign an agreement with different banks to initiate the loan process to the students.
Leaving the legacy of the Left behind, Tripura wants to develop its education system free from politics. Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb on Saturday appealed the students of this state to adopt quality education and come out with a merit.
With the aim to provide higher education, the Tribal Welfare department arranged 2 year courses for D.EL.ED & B.ED outside of Tripura. CM Biplab Kumar Deb along with others inaugurated the program at Pragna Bhawan.
The state education minister Ratan Lal Nath accompanied by other officials on Tuesday made a sudden visit to the government run primary schools at Agartala and took a note of pathetic condition there.
He also said that if everything falls in the right track the NCERT syllabus shall be introduced soon at school level in the state without the "modifications made during the previous Left rule.
In the backdrop of the Class 12 economics question paper leak, the Human Resource Development (HRD) Ministry has set up a seven-member committee to examine the board's examination process.
"The CBSE has decided to re-conduct the examination to uphold the sanctity of board examinations and in the interest of fairness to the students," said a Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) statement.