Assam Govt to set up an academic tribunal: Himanta Biswa

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GUWAHATI, Aug 06: Assam government will set an academic tribunal to reform the present educational system in the state. Assam education minister Himanta Biswa on Sunday said that, to reform the educational system, the state government is looking to set up an academic tribunal, where the students to file their complaints if found any negligence of their academic career.

“We want to change our present educational system. If any teacher found guilty during duty, then the government will take stern action against him. We are going to set up an academic tribunal such as consumer court,” Himanta Biswa Sarma Said.
While distributing the promotion and appointment letters to 625 head masters and 147 assistant head masters of high schools and high madrasas during a ceremonial function held at Gauhati University, the Assam education minister said that, the state government also looking to reintroduce pass and fail formula in all government run primary schools and high schools.
Recently, the Assam education minister rebuked heads of over 100 government run educational institutions on live TV and demanded an explanation from each one of them individually for the poor performance by their respective schools in this year Class 10 examination conducted by Board of Secondary Education Assam (SEBA).
The Assam minister on Sunday again warned the heads of all government run schools for future explanation if their institutions to fail good performance.



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