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Assam Cabinet Decision: Two Year ITI Training Equivalent to HSLC and HS

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Assam Cabinet Decision: Those with technical education will receive the equivalent of matriculation-high secondary after passing the eighth grade.

According to a major decision made by the Department of Skills, Employment, and Entrepreneurship, students who complete the eighth grade and the two-year III course will be on par with HSLC. Furthermore, passing the 10th standard and completing a two-year ITI course will be equivalent to graduating from high school.

The Chief Minister also directed that steps be taken within two months to form a Technical Education Board. In the coming days, students will receive the status of HSLC and HS pass if they study the above two ITI courses (1,2 respectively) and pass.

The weekly cabinet meeting today, January 12, presided over by Assam Minister Jayanta Mallabaruah, made several major decisions regarding tourism and the skill sector, including the installation of smart metres, which will also aid in the creation of new job opportunities in the state.

The smart metres will be installed in the homes of 44 lakh people. This digital pre-paid system will be followed by others.

Cabinet has approved this initiative, as well as the budget. Smart metres will be installed by 5,000 people.

The smart metres will be installed in the homes of 44 lakh people. This digital pre-paid system will be followed by others.

Cabinet has approved this initiative, as well as the budget. Smart metres will be installed by 5,000 people.

Also Read: Assam Cabinet: APDCL will install apprx 58 lakh smart meters in Assam

In order to boost the river tourism sector, the cabinet is considering launching a river cruise service in Guwahati that will connect five locations.

Ferry services will be available between Kamakhya, Ashwatthaka, Umananda, and Daul Gobinda.

The application deadline for Mission Bashundhara has been moved from January 10 to March 31.

The Assam government announced on Wednesday that the state’s Teachers Eligibility Test (TET) will not be held for the next two years.

Assam Education Minister Ranoj Pegu stated that the decision was made due to the large number of candidates who passed the TET examination in comparison to the available vacancies.

“CTET qualified candidates will now be allowed to apply for jobs beginning this year,” Pegu said. Candidates who have already passed the CTET will be able to apply for open positions.”

On the other hand, Gunotsav 2023 (গুণোৎসৱ ২০২৩) will be held in three stages beginning January 18 in Assam.

Gunotsav 2023 will be held in 44,525 schools across the state, according to state education minister Ranoj Pegu.

Also Read: Assam Scientist Manabendra Saharia has been awarded Young Scientist Award 2022

“Gunotsav 2023 will be held in three phases beginning January 18,” Ranoj Pegu said at a press conference in Guwahati on Wednesday. The second phase will start on February 1st, and the third phase will start on February 15th. The Gunotsav will cover 88,525 schools with a total of 42,76,881 students.”

 

 

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