The Board allocates Rs. 10 per secondary examinee
The uproar around the board's decision to donate 10 rupees to every secondary school student! The board will send money to the school after the secondary examination. Intense agitation has started in educational circles around the board's decision for the 2024 secondary examination. Board of Secondary Education President Ramanuja Gangopadhyay said, 'We are upgrading the systems in all areas. Students are also an important part of our system. Naturally, we give these grants to improve their standards or to help schools prepare. After the examination, the schools will undertake to inform the Board about the regular examination candidates who have passed Madhyamik. We will deposit the same in the school's bank account accordingly.'
Why 10 rupees? In response to this question, the Board President said that in his opinion the West Bengal Board of Madhya Shiksha Parshad is probably the only board in India that is taking such steps.
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