CEO Baramulla issues notification for enrolment of students
BARAMULLA, AUGUST 13: To improve and develop competitive spirit and capability among the students, the Education Department will be starting free coaching for Competitive Examinations in selected government educational institutions.
“We have decided to use the existing infrastructure and human resource in the Education Department for diverse academic activities including coaching for various competitive examinations like CET, AIEEE, JEE etc,” Minister for Education, Naeem Akhtar said.
He said the Chief Education Officer Baramulla has taken the lead in this imitative and he has already issued a notification for enrolling students for coaching through a screening test.
As per the notification issued by CEO Baramulla, students studying in Class 12 in Higher Secondary Schools of the Baramulla catchment area and those who have already passed 12th class in session 2012-13 and 2013-14 from any Higher Secondary School (Govt or Private) of the district, having secured 70% or above marks in class 10 shall be eligible for the said coaching programme.
Those desiring, can apply for coaching through the official website of GHSS Baramulla (www.gghsbla.in) from 11th to 20th August 2015, or in person at the office of Programme Co-ordinator at GHSS Baramulla.
Under the programme 50 students would be enrolled for coaching after short-listing through a screening test and interview.
According to the notification, 50% seats shall be reserved for those who have already passed 12th class in session 2012-13 and 2013-14 from any Higher Secondary School (Govt or Private) of the district, while 50% seats for the students enrolled in Class 12 in Higher Secondary Schools of Baramulla catchment area.
The entrance test shall be based on multiple choice questions in, Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics of class 11 and 12.
The course shall commence from 1 September 2015, and the classes will be held after 2:30 pmon all working days.
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