According to Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma, the Assam Cabinet decided on Wednesday to merge SEBA and AHSEC in order to implement the new National Education Policy, 2020.
During a press conference held after today’s cabinet meeting in Bongaigaon, the chief minister stated that the government has decided to implement the 5+3+3+4 system in the state.
The basic curriculum will be the first phase. The primary course, from Class VI to Class VIII, will be the second phase. According to CM Sarma, classes IX-XII will be high school.
The new policy will take effect on April 1, 2023. 1000 schools will be upgraded to higher secondary schools, according to the Chief Minister. 1000 schools will be upgraded to higher secondary schools, according to the Chief Minister.
The Assam Secondary Education Act, 1961 (Assam Act, XXV of 1961) created a Board of Secondary Education to oversee, regulate, and develop secondary education in the state. On March 14, 1962, the Board of Secondary Education, also known as SEBA, was established.
The council, which was a state education regulatory board under the state education department’s jurisdiction, was in charge of regulating, supervising, and developing the system of higher secondary education (classes XI and XII).
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