Administrative Clearance to be Mandatory for Starting a New School in West Bengal

17 Nov, 2018
Administrative Clearance to be Mandatory for Starting a New School in West Bengal

NOIDA- On November 14, the education minister Partha Chatterjee has made the announcement that the administrative clearance, along with the education department, would become a mandate very soon in order to start a new school in the state of West Bengal.

He added that it is mandatory for the authorities of the schools to get the administrative clearance first and then proceed ahead to take the permission from education department. However, he is yet to give the clarification on the procedure of the administrative clearance and the concerned authority for the same.

The education minister has talked with the media people during the merit scholarship programme stating that the necessary law will be made in this respect very soon.

Throwing the light on a reported case of name change of the place of a school from Islampur to Ishwarpur, he quoted “During our regular communication with that school, no evidence was found by us that can prove that the school has done it.”

He further said, “However if after investigation, the report is true, we will surely take necessary measures.”

Chatterjee also stated that two new universities governed by the state will be established in North 24 Parganas and Nadia districts.

Writer by passion, journalist by profession, Ankit has a sensitive nose for news, especially about educational affairs.

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