Meanwhile, the Commissionerate police intensified the ongoing probe in connection with the viral audio clip of the deceased Zilla Parishad member.
A day after announcing that Independence Day celebrations in schools will be held without participation of students, Odisha govt has revised its decision again on Wednesday (Aug 10). School and Mass Education Minister Samir Ranjan Dash had earlier said that the decision regarding Independence Day celebration sans students’ participation was taken in view of the current pandemic situation.
As per reports, the school which has provisions for study from Class-1-8 has only two classrooms and students from all the classes are forced to use those two rooms to study. However, interestingly it did not deter the authorities to build eight toilets in the school campus.
In a major decision, the Odisha government on Saturday announced the dates for application submission process for admissions into Plus 2 colleges and schools.
"Those who have passed the HSC examinations with flying colours have good chances of getting admissions in colleges", said the Minister.
Amidst the threat of the Omicron variant of Covid-19 in the state, the Odisha School and Mass Education Minister, Samir Ranjan Dash on Saturday (Dec 25) informed that the Matric Summative Assessment exams would be conducted.
The Odisha government will appoint around 16,000 teachers by the end of November to fill up the vacancies. This information was communicated by School and Mass Education Minister Samir Ranjan Dash. Speaking to the media, Dash said that the appointment of 16,000 teachers would be done before December this year.
Odisha School and Mass Education Minister Samir Ranjan Dash on Sunday (Oct 31) said that physical classes for students of Class 1 to 7 will most probably commence after Diwali. Dash has informed that the classes will resume in a phased manner across the State and the government will come up with a final decision in this regard very soon.
Schools across the country and in Odisha have been shut barring for students of certain classes. However, on Thursday (October 14), the Odisha School and Mass Education Minister, Samir Das hinted at the likelihood of schools reopening for all after Puja Holidays.
The revised Covid-19 guidelines will be strictly implemented in all schools of Odisha. And the ongoing offline classes will continue for students of Class 9, 10 and 12 as per the revised SOPs.
After several students from two schools in Bargarh and Dhenkanal district tested positive for Covid-19 in the state, Odisha School and Mass Education Minister, Samir Ranjan Dash on Tuesday (Sept 7) informed that if required the said schools will be shut to prevent further infections.
Vaccination of teachers is a not a roadblock for reopening schools in Odisha. This information was given by Odisha School & Mass Education Minister Samir Ranjan Dash on Thursday (July 22).
Sambalpur: The BJP today demanded judicial probe into violation of model code of conduct by the some political leaders and top senior bureaucrats and a series of political violence during panchayat polls perpetrated by the ruling party in the ongoing three-tier Panchayat polls in Odisha. Briefing media persons here, BJP National President Suresh Pujari said […]
Phulbani/Bhubaneswar: Not happy with the decision of chief minister Naveen Patnaik to send four senior officials to Kandhamal district, the Opposition today said the chief minister should have personally visited the backward district to understand the plight of the people. “The chief minister must visit the district. Why he (Naveen Patnaik), any chief minister, who […]
While schools in Odisha are set to reopen for physical classes from July 26th, a decision regarding resumption of hostel facilities at the educational institutions is yet to be taken. Odisha School and Mass Education Minister Samir Ranjan Dash said that a decision with regard to reopening hostels of Adarsha Vidyalayas and other institutions with hostel facilities will be taken in due course of time.