Tripura News Live


Tripura Government brings changes in rules for Govt Aided Schools

Tripura Government brings changes in rules for Govt Aided Schools

The Tripura government has brought in major changes in the rules for government aided schools to ensure quality education in them, a minister said. Under the amended rule, the school managing committee will constitute a committee like the Tripura Teachers”

While addressing Media Minister Ratan Lal Nath said this.

Act pertaining to Government Aided Schools has been amended. The schools were managed according to the rules made in 2005. At present there are 43 schools under the Department of Secondary Education across the state. Among them there are29 higher secondary, 4 high schools, 2.S.B schools and 8 primary schools

26 thousand 409 students are studying in 43 government aided schools. These schools have a total of 1426 teaching and non-teaching staff. As per the amended law, goverment-aided schools must have at least 200 students in primary schools. A junior high or S.B school must have at least 250 students in class to 8 and 120 in class 5 to 8. High schools should have at least 400 students in class 1 to 9 and 200 in class 5 to 10. Higher secondary schools must have at least 600 students in classes to 12 and at least 350 students in classes 5 to 12 According to the new rules, the teaching and non-teaching staff of these schools can deposit their GPF in Tripura State Cooperative Bank, Tripura Gramin Bank or any nationalized bank apart from post office. The non-teaching staff in the schools will be appointed by the managing committee of the school. They shall be appointed from the pool of candidates recommended by the Selection Board constituted with the approval of the Department of School Education, Recruitment of teachers in these schools will be done through Teachers Recruitment Board of Tripura TRBT approval is not required for appointment of teachers in government-aided minority schools.

Government aided schools must adhere to the student-teacher ratio. The reading standard of the students of this school will be determined based on the results of the madhyamik and higher secondary examinations. If the test results do not reach the target for three consecutive years, the school will be given two years to bring the reading standard up to the target.


%d bloggers like this: