BY TC News Desk
Agartala: April 28. Chief Minister Dr Manik Saha today said that the passing rate of school students have increased to a large extent in the state after 2018.
While addressing The Annual Prize Distribution Ceremony of School Students 2022 the Chief Minister said that the passing rate has increased to a large extent in the state. In 2018, the passing rate in higher secondary was 70.58 percent which has increased to 97.45 percent in 2022.
“Among them, the passing rate in tribal which was 64.18 percent has increased to 96.53 percent in 2022. In 2018, the passing rate of Madhyamik or 10th was 52 percent, in 2022 it increased to 91.02 percent. This is a significant issue. Similarly, the pass rate has increased in the case of tribal students. In 2018, the pass rate of tribal in Madhyamik exams was 37.30 percent which has increased to 86.55 percent in 2022. The main objective of the government is how to increase the quality of education. And the result of providing quality education is reflecting in the increase in pass rate in secondary and higher secondary”, he said.
The Chief Minister also said that students should be attracted for sports and nationalism in addition to studies.
“All arrangements are being made so that students do not have to go other states for higher education. Many colleges are opening, including forensic colleges, dental colleges and law universities. The government is determined to improve the quality of education”, said Dr Saha.
Besides, the Chief Minister said to the teachers that they should have a friendly relationship with the students. Then the students will be interested to know more from the teachers.