In secondary and higher secondary schools, students who are continuously absent from school from classes 9 to 12 in the academic session 2023-24 will not be allowed to appear in the CENTUP examination. In this regard, all the district education officers have been instructed that the students whose enrollment has been canceled due to continuous absence from school, will not be allowed to appear in the sentup examination for the annual secondary and higher secondary examination of the year 2024. Go. A list of 2,66,564 such students has been sent to the board by the Education Department.
These students will not be able to appear in the matriculation or intermediate examination to be held in 2024. The committee has said that in the light of the instructions of the Education Department, all the District Education Officers at their level have been asked to inform the headmasters and principals of all the secondary, higher secondary schools, colleges of the district through letters and daily video conferencing. Along with this, the committee has also been asked to provide information regarding the action taken immediately. It has also been asked to provide the list of such students of schools and colleges of the district.
Names of more than 20 lakh children were deleted
Till October 19, names of 20.60 lakh children have been struck off from more than 80 thousand government schools of the state. All these students were absent from school for a long time. The Education Department has removed these names after the notice. In East Champaran, West Champaran and Vaishali, names of more than one lakh continuously absent children have been struck off. According to the official information released by the Education Department, till October 19, the names of about 18.24 lakh children from class 1 to 8 have been deleted, while the names of about 2.35 lakh students from class 9 to 12 have been deleted.
According to the official report, the names of 1.38 lakh students of East Champaran district have been cut. Names of 1.17 lakh students in West Champaran and more than one lakh students in Vaishali have been deleted, while names of 99413 students from government schools of Muzaffarpur and 9557 children from Patna district have been deleted. Apart from this, more than 88 thousand names have been deleted from government schools of Darbhanga district. Departmental experts say that the names of most of the children who had enrolled in government schools for various benefits have been struck off.