The state Mission, Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan (RMSA) has proposed to recruit teachers for different subjects for government middle schools which have been upgraded to government high schools.
The newly upgraded schools have been requested to bring to the notice of state mission director, RMSA, Kohima, their choice of the sixth subject (optional) that is desired to be taught in their respective schools before March 10.
State mission director, Thejao Vihenuo informed that in the absence of communication on the matter from the school within the stipulated date, the RMSA would assume that the school does not desire to have the sixth subject and no action would be initiated for recruitment of teachers for the sixth subject in such schools.
The director further informed all schools concerned that it would be mandatory to register themselves for the sixth subject with the NBSE as per the terms and conditions of the board.
Meanwhile, RMSA informed that its office is located at old secretariat building, earlier occupied by Nagaland University opposite Congress Bhavan below commissioner’s office.
All correspondence/communication for RMSA should be addressed to Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan, department of school education, Nagaland: Kohima, Old Secretariat building, ground floor, Opp: Congress Bhavan below Commissioner Office, stated the director.