NBSE notifies registered schools

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 7/9/2020 10:01:10 AM IST

Nagaland Board of School Education (NBSE) has issued a notice to all the heads of registered institutions with regard to the status of online learning.  Board has informed all the registered schools to mandatorily fill up a questionnaire of 15 questions available on the website link before July 15. The questionnaire is part of an exercise undertaken by the board to find out how the schools are connecting with the students in this troubled times. All heads of registered institutions have been requested to ensure correct information is furnished since the information so furnished by the schools will help the Board to plan its future action. 

NBSE also informed that the Board shall discontinue the Environmental Education and Home Science as a sixth subject in the course of study at the secondary level. However, the Environmental Education components will be integrated/incorporated into other academic subjects. In this regard, all the registered schools of the Board are informed to take note of the following: New permission will not be granted to any institution for introduction of these subjects from this academic session; The two subjects will be dropped as a course of study from the academic session 2022 in a phase manner (i.e classes IX – 2022 & Class X – 2023); In lieu of the above two subjects, the Board will identify new subjects which are vocational in nature. The new subjects will be notified in due course of time.


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