Education Minister Jagarnath Mahato has said that the result of government schools in the state has reached at par with that of private schools. Jharkhand Academic Council (JAC) students have declared their result at par with the CBSE and ICSE boards of the state. Along with this, Jack has also released the result earlier. He said that our children are very talented. Efforts will be made to make studies better in the coming time. The result will be even better. Mr. Mahto was speaking at the Jharkhand Academic Council Auditorium on Tuesday at the result publication function of Matriculation and Inter-Science. Said that the students who could not succeed in the examination, they should work harder.
Teacher recruitment process will start soon
The Education Minister said that the appointment of teachers from primary to plus two schools in the state would start soon. The recruitment process of teachers in Plus Two has also started. Reservation roster is being cleared in high school. The posts of 61 thousand teachers are being created in primary and middle schools.
More than 90% students successful in matriculation and inter science
JACK President Dr. Anil Mahto said that due to Corona, this year more than 90 percent students have been successful in Matriculation and Inter examination in two terms. 95.60 in matriculation and 92.19 per cent in inter science were successful. This time the CBSE pattern has been implemented, the vote of thanks was given by Vice President Dr Vinod Singh and Headmaster Ashok Kumar Singh. Jack Secretary Maheep Kumar Singh was also present.
sorry for not taking the exam
Jagarnath Mahto said: I myself was in the year 2020. Would have appeared in the examination this year, but could not register to appear in the inter examination due to corona being infected. Sorry for not appearing in the exam.
Award will be announced after the release of Intermediate result
After the release of Inter Arts and Commerce results, an announcement will be made to reward the toppers. At present, JAC has only announced the names of the topper students of matriculation.