Rajasthan government has combined the elementary and secondary education boards in the state with the aim of “combined development” of students from pre-primary stage to Class 12. The Rajasthan Council of Elementary Education and the Rajasthan Council of Secondary education has been combined to form Rajasthan Council of School Education to enhance its strength by this decision.
The decision has been constituted in a meeting chaired by Rajasthan Education Minister Govind Singh Dotasra.
The new board will work for both pre primary and secondary education in the state, Rajeev Swarup, Chief Secretary, Government of Rajasthan, asserted in a statement.
MrDotasrastated that the decision to combine the two education boards has been taken, following the SamagraSikshaAbhiyaan (SSA) by the Government of India.
The minister further said that the proposed Rajasthan School Education Council will be adopted by amending the existing legislation of the Council.
MrDotasra, on Tuesday, also annunciated the RBSE 10th result. This year the overall pass percentage is 80.63%. Totally, 11,52,201 students appeared in the Class 10 final exams in 2020.
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