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KAAC EM Richard Tokbi Highlights Positive Impact Of Gunotsav On School Education

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DIPHU, Dec 28: Richard Tokbi, the executive member (EM) for Education at Karbi Anglong Autonomous Council (KAAC), stated on Thursday that the Gunotsav results indicate an improvement in school education.

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The KAAC Gunotsav occurred on October 16, 17, and 18, 2023, marking the first such event in Karbi Anglong and West Karbi Anglong. The purpose of the Gunotsav was to evaluate the quality of education in government schools and identify areas for improvement.

Conducted under the initiative of chief executive member (CEM) Tuliram Ronghang, the Gunotsav aimed to enhance the quality of education.

“We need to thank our CEM as he has a dream of accomplishing ‘Vision 2025’ to promote quality education. Under his initiative, Gunotsav Karbi Anglong has been conducted. I express my gratitude to the officials of the education department, teachers, and all those involved in the KAAC Gunotsav. It is preparation for the Assam Gunotsav,” said EM Tokbi during a press conference held at his official residence.

EM Tokbi also announced that Assam state Gunotsav would be conducted across the state in January 2024. The Gunotsav will be held in three phases, with Karbi Anglong district falling in the first phase on January 3, 4, 5, and 6.

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On the first day of the Gunotsav, self-evaluation will be conducted by members of the School Managing Committee (SMC) and School Managing and Development Committee (SMDC). On January 4, 5, and 6, external evaluation by elected members, MLAs, members of the Autonomous Council, EMs, and government officials will take place.

The Gunotsav will cover Bokajan, Howraghat, Samelango, Rongmongve, Lumbajong, Nilip, and Langsomepi Education Blocks, encompassing 1,252 schools from Class 1 to 9, with a total enrollment of 74,698 students.

In West Karbi Anglong, the Gunotsav is scheduled for February 5, 6, 7, and 8, covering four education blocks—Amri, Chinthong, Rongkhang, and Socheng—with a total of 718 students and 42,201 students in grades A+ 208, A-146, B-112, C-112, and D-140.

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