Bengal Authorities requested to submit student-teacher ratio, different faculty information
The Calcutta Excessive Court docket on Monday directed the West Bengal authorities to submit a report on the standing of state-run and aided colleges, together with student-teacher ratio, by September 7.
A division bench comprising Performing Chief Justice Rajesh Bindal and Justice R Bharadwaj directed the state to supply the information through the listening to of a PIL over disproportionate variety of academics at three colleges in Bankura district.
The petitioners alleged that whereas there are greater than sufficient academics in a single, two others don’t have any everlasting academics and are being run by para-teachers/ The three academic establishments are located inside a radius of 5 kilometres, they stated.
The bench directed the state authorities to submit a report inside September 7 on the standing of state-run and aided colleges in West Bengal, together with the student-teacher ratio. The petitioners claimed that owing to lack of everlasting academics, the dropout price within the two colleges is excessive.
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