DIMAPUR, JUNE 30: The Nagaland Board of School Education (NBSE) has given permission to schools to admit/enroll latecomers or students who could not resume their schooling in time due to the pandemic.
In a notice issued on Wednesday, the Board observed that some students may be facing difficulties in enrolling themselves in the school within the specified time as given in the academic calendar 2021.
While allowing the schools to enroll such students, it also directed the school authorities to furnish the details of the student’s particulars and class to the Board after giving admission to this category of students.
Further, the schools have been requested to give information on drop-out students ~ class-wise ~ during the pandemic on or before July 7 at email@example.com.
“All registered schools are expected to take care of the educational needs of the students by adopting all possible options ~ online/offline, so that children are not deprived of continuing their education. As the students are now all at home with the online learning, parents have a great role to play; as such, schools should connect with the parents/guardians to see that their wards are attentive in the online classes.
“Parents should constantly monitor and keep track on the assignments given by the teachers. It is imperative for the parents to actively participate in their child’s daily online learning and see that students do not resort to unfair means during online classes and in the conduct of examination. Students should be advised to eat a healthy diet in order to build up a strong immune system and should also engage in physical activities to keep themselves fit and healthy”, it stated. (Page News Service)