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Concern over unrecognised private distance education institutions

Concern over unrecognised private institutions

Itanagar: Expressing concern over mushrooming of unrecognized private distance education institutions including schools, colleges and universities in the state, Arunachal Pradesh Elementary Teachers Association (APETA) has sought to know the detailed report from the departmental verification board to trace them out.

The Education Department, vide an order last year had constituted a seven-member board headed by the director of higher and technical education to verify various educational institutions which were allegedly running without valid documents and were not affiliated to National Council of Teacher Education (NCTE) in the state.

Claiming that students passing out of such institutions have to face many hardships while searching for jobs, the APETA in its letter to the Education Commissioner has said the department should trace them out and bar them from operating in the greater interest of the future generation.

The APETA, meanwhile, in a statement informed that it would conduct a drive to trace out the non-registered and non-affiliated private educational institutions across the state within one month.


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