Bhubaneswar, Sep 26: The Odisha government has decided to start +2 courses in 40 schools across the state from the academic session 2023-24.
School and Mass Education Minister Samir Dash on Monday said the upgradation exercise will be implemented in 40 schools considering the distance of the educational institute from the nearby college, student strength, and availability of infrastructure.
He said infrastructure will not be a major problem for the upgradation as several schools in the state are being developed into smart schools under the 5T initiative.
The Minister further said the government will first ensure that all facilities are in place before commencing class 11 courses from the next academic session in the selected schools.
“The government has already recruited 53 teachers. Higher education teachers and guest faculty are also being considered for filling up the required posts before the upcoming academic session,” said the Minister.
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