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Education in Assam

Assam is a state in northeastern India. In 2011, the literacy rate of Assam was estimated to be 73.18% (78.81% male and 67.27% female).[1] The literacy rate of Assam is slightly below the national average of 74.04%.[1]

Contents

  • Schools 1
  • Higher education 2
  • Medium of instruction 3
  • Other institutions 4
  • References 5

Schools

School children in the classroom, Lakhiganj High School, Assam

School education in Assam is imparted through a number of pre-primary, primary, middle, high and higher secondary schools. The Government of Assam has implemented free and compulsory education for students up to the age of 14. Schools in Assam are either state run or under the management of private organizations. The syllabus at primary schools is established by the Directorate of Elementary Education, Assam. While most schools are affiliated to SEBA, there are several schools in the state affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) or North East National Board of School Education (NENBSE).

Higher education

The state contains the National Institute of Technology, Silchar; Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati and Tezpur University (a Central University) and several others help to add stature to the higher education system of Assam. The state has several higher education institutions which include:

Medium of instruction

The medium of instruction in Assam at the school level is usually Assamese; though there are many schools in the state that also use English as their medium of study. English is used to teach at almost all higher educational institutions in Assam. Many State Government (AHSEC) affiliated and all the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) affiliated schools in the state use English as their medium of instruction at the Higher Secondary level.

Other institutions

List of Senoir, Pre senior, and Tital Madrassa in the District of Lakhimpur.

  1. Fatehpur Senior Madrassa
  2. Islampur Block Senior Madrassa
  3. Sonapur Jalilia Pre Senior Madrassa
  4. Fatehpur Tital Madrassa
  5. Yubanagar Banat Pre Senior Madrassa

References

  1. ^ a b .http://www.census2011.co.in/news/93-assam-population-goes-upto-3-11-crore-census-2011.html


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