The 202-year-old Hindu Faculty in Kolkata has received the state authorities’s approval to start out an English-medium part on the main degree.
In a letter to the headmaster of the varsity on Friday, Commissioner of Faculty Schooling Soumitra Mohan mentioned the approval has been given to start out English-medium part from the subsequent tutorial 12 months, alongside the Bengali-medium wing.
The Hindu Faculty, one of many high state-run institutes, was arrange in 1817 by Scottish philanthropist David Hare, scholar Radhakanta Deb and notable educationist Baidyanath Mukherjee, amongst others.
The letter mentioned, the brand new part might be began with current sources but when the varsity authorities really feel about any extra requirement, the small print of that ought to be communicated to the varsity schooling division in every week’s time.
Schooling minister Partha Chatterjee earlier mentioned that state-run colleges will provide schooling in English from the subsequent classes to allow college students purchase proficiency in that language and impart high quality schooling to individuals who can’t afford non-public English-medium colleges.
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