Bengal edu panel submits maiden report to Mamata
An year after it was set up, the Education Commission of West Bengal has submitted its first report to Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, giving its 22-point recommendations for development of the education sector in the state.
Calling on the Chief Minister recently, the Commission, headed by its Chairman Prof. Samir Kumar Brahmachari, suggested that implementation of the recommendations would “surely improve” the state’s academic environment and overall standard of education.
The Commission members have expressed satisfaction saying the Chief Minister had accepted most of their recommendations.
“The CM has accepted most of our recommendations saying it won’t cost much for their implementation. She has assured us to take measures for their implementation to uplift the education system,” Brahmachari said.