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Tripura: Education minister assures admission in college for all

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Agartala: Tripura Education department has written to Tripura University and MBB University authorities seeking a projected 30 percent hike in the undergraduate seats, Education Minister Ratan Lal Nath told the media.

“As per the available information, about ten thousand students are still to get admission in the general degree colleges while the number of empty seats stands at seven thousand. We have written to the Universities seeking a hike in seats by 30 percent so that all students can take admission”, said the minister.
The Education Minister also assured the college students that there were no reasons to worry as the department was working hard to ensure that all students get the scope of admission.

“Even last year, all the students got the opportunity of admission. This year too, no one will be deprived of the scope. The students may not be able to find their preferred subject but they will securely get the chance to pursue higher studies”, Nath told selective reporters in the civil secretariat.

According to the minister, a total of 26,783 applicants filled admission forms; in the first phase 10,682 students, in the second phase 2,622 students and in the third phase 2,900 students got admission. “The leftover strength of seats now stands at seven thousand but the number of applicants have exceeded the vacant seat capacity”, Nath added.

He said, the Universities will surely give a positive nod to the applications forwarded from the state higher education department and after what the admission process would be resumed. In his words, “the admission process will start on October 7 next and last till October 11 next”.

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CPIM veteran Bijan Dhar passes away  

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Agartala: Tripura Left Front convenor Bijan Dhar breathed his last morning at a private hospital in Kolkata on Monday.

Dhar, was airlifted to Kolkata after his health deteriorated while undergoing treatment at GB hospital in Agartala.

Earlier, CPIM state secretary Gautam Das succumbed to COVID-19 after fighting for almost a month.

Dhar was the former CPIM state secretary and was appointed as Left Front convenor after the 2018 assembly election defeat.

Dhar was on ventilation for almost two weeks and his health condition was stable. However, in the last 48 hours his health condition deteriorated and he breathed his last in the wee hours on Monday.

The CPIM leaders are preparing to bring his mortal remains to Agartala by an evening fight later today.

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