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  ANNOUNCEMENT

Cyber safety Hand book for inclusion of chapter on cyber security 

Inclusion of chapter on cyber security in all schools of A & N Islands 

Draft National Education Policy 2019 (https://mhrd.gov.in/nep-new) 

Press Release - Draft National Education Policy 2019 

Press Release - A&N Teachers Award: Policy and Guidelines 

Andaman & Nicobar Teachers Award Policy & Guidelines 

Registration for National Awards to Teachers by Govt. of India, Ministry of Human Resource Development, Dept. of School Education & Literacy 

Monthly progress Report on the achievements activities for the month of April 2019

Summer Vacation Duty Order 2019

HoO/DDOs Charges during Summer Vacation 2019

Monthly progress Report on the achievements/activities for the month of March 2019

Monthly progress Report on the achievements/activities for the month of Feb 2019

List of the Recognized private aided/unaided schools under A & N Admn. as on Jan 2019.

 

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The evolution of education in A & N Islands dates back to the end of the 19th Century when the first Primary school in the Islands was established in 1881-82 for the prisoners and their children. This school was started in a hut and was provided with a double storied building during 1890. As per the Administration report for the year 1891-92, a Eurasian school was running at Port Blair for which a grant of Rs.600/- was given out of Rs.3000/- set apart for education by the Govt. of India. It was a single teacher school, which followed the syllabi, curriculum and code of Punjab Education Department with Urdu as the medium of instruction. Since 1895, the enrolment in this school started increasing so much that during 1900, the local Administration had to start six more Primary School in and around Port Blair. One of these schools was Anglo-Vernacular and was upgraded to Middle School in 1904-1905, still following the code of Punjab Education Department. It was in 1905-1906 that an Inspector of schools from Bengal inspected the schools in the penal settlement of A & N Islands.  More...


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