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Siliguri Boys’ High School to start coaching facilities for competitive exams
State tourism minister Gautam Deb

Our Correspondent   |   Siliguri   |   Published 29.08.20, 02:01 AM

The reputable Siliguri Boys’ High School will introduce coaching facilities for students for state and national level competitive exams.

State tourism minister Gautam Deb, also the president of the school’s managing committee, said it would start coaching students in Classes XI and XII for exams such as NEET, JEE and others, as well as hone their skills to face interviews. As of now, the coaching classes will be held online, Deb said.


“Once school reopens, the coaching classes would be held like any regular class. For lower classes, we will introduce Abacus and mental maths,” added the minister.

The managing committee, sources said, has planned infrastructure upgrade in the school, including installation of CCTV cameras and solar panels, a new shed for serving midday meals to students, a new hall and an activity room.

“Also, the school’s auditorium would be refurbished and new rooms will come up for the headmaster, other staff and for the school office,” said a source.

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