Simultala Awasiya Vidyalaya: Half the educational session over, the class 11 entry plan is a non-starter

The process for induction of new students on a large number of vacant seats in Class 11 is yet to be completed despite the session ending by February-March, education department officials said.

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The first-ever lateral entry plan in Simultala Awasiya Vidyalaya (SAV), the residential school set up in 2010 on the lines of the prestigious Netarhat school in undivided Bihar that went to Jharkhand after the state’s bifurcation in 2000, has remained a non-starter.

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The process for induction of new students on a large number of vacant seats in Class 11 is yet to be completed despite the session ending by February-March, education department officials said.

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SAV, located in a picturesque hamlet in Bihar’s Jamui district bordering Jharkhand, which had a promising start 12 years ago with around 32,000 students applying from across the state for admission, has failed to evoke the desired response for class 11 admissions and the deadline for inviting applications had to be extended, say officials.

The school has been consistently grappling with vacant seats at the higher secondary level due to a big drop-out rate after class 10.


A few months ago, a go-ahead was given to an earlier plan recommended for lateral entry in Class 11 in the ongoing academic session, but the response has remained lukewarm.

Given the weak response, the deadline was extended twice, but the admission process is yet to be completed, as the entrance exam could not be organised. By March next year, the students of Class 11 will have their exams and go to class 12. This means that the admission may remain stuck and the bulk of the seats may remain vacant.

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