Not Knowing English or weakness in English is the main reason for the failure of most of the boy and girls of this area in getting job.
Knowing English is a condition for most of the jobs in Private and Public sectors.
There is not a single Government service which does not require working knowledge of English.
Many of our boys and girl aspire for the post of Ambassador, SDO, DM, Secretary, Chief Secretary, SP, CP, DCP, DIB; Railway General Manager, Member, Chairman, Post Master General, Comptroller and Auditor General etc. Members of the services like IFS, IAS, IPS, IRTS, IAAS are posted to these posts. Recruitment to these services is done by Union Public Service Commission through the most prestigious competitive examination, the Central Civil Services Examination through the most prestigious competitive examination, the Central Civil Services Examination, held every year. English is a compulsory paper in this examination. English is a compulsory paper for all the competitive examinations like WBCS(Executive). Miscellaneous, and even Clerkship, conducted by West Bengal Public Service Commission. Keeping this in view, for making our boys and girls skilled in English, we applied to the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi for affiliation of English Medium School and successfully achieved it in February 2018. Now it is affiliated to CBSE up to Senior Secondary with both Science and Arts Streams.
The English Medium Education teachers teach in this Institution.
Not only in Secondary and Senior Secondary stages, we have Started English Medium Institution from the pre-primary stage also.
Study here will make the students skilled and comfortable in English along with other subjects.
The Joint Entrance Examination for admission in important All India Institutions like Medical Colleges, IITs, IIS, and IISERs is conducted by All India Boards. So , studying the syllabus of All India Boards like CBSE will be helpful for the students for getting admission there.
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