Guwahati: The Srinath Baruah Committee formed by the government to recommend reforms in SEBA, submitted its report to the government on Sunday suggesting several administrative and curriculum reforms in the Board of Secondary Education (SEBA) comprising doing away with the rank system.
The eight members committee with VC of Krishna Kanta Handique State Open University Srinath Baruah as chairman was formed in the setting of the goof-ups related to the HSLC exams this year.
The committee in its report has recommended reforms to eliminate all the examination related glitches and to put an end to all the unfair means. It has recommended to the government to adopt an Act to end the unfair means.
Education Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said that “The government will adopt the academic reforms suggested by the Srinath Baruah Committee through a democratic process. First we need a debate on the suggested reforms.”
The committee has recommended appointing a search committee to select the Chairman of SEBA who will be appointed by the government.