CBSE to open their training centre in UK


A CBSE training centre will be opened in Dehradun. The central government has sanctioned an amount of Rs. 20 crore for the training centre. Ranveer Singh, Regional Director, Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) met Uttarakhand Chief Minister  Trivendra Singh Rawat at Chief Minister’s residence on Tuesday.  The Chief Minister giving his consent for land allotment for the training centre instructed the District magistrate to prepare a proposal in this regard.

Ranveer Singh thanked the Chief Minister for his consent on land allotment for training centre and the CBSE regional office. It is to be mentioned that the regional wing of the CBSE looks after the work of 700 schools in Uttarakhand and 1100 schools in western Uttar Pradesh. Ranveer Singh, Regional Director said that after the opening of the regional office in Dehradun, it will benefit affiliated school, students and general public. On the instructions of Chief Minister, land for regional office of CBSE has already been allotted.


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