Eduction board to open state-of-the-art online centre at Ahmedabad
GN Bureau | January 10, 2013
Now students in Gujarat will no longer have to run to Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (GSHSEB) headquarters in Gandhinagar to get a duplicate certificate copy of class X or XII. The Board is planning to come up with a student-friendly infrastructure and a centre in Ahmedabad to complete such formalities online.
The centre is a part of Rs 93 crores budget proposed in general board meeting on Wednesday in Gandhinagar. From the total budget, around Rs 50 lakh is being kept aside to initiate work on a civic-centre like infrastructure.
There would be provision of payment from nearby place and apply online in this public interface facility. One such centre has already been installed in Vadodara.
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