Directorate of Technical Education Board Rajasthan NCVT Results 2013
Directorate of Technical Education Board Rajasthan (DTER) has declared the NCVT Results 2013 on its Official Website www.dte.rajasthan.gov.in.
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Directorate of Technical Education Board Rajasthan History
Until 1894, when the missionaries introduced elementary education, Mizos were illiterate without any written language. The first primary school was set up in 1898 at Aizawl. Formal education started only after the arrival of the Christian Missionaries in the year 1894, by two Pioneering Missionaries Dr. (Rev) J.H. Lorrain and Rev. F.W. Savidge. They came first as teachers and then as preachers (N.K. Das, 1994). It was by the sheer efforts and initiatives of the pioneer missionaries that the Mizo language was abridged into writing by adopting the Roman Script. What is now called the Mizo language is ‘Duhlian’ dialect spoken by the Lushai from time immemorial. One of the beneficial results of missionary activities was the spread of education. Till the late 1952 the Church looked after the Elementary Education through Honorary Inspector of Schools.The fact that the first high school in Mizoram was opened in the year 1944 followed by the first matriculate examination in 1948 indicates that Mizoram is a late starter in the field of education. But the progress since then has been tremendous and enormous. In 1901 it was thought that literacy was only 0.9% but by 2005 census had reached 89%. Today Mizoram is second only to Kerala for literacy in India at 95%.