This has come in the midst of ongoing West Bengal Assembly polls.
Modi, Shah lacked courtesy to enquire about Bengal CM's wellbeing after 'attack': TMC leader Partha Chatterjee
Chatterjee further said the party has asked activists and supporters across the state to exercise restraint and not organise protests against the attack.
The SSC candidates claimed that they have cleared the examination and are waiting for their appointment since 2016.
Partha Chatterjee claimed that BJP leaders are losing ground in the face of welfare measures taken by the TMC government
Chatterjee said that the TMC has gained from strength to strength under Banerjee's leadership, and the party has an ideal mix of the old and the young.
Some students' and teachers' associations have been demanding phase-wise resumption of classes in secondary and higher secondary schools.
TMC's poll strategist Prashant Kishore was reported to be present at the meeting.
CISCE wrote to the chief ministers to allow schools to reopen partially from January, especially for students who will appear for ICSE and ISC examinations.
After a virtual meeting with Vice-Chancellors of state universities, West Bengal Education Minister Partha Chatterjee said, at present campuses cannot be opened for students due to the pandemic.
State-run and state-aided schools also said, they were yet to receive any advisory from the government.
The ruling party had run-ins with Dhankhar on several issues concerning universities including his convening meeting with VCs and their non-attendance on past occasions.
This will simplify the procedure of mutual transfer, Education Minister Partha Chatterjee said while launching the portal.
A Vice-Chancellor of a prominent state university who attended the virtual meeting said it was also decided to start first-year postgraduate classes from December 1
Narendra Modi, during his address at the conference, said 'maximum flexibility' has to be shown in implementing the policy.