Wednesday, September 27, 2023

Challenges faced by govt schools in Meluri discussed

A consultative meeting was held on June 3 at Meluri sub-division where advisor of School Education & SCERT, Dr. Kekhrie Yhome; advisor N&RE and NSDMA, Z. Nyusietho Nyuthe and officers from the administration and school department deliberated on the challenges faced by the government schools.
A DIPR report informed that, Dr. Yhome in his address expressed concerns about the low enrollment in government schools, despite the provision of free education with highly qualified teachers. He announced that every village would have primary schools. However, the establishment of middle schools and high schools would be based on enrollment numbers, and teacher allocation would be adjusted accordingly under the rationalization policy. Dr. Yhome also emphasized that rewards would be given to the best-performing schools.
Advisor N&RE and NSDMA, Z. Nyusietho Nyuthe, spoke about the crucial role and responsibilities of teachers. He emphasized the importance of sincerity, dedication, and punctuality in their duties. He also highlighted the necessity of community participation for the proper functioning and quality of educational institutions.
The participants in the meeting included EAC Lephory, Tsalimse Sangram, SDEO Meluri, Elvis Singson, and Principal of Government Higher Secondary School Meluri, Tiatemsu Aier. They discussed the challenges faced by almost all the schools under Meluri Sub-division, particularly the shortage of science and math teachers.
Avelu Ruho, Deputy Project Director NEP (NECTAR) was as the moderator for the session.


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