Wednesday, June 7, 2023

GPSCWSN Lerie observes SMC Day


Government Primary School for Children With Special Needs (GPSCWSN), Lerie, Kohima observed School Management Committee (SMC) Day at the school premises on Monday.
Speaking at the programme, joint mission director, Samagra Shiksha, Nagaland, Dr. Kevi Rio, observed that the school had a shortage of classrooms which was also hampering classroom teaching and learning. In this regard, he assured to take up the matter and that by next year, a building on the upper floor will become operational for use.
Stating that even if infrastructure was well equipped, he said that only if the management and teachers were good, the school would progress to bring transformation in the school and community.
Dr. Rio said everyone plays different roles in building the foundation of children and asked teachers to keep doing their best to mould the students.
Dr. Rio reminded that the teachers needed to set examples to bring a paradigm shift in the mentality that private schools performed better than government schools but also proved that government schools could also do well and be at par with them.
The speaker opined that the school education department was doing their best and introducing best practices and training for the same while adding that with the introduction of Samagra Shiksha, the government and department was determined to reach the last point of the communities.
Chairperson SMC, Meduhele Solo while delivering a speech on behalf of the Committee said the Nagaland Communitization of Public Institutions and Services Act, 2002 was one of the most important pieces of legislation in the history of schools and assured that the SMC would continue to help in whatever way possible. Meanwhile, Solo said the committee and concerned members would pursue school upgradation.
Speech on behalf of the school was delivered by teacher in-charge, Kedivi Mekro. The students of the school, CWSN pupils presented songs. Earlier, the programme was chaired by Tepuchano Kikhi.


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