Minister Kunwar Vijay Shah issues directives in state level meeting
Bhopal, May 23, 2017 (Ataullah Faizan): Minister for School Education Kunwar Vijay Shah said that weekly review will be made now through video conferencing in order to bring improvement in Board Examination results. He directed the District Officers to make inspection process of government schools more effective for qualitative improvement in school education. Minister Kunwar Shah was addressing the State Level meeting of District Officers at Academy of Administration today. Minister of State for School Education Mr. Deepak Joshi was present in the meeting. District wise review of board examination results of class 10th and 12th was made in the meeting. Kunwar Shah mentioned that teachers which are attached for non academic works in the state should be relieved till May 31st at any cost for their postings in schools. He directed the District Education Officers to make such arrangements in the districts that teachers should not be entrusted with non academic works. He instructed for writing a letter again at the state level to the District Collectors in this regard.
Moreover, Kunwar Shah told to implement ‘Gyanarjan’ project which is being implemented in Mandla and Raisen districts in the entire state. There is an arrangement for monitoring class 10th and 12th syllabus after dividing it on daily basis through software under the ‘Gyanarjan’ project. Remarkable improvement was registered in the board examination result of class 10th and 12th in these two districts. Furthermore, Kunwar Shah also said to pay attention towards education of disabled children and their hostel arrangements.
Minister of State for School Education Mr. Deepak Joshi stated that improvement in board examination results could be obtained in a better way from suggestions received from Field Officers. He also told to ensure regular presence of teachers. Deliberations on status of school education at middle level, action plan on quality in education, free cycle scheme, building construction, CM Helpline cases and integrated scholarship schemes were made in the meeting. Secretary School Education Mrs. Deepti Gour Mukherjee issued directives for conducting regular parents’ meeting in government schools for qualitative improvement.
Commissioner Public Instructions Mr. Neeraj Dubey gave directives to bring improvement analyzing board examination results. Director State Education Centre Mr. Lokesh Jatav suggested for working with a team spirit at state, district, block and center level for qualitative improvement in education. Joint Director School Education Divisional office, District Education Officers and Project Coordinators District Education Centre were present in the meeting.