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CM devises Internal Assessment Cell for schools
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CM devises Internal Assessment Cell for schools
PHOTO : CM Manik Sarkar and other Ministers in a meeting of SSA at Secretariat. TIWN Pic Sept 17

AGARTALA, September 17 (TIWN): The union government’s education policy will do nothing but protect the interest the capitalists of the country. “This will pave the way for the capitalists to get workers at cheap rate”, remarked Chief Minister Manik Sarkar, today, while speaking in the General Body meeting of the Sarva Siksha Aviyan’s (SSA) state mission at state Secretariat.

Regular attendance of the teachers and students, regular inspection by the Inspector of Schools (IS) and other significant matters pertaining to enhancing the quality of education were some of the issues which the Chief Minister has given insistence in the meeting. Internal Assessment Cell needs to be constituted in each of the schools and this system of self evaluation would comprise of attendances of students, classes of individual teachers, Mid Day Meal, cleanliness and proper sanitation arrangements. Furthermore, the Chief Minister has directed the Department of School Education to initiate required administrative steps for the formation of a committee to be headed by the Head Master of the respective school for managing and coordinating the tasks of the internal assessment unit. The minister has also devised to create another committee to be named as Teachers-Parents committee including two guardians and two local educationists. He has directed the concerned department to send this order copy to all the schools within next September 30.

To introduce constant monitoring and strengthen the entire structure the minister has asked the District Magistrates (DM), Sub divisional Magistrates (SDM) and Block Development Officers (BDO) to visit at least five schools in a month and submit the report to the Principal Secretary (School Education) for taking corrective measures, if necessary. In addition, the Chief Minister has also requested the Vice Chancellor (VC) Tripura Central University to look into the matter of introducing B.Ed. courses in the existing degree colleges of state for proper training of the teachers.

Minister of School Education Tapan Chakraborty, Social Education and Social Welfare Minister Bijita Nath, Chief Secretary G.Kameswara Rao and VC Professor Anjan Kumar Ghosh were also present in the meeting.            

 

 

           

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