Teachers should focus on basic education of children - Principal Secretary School Education

Principal Secretary School Education Dr. Alok Shukla, while talking about the status of education in the webinar organized for quality in school admission and education, stressed upon the teachers to do the teaching work. He said that it is necessary to give basic education to the children, which will go ahead and help them in higher education. Dr. Shukla said that it is necessary to strengthen the basic education of children. District Education Officer, District Mission Coordinator, Block Education Officer, Package Coordinator, Principal of all schools, Principal Pathak and about 20 thousand teachers participated in the webinar. Principal Secretary School Education Dr. Alok Shukla called upon the teachers to ensure that children’s education Pay special attention to Even after the condition of the school in primary education is better than before, we are not able to bring the level of education to the level which we expect. He said that hundred efforts should be made under the monitoring system for the level of education. The focus should be only on the education of the children and efforts should be made as much as possible for their progressive progress. Dr. Shukla instructed the higher officials of the department to do continuous monitoring in this regard. School Education Secretary Dr. S. Bharathidasan exhorted the teachers about the work being done for the quality of basic literacy and mathematical skills (FLN), ASER and the work done in the National Achievement Survey (NAS) and called upon the teachers to emphasize on primary education for the all-round development of the children. Give. He said that if the foundation of children’s education is strong, then they will not face any difficulty in language-mathematics and any other kind of teaching going forward. Mission Director of Samagra Shiksha Shri Narendra Dugga conducted the National Achievement Survey every three years in class 3, Discussed about the status of the students of class 5, 8 and 10 in the state and the situation in different districts of the state. In which he told that Mahasamund, Surajpur and Durg stood first, second and third respectively in the state. The Mission Director also gave tips to do good work in the state in future for the National Achievement Survey conducted by NCERT. He said that the ASER survey is conducted by the Delhi-based organization from door to door in the villages in the children of the age group of 14 years and not in the school. On the basis of which the exhibition of Dhamtari district in the state of Chhattisgarh was the highest. In the beginning of the webinar, Assistant Mission Director Mr. Kailashchandra Kabra presented a detailed description of the work done in the state of Chhattisgarh on basic literacy and mathematical skills and in future, a detailed discussion was held about the implementation in all the schools of the state. Like this:Like Loading… Continue Reading