Formulate study plans for 2013-14, headmasters told
The Hans India | 24 July 2013 5:54 PM GMT
Rampachodavaram: Study plans should be formulated from Class III to Class IX for the academic year 2013-14 in the stipulated format, Tribal Welfare...
Rampachodavaram: Study plans should be formulated from Class III to Class IX for the academic year 2013-14 in the stipulated format, Tribal Welfare Commissioner Somesh Kumar directed the headmasters in a tele-conference here on Monday. He directed the officials to divide residential schools according to grades to strengthen the educational system. He further said that the ST students should be identified in MPP and GPS schools and to prepare reports in the surrounding areas of residential schools in order to examine the possibility of admitting ST students into residential schools. He directed that the reports on the requirement of basic infrastructure like toilets and drinking water facilities along with the requirement of staff according to the subjects should be submitted on time. Local ITDA project officer C Naga Rani directed the headmasters to submit reports on the division of residential schools for the year 2013-14 by April 24 as per the directions of the Tribal Welfare Commissioner. She asked the headmasters to prepare action plans to admit students into residential schools and to strengthen the education separately for boys and girls in 16 co-education schools in the division by the end of the academic year 2012-13. She said revision classes are being conducted to fill up the gaps in QuEST programme and suggested for steps to admit every student from Class III into residential schools. She informed that seven double section schools each with 640 students have been selected in connection with the school grading in the first phase and 10 schools with single section each comprising 320 students have been selected. Ms Naga Rani maintained that many programmes have been taken up in the name of Rajiv Vidya Mission and 'Rupanthar' to improve tribal education from the last two years. She explained that the construction of nine post-Matric schools has been taken up for the students who passed Class X and Youth Training Centres are being set up for the skill development of tribals in the district. She called upon Mandal Education Officers (MEOs) and Special Officers to make efforts to strengthen education system and to conduct meetings with parents.