Kashmir Indepth

DC Budgam stresses on discipline, peer learning, extra classes

BUDGAM, MARCH 9: Deputy Commissioner, Budgam Dr Syed Sehrish Asgar today said that she will take weekly review of performances of all colleges and higher secondary schools during the upcoming academic session starting from March 11 across the district.

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While chairing a meeting to review the arrangements and preparedness for the conduct of next academic session, the Deputy Commissioner said that the government gives priority to the education sector every effort shall be made to achieve the better results.

 The meeting was attended by SP Budgam Amod Ashok Nagpure, CEO Budgam, Fatima Tak, DEPO Budgam, Farooq Ahmad Raina. Principals of all degree Colleges and Higher Secondary schools were also present on the occasion.

Speaking on the occasion, the DC directed the school authorities to conduct regular morning assemblies and to impart good values among the students by making moral education mandatory in schools. She called for maintenance of discipline at all educational institutions and directed principals to ensure that students attend their classes in proper uniform and do not use cell phones inside school premise or indulge in any misconduct or indiscipline at school or outside it. She asked college/school heads to create squads and discipline committees to ensure discipline is maintained in their educational institutes. The DC also asked school/college heads to restrict entry of outsiders inside education institutions.

She also asked school authorities to hold weekly counseling sessions with their students particularly with weak students so that they excel in their studies. The DC also asked school/ college heads to hold regular teacher- parents meetings for better results.

Emphasizing on conducting of co-curricular activities at all education institutions, the DC asked concerned to involve students in sports, cultural and adventurous activities to boost them for more and more learning. She laid stress on holding extra classes and peer learning and group learning classes for students particularly for weak students for their better performance. The DC further directed the concerned to ensure all facilities are put in place at schools before their opening for the next academic session.

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