Gyalshing, 11 February (IPR): A coordination meeting with registered private educational institutions in West District was held at the Community Hall, today. The District Collector West Shri. Karma R. Bonpo chaired the meeting as the Chief Guest.
The meeting also saw the presence of Additional Director/ Education Department, Mr. K.C Gyatso; Nodal Officer/ Deputy Director, Mr. P.L Subba; Deputy Director, Mr. J.P Chhetri; BAC Heads; Principals and representatives of registered Private Educational Institutions.
The District Collector in his address, informed about the objective of the meeting which was to encourage and centralize the attention towards every student no matter of government or private affiliations.To bring improvements in the quality of education he suggested the prospect of cross-pollination method approach in between working ethics of both private and government educational sectors towards the overall development of the students. While confronting the immense hardship faced by the institutions because of the prevailing Covid situation he called for voluntary efforts to strengthen the education quality of the students through institution intervention and even informed about the pivotal role of the administration in it.
The District Collector further suggested upon keeping track of the personal growth of the students for using it as an indicator, which can be looked upon later. Primary education being the foundation of the students on which their career is build, he suggested the government and private sectors to work more seriously on it. He even suggested about the competitive approaches in between Schools for healthy engagement of the students.Teachers been bestowed with the most important role to perform towards taking and shaping the state as well as country into the path of greater glory, he added. For sustainable and competitive environment in the education sector, DC urged for making optimum use of the opportunity and motivated upon creating abled manpower towards utilisation of those opportunity.
The District Collector encouraged collective efforts especially in the primary sector and urged for the support as well as valuable suggestions from the private schools for futher more improvements in the course of successful implimentation of the cause.
District Nodal Officer, Mr. P. L Subba presented a brief report through Power Point presentation on private educational institutions in the west district.
At the interactive session, five minutes each to one representative from Primary, Junior High, Secondary and Senior Secondary Schools were given to floor brief comments, grievances, and suggestions at the meeting.