Strive for even better results in SSLC: DDPI

Way to a better future: Deputy Director of Public Instruction H D Govindaiah released ‘Navyaspoorthi’, a handout on the 2010-11 high school programme and guide on qualitative education in Kolar on Saturday. Padmanabh, Krishnamurthy, Venkatarama Reddy, Subramanya, Jayarama Reddy, K S Nagaraja Gowda and Nagendra Prasad were present. DH photo

The district should utilise the new facilities to reach the fifth place in SSLC examinations in the State in 2012, said H D Govindaiah, the Deputy Director for Public Instruction (DDPI).

He was speaking after releasing ‘Navyaspoorthi’, guide on qualitative results for high school education in 2011-12 at the Chennayya Rangamandira on Saturday.

“The district now stands at eighth position. Now, it should work to reach the fifth position, although keeping in mind not to forgo the essence of qualitative training,” said Govindaiah and added that the new guide has been planned and brought out to help the schools in the district reach this end.The DDPI advised head-teachers to be role models.

A good result can only be achieved with an excellent working relationship with the teachers, he said.

“Government, aided and unaided schools should maintain records meticulously, as this affects the future of students.” He reminded schools to utilise the fees collected from students optimally and for just means. “Otherwise, the guilty can be punished by law,” he added.

‘Shalegagi Naavu Neevu’ is a much-awaited project of the State Education Minister. The Chief Minister and also MPs from the State, ministers, legislators, members of the local administrative bodies will all compulsorily visit schools on July 5 and inspect the surroundings as well as conditions of the schools, said Govindaiah.

‘Qualitative education for pro-active administration’ is the punch-line of the government for the education year 2011-12. Ensuring right implementation of the new Right to Education Act, which will come into force on September 5, is the duty of teachers, said the DDPI.

“Providing compulsory education for all children between six and 14 years of age is a great responsibility on the shoulders of the Department of Education as well as teachers,” he said.

Every one kilometer, there should be one lower primary school; every three kilometer, there should be one high school and every five kilometer, there should be one high school. “The district needs four more high schools to fulfill this requirement,” he added.

Deputy Director of the Sarvashikshan Abhiyaan Jayarama Reddy, education officers Nagendra Prasad, Subramanya and C R Ashok, block education officers K S Nagaraja Gowda, Jayaraj, Padmanabh, Krishnamurthy, Venkatarama Reddy and Mohammad Khaleel were among those present at the programme.

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