Night classes for slow learners at Uppalige

Night classes for slow learners at Uppalige

School Development & Monitoring Committee of Irde-Uppalige Government High School in Bettampady of Puttur Taluk will begin night classes for slow learning SSLC students to bring 100 per cent result. There are 30 SSLC students in the school and few have been identified as slow learners. Out of them night class will be conducted to nine boys from February 20 to March 29.

Classes will be held at the school from 6.30 pm to 11 pm. Concession has been given to girl students and female teachers. Each day one teacher will have the responsibility of conducting classes. For girls, lessons will be taught in their houses only, told Krishna Prasad Alva to Deccan Herald.

Puttur MLA Shakunthala Shetty will inaugurate the night class programme at Irde-Uppalige Government High School in Bettampady and Kombettu Government Junior College premises on February 19  at 8.30 am.

Krishna Prasad Alva, Founder President of Sri Vishnu Yuvaka Mandala says he was impressed by the hard work of the education department officials of the taluk to get good results in SSLC. “We have taken parents of all students into confidence to conduct night classes. We donated solar lamp to a girl, who did not have electricity connection at home. The SDMC has also promised gold medal for the highest scorer,” he added.

Alva said development work is being taken up in the school. The government provides a lot of facilities to government schoolchildren. When school performs well in academics, parents would start praising government schools.

“We are happy Rotary Club Puttur has donated plates and cups for mid-day meal to the school recently. During night classes for one month, Raghunath of the village has promised of providing work sheets and Devappa Gowda will provide dinner to students,” he said.

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