Arunachal: Meeting held for quality of education


A meeting has been called in Tawang for discussion on upcoming Arun Board examination and to improve the quality of education.


A meeting of all the Principals, Headmaster, Headmistress and teacher incharges of govt schools of Tawang district was convened today at upper primary school shyo, village Tawang. The meeting was chaired by Sang Khandu EAC, I/C DC Tawang and was also attended by DDSE I/C Hridhar Phuntsok, DMO Tawang Dr.Wangdi Lama, Commanding Officer 2nd Bn NCC Tawang Colonel Raghunath Singh and other officers from education deptt.

In his welcome address Dondup BEO (hq) informed that, the meeting has been called for discussion on upcoming Arun Board examination for classes V and VIII, conduct of Complex examination for classes III, IV,VI and VII, and to improve the quality of education. He also read out the minutes of the last meeting and performance report in examination of every  govt. school of the district.

Speaking on the occasion as guest speaker Colonel Raghunath singh, informed the house present about establishment of 2nd Battalion NCC in Tawang and to encourage the students especially those from classes nine and above to join NCC, He also informed the house about the benefits of being enrolled as cadet in NCC.

Many teacher incharges, Principal and Head teachers placed their grievances and also suggestions before the house for improvement of quality education.

DMO Tawang Dr.Wangdi Lama requested the teaching community to educate the children about health and hygiene and also to take special care of those children staying in residential schools.  DDSE Tawang Hridhar Phuntsok appreciated the hard work and sincerity of the teachers and also requested them to keep working more sincere and dedicatedly.

Sang Khandu, EAC addressed the teachers as the nation builders and appealed them to come forward with new teaching methods and improve the quality of education. He expressed his confidence that in the coming examinations the students will do well and the credit  goes to teacher. He also shared his experience as an administrative officer in various remote postings.

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