Minister for planning TR Zeliang on Wednesday emphasized on the need to impart quality education from the high school level as the knowledge acquired during the initial stage lives forever and determines one’s future ability.
Speaking as chief guest in the inaugural programme of Ramzie School Jalukie, the minister urged the Village Education Board to be more serious while selecting teachers for their respective villages.
With the number of single-teacher school highest in Peren district, the minister urged schools both government and private, to give their best effort to introduce quality education in the district. “The general public should be aware of the fact that it is no more spade age, but space age”, he said while emphasizing the need for mass awareness in the importance of education.
While also encouraging the proprietor of school Kehupeulang, the minister said that establishing an educational institution was a noble profession. The fruit of the policy of the government can be reaped only when the people are educated, he said.
Earlier, on behalf of the proprietor’s family, G.H Ramlia, additional district and session Judge, Fast track court, Dimapur, highlighted the need to impart education to all as it was one’s right. The Judge also appealed the state government to frame rules and guidelines to ensure education to all children.
A press release received though mail stated that the school which was just 2 Kms from Jalukie town was hustle-bustle free and perfectly nested in a location suitable for a serene learning.
With Montessori trained teachers, the school also adopts several strategies and facilities which provides onscreen teaching classes during intervals, transportation on all working days, spacious auditorium and playground. It also reserves 4% seat free of cost for the orphans.