Development forum meet in Noklak

Development forum meet in Noklak
DC Noklak, Reny Wilfred chairing the meeting at Noklak on September 15. (DIPR)
DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 9/16/2020 12:25:13 PM IST

Development forum (education sector) of Noklak district held a meeting on September 15 at DC office, under the chairmanship of deputy commissioner Noklak, Reny Wilfred.

According to DIPR report, the forum discussed on “district vision document for quality education for all” with a vision to have a cent percent pass in class 10 and 12 in government schools and to improve quality education at village level.

One of the main highlights was to come up with quarterly format to submit progress report to state level through DPDB on various education quality improvement infrastructures. Graduate teacher, GHSS Noklak and former president ANSTA, Tuensang unit, Puchai P.M on his presentation focused on improvement of students’ quality education and their overall upliftment.

Acting head master, St. Paul School Noklak who is also awardee of state teacher’s award 2020, Piju Mathew presented on quality improvement measures taken by private schools that could be replicated in the district action plan.

Coordinator and community development promoter, Chongkoi Khiamniungan spoke on sustainable human resource and educational development of the district. She highlighted that focus area of developmental promoter would be education and career guidance, skill development to boost local economy, agriculture, promoting Noklak as tourism hot spot of Northeas, etc. Career guidance cell would be set up in KBCA to benefit parents and children.

Muletolu Vero, NYK coordinator and who is also a United Nations volunteers provided number of insights on her previous experiences which could be used to adopt the education and youth development to the cultural context of Nagaland.

Meanwhile, 10 youth volunteers attached to office of deputy commissioner to assist administration in data collection, IT cell support, awareness generation, dissemination of information and leadership building among youths shared their perspective of educational development and realities.

To address the problem of network connectivity in most of the villages of the district, development promoter proposed for a campaign for mobilization of community participation through good will donation of smart TVs and laptops for villages that are cut off from data connectivity and unable to access online education.

The forum resolved to come up with an education vision document 2030 and final draft document is expected to be ready by September end.

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