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DPDB Longleng to adopt schools

DPDB Longleng to adopt schools
DC along with DPDB members during the meeting held on June 7. (DIPR)
DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 6/9/2019 12:01:13 PM IST

Longleng District Planning & Development Board (DPDB) at the monthly meeting on June 7 under the chairmanship of DC, John Tsulise Sangtam has resolved to adopt GPS and GMS by every department under Longleng district, to supervise and monitor the teachers and VECs at the primary level. 

According to DIPR report, the decision was taken after a lengthy discussion on the agenda submitted by ADC, Longleng, Temsu Wati and supplemented by DC and SDO (Civil) for adoption of GPS and GMS. 

DC informed the members that poor performance of the students in HSLC and HSSLC was due to lack of quality education at the primary level. He pointed out that the policy of communitization had negative impact on the performance of the schools. 

He also lamented that qualified and trained teachers appointed to impart the students were not performing their duties and keeping proxy teachers with the understanding of the VECs in maximum schools in the primary sectors. 

He also spoke on misuse of midday meal scheme and other schemes meant for development of the schools by the VECs. 

He therefore, said that adoption of schools by the officers will be beneficial not only to the schools and students alone but also for teachers and officers concerned to be active in their performance.  

DEO Longleng enumerated the numbers of GPS and GMS in the district and also shared the pathetic condition of some schools and students at the village level. 

She also highlighted the performance of the GHSS and GHS in the HSSLC & HSLC Examination 2019.

The members decided to approve the agenda for adopting GPS & GMS by the respective members of the DPDB. 

A six member sub-committee headed by ADC Longleng as chairman was constituted to prepare guidelines for school adoption by the officers and will submit the detailed report in the next meeting.  

The other members of the committee include SDO (Civil), DEO, SDEO, BDO Sakshi and CDPO Longleng. 

The adoption of schools will start after the summer break. 

DC also informed the members that agendas approved and recommended by DPDB will be reviewed quarterly to ascertain the status and action taken by the concern authority in the higher level. 

Medical and Land Resource departments presented their departmental activities. 

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