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Trg for educational administrators on academic supervision

Correspondent KOHIMA, JAN 17 (NPN) | Publish Date: 1/17/2020 11:51:20 AM IST

Samagra Shiksha Nagaland organized training programme for educational administrators on academic supervision & monitoring and educational administration & management at SIRD auditorium on Friday. The training programme aims to develop effective tools for supervision and monitoring. 

Addressing the trainees, Additional Mission Director, Samagra Shiksha, Limawabang Aier encouraged the administrators to build a sound network for better communication.

“Communication is the most important and necessary thing we need to take up right now to disseminate information at the right time,” he said.

Aier said that academic supervisions means not only checking teachers attendance but it is to motivate teachers and suppose to invoke their aspirations. “It is your duty to motivate teachers to perform better”, he reminded and called upon members to sacrifice for the state so that it will benefit the in the long run.

He also challenged to make schooling meaningful and asked to focus on elementary education first before high school.

Principal Director School Education Nagaland, Shanavas C also took up sessions on “Academic Supervision and Monitoring, Educational Administration and Management” and briefed the field officers of the department to be prepared to carry out the assignments sincerely. 

During the interaction, principal director shared the sample copy of the Teachers Diary 2020 which will be provided to all the government teachers and sought the views of the field officers.

Additional Director School Education, Razouseyi Vese spoke on the need to strengthen the supervision & monitoring system in the department. 

He informed the participants that department is about to complete development of tools for the supervision and monitoring of schools.

Earlier, delivering keynote address, Assistant Mission Director Samagra Shiksha Nagaland, Kelhikha Kenye said that education is dynamic in nature. 

“We need to constantly make effort to build robust education system by improving our schools through constant supervision and monitoring of our schools,” he said.

Stating that there is urgency to improve education system by improving administration and management of the schools, he said “This can be brought about if we work out mechanism for effective supervising as supervising officers.”

The introductory session was chaired by Assistant Mission Director, Samagra Shiksha Nagaland, Chungngam and attended by the officers from the directorate, Samagra Shiksha, DEO, Sr. SDEO, AEO, JEO and school heads.

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