Mnp CM urges govt teachers to be committed

Correspondent IMPHAL, Dec 11 | Publish Date: 12/11/2020 12:33:31 PM IST

Manipur chief minister N Biren Singh on Friday called upon teachers of government schools to be dedicated to their duty, in a speech after the inauguration of a school building constructed under the School Fagathansi Mission (Let’s developed school mission) in Imphal. 

The chief minister who inaugurated the new building at Tamphasana Girls Higher Secondary School in Imphal also graced the 48th Annual Prize Distribution of HSLC Examination 2020 conducted by the Board of Secondary Education, Manipur and Incentives Award Ceremony 2020 of department of education (s), Manipur.
In his address during the function, Singh said that keeping in view the importance of dedication from teachers in the educational development of students, the government would also take up measures to award dutiful teachers as an encouragement to bring out more bright students.
He stated that students coming from poor families had been facing problems studying at private schools due to their high fee structures and affected he economy of their families as their earnings had been expended to payment of high amounts of fees.  As such, development of infrastructures of government schools is very important to increase enrolment of students, which in turn would ease some of the financial burdens faced by poor families, he added.
 Singh expressed happiness with the increase in numbers of position holders from government schools and also in the percentage of enrolment of students after the launch of the mission. 
The chief minister appealed to the students to be sincere and hard working in their studies, asserting that they are the future pillars of the state and not to waste their precious time on any unnecessary matters. 
He also assured that the government would put every effort for the development of schools and students.
State works minister Th Biswajit Singh who also spoke on the occasion said that development of a region depends on its human resources and it was only through education that human resources could be developed. 
Highlighting the need of studying history among the students, he stated that it would make them understand and maintain the age- old relation that had existed between different ethnic groups of the state.  
Education minister Sorokhaibam Rajen Singh in his address appreciated the initiatives taken up by the chief minister to bring growth in the education sector through the School Fagathansi Mission. 
The mission had played a major role in infrastructure development and increase in enrolment percentage in government schools which were earlier left in pathetic condition, he added.
The education minister also informed that an awareness programme on National Education Policy 2020 will be conducted soon to make everyone aware of the new policy.

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