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August 2, 2009

Efforts on by Karimganj DC to streamline education system

NILAMBAZAR, Aug 2 – The Deputy Commissioner of Karimganj Dr M Angamuthu has directed the Inspector of Schools to visit at least five higher secondary schools a week.

He also instructed the district elementary education officer to direct the Deputy Inspector of Schools, Block elementary education officer and sub-inspector of schools to visit at least five primary and middle schools a week.

Besides, the District Magistrate also directed the ADCs/SDO (Sadar), circle officer, settlement officer/assistant settlement officers to visit schools and inspect the attendance, mid-day meal programme and submit reports to him each week.

In a recent order the District Magistrate said it has been reported that some vested interests have been actively mismanaging resources meant for the mid-day-meal and SSA scheme. As such, those teachers were warned not to allow such activities.

Further, the Deputy Commissioner warned those teachers who are involved in proxy teaching not to continue such type of activities. He received reports from various corners that quite a large number of teachers are involved in proxy teaching.

It may be mentioned here that not only a large number of teachers, but also some head teacher of LP and ME schools and Madrassas have been doing politics or business without attending schools for years together. ASSAM TRIBUNE

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