Published: 28th February 2020
Action to be taken against teachers found tutoring in private coachings: Kashmir's School Education Director
Making teaching-learning process more effective and ensure punctuality of teachers in schools, he impressed upon the teaching community to desist from the practices of private tutoring
Impressing upon the teaching community to desist from the practices of private tuition, Director School Education, Kashmir, Mohammad Younis Malik asked teachers to give their best to the student community in schools.
He said that the Directorate will provide best quality study material to the students of 12th class from this session. Malik made this announcement during a surprise visit to many Higher Secondary Schools in Srinagar district on February 27, an official spokesman said on Friday.
Making teaching-learning process more effective and ensure punctuality of teachers in schools, he impressed upon the teaching community to desist from the practices of private tutoring and asked them to give their best to the student community.
He said that action will be taken against the teachers who are found teaching in private coaching centres. He also announced that the Directorate will start communicative classes in some Higher Secondary Schools on experiment basis to enrich the communication skills of students.
Director visited Boys Higher Secondary School (BHSS) Khimber, Tailbal, Higher Secondary School (HSS) Shalimar, Girls Higher Secondary School (GHSS) Nishat and many other schools of Srinagar District.
He expressed his satisfaction over the attendance of students in the schools and hoped that this academic session will be taken in a mission mode by teachers and students alike. During his visit to the schools, Director interacted with the students, teachers and heads of schools.
He impressed upon the heads of schools to ensure punctuality of teachers in schools. He urged the teachers to give additional and remedial classes wherever necessary, to compensate for the loss of teaching days in the previous session.
During his visit to GHSS Nishat, the Director asked the principal of the school to start teaching Geography and Environmental Science at plus two levels by making internal arrangements. While visiting BHSS Khimber, he asked the principal to work out a plan so that Kindergarten classes can be started in the school from the next session.
Interacting with students, Director, Education department, felt the need for enriching the communication skills of the students. He asked the Principal of GHSS Nishat to start communicative classes in the English Language on an experimental basis which shall be reviewed after one month and if necessary, the same shall be replicated in other schools also.
The Director announced that from this session, the Directorate of School Education will provide best quality study material to the students for which the process is currently going on.