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J&K government schools to have special teams to keep an eye on teaching, learning methodologies

Last Updated on April 1, 2022 at 1:35 pm

Government run schools will now have special teams to keep the track of teaching and learning methods as well as assess the infrastructure available for students. These teams have been framed by the J&K School Education Department (SED).

These teams will also keep an eye on availability of drinking water and electricity in the schools and inspecting the availability of sports infrastructure and library facilities in schools.

In an order issued by the Principal Secretary SED, Bishwajit Kumar Singh, different teams headed by the special secretary, additional secretary, deputy secretary, concerned Director School Education, Chief Education Officers (CEOs) and Zonal Education Officers (ZEOs) will visit the schools from primary to higher secondary level.

Order read that inspection report will be submitted to Administrative Secretary after the inspection and monthly report will be submitted every month on or before 5th.

Also the teams headed by CEOs, ZEOs and other district and zonal level officers will inspect at least five schools in a month. These schools will include one higher secondary school, one high school, one middle school and two primary schools. The teams headed by district education planning officer or deputy CEO will visit two high schools and two middle schools besides one primary school.

As per order, teams will give general details about the school and status of reading ability of students and status of writing of students.