Education Minister Focus on Quality Teaching

Published: 29th April 2016 06:11 AM  |   Last Updated: 29th April 2016 06:11 AM   |  A+A-

BHUBANESWAR: School and Mass Education  Minister Debi Prasad Mishra has called upon the teachers community to stress on new initiatives which would enhance the quality of  education and lead to overall development of students. Addressing a two-day State-level workshop  recently, he said it is also the  responsibility of  officers of the Department to integrate indigenous knowledge systems into the existing structure. Speaking on the occasion, Commissionercum-  Secretary Ranjana Chopra said the workshop aimed at creating a bridge between students and teachers to enhance knowledge  skills and act as a transformative support structure for parents towards a common goal.

The year 2016-17, she said, has been designated  as Quality Year. Improvement in elementary education scenario has been a major challenge before the  Government. Despite improving access, retention, introduction of good curriculum and classroom processes  which impact quality of education have remained areas of concern. The workshop threw light on Government's endeavours towards improving learning  environment and outcomes in elementary schools through a continuous monitoring evaluation process. About 600 education  administrators, district and block level education officers, senior officers of the Department and heads of OPEPA as well as SCERT  were present.

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