Joint teachers’ co-ordination committee formed
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Kupwara: To uplift the educational standards and address the problems of teaching community, a joint co-ordination committee of principals’ forum, lecturers’ forum and teachers’ forum was constituted here.
According to a statement, a meeting held under the chairmanship of principal boys higher secondary school Kupwara, Javid Iqbal Wani was attended by district president teachers’ forum Muhammad Amin Khan, district secretary Muhammad Aslam Masoodi, publicity secretary, Nazir Ahmad Wani, Nazir Ahmad Bhat of Principals’ forum, Matiuallah Masoodi, Ghulam Ahmad and some others.
The participants discussed the prevailing educational system in Kupwara and various measures to improve the system. Various problems being faced by teachers and students were also discussed. Lecturers’ forum was represented by Ghulam Ahmad Bhat its acting district president, Muhammad Maqbool and Bashir Ahmad Malla.
A district level co ordination committee was constituted with Javid Iqbal Wani from principal forum as its chairman, Muhammad Aslam Masoodi of teachers’ forum as its secretary and Muhammad Maqbool as its treasurer. Besides two members from teachers’ forum, one from lecturers’ forum and one from principals’ forum were inducted in joint co-ordination committee.
The committee members pledged to work earnestly to put the educational system in the district on its right track and address the genuine problems of teaching community and students. The members also upheld that they would make all efforts to eradicate the illegal practices in every educational office including the board office in the district.
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