Inculcate moral edu among students: Govt ‘Hr sec exams in 8 days’
Srinagar, May 17: The Education Minister, Peerzada Muhammad Sayeed today underscored the need for inculcating moral values among the students.
“No moral education is provided in schools,” Peerzada said while addressing North West School Boards one day conference on Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation scheme of examination organized by Board of School Education.
Peerzada asked the teachers to ensure implementation of new educational schemes for the betterment of society. He also called for strengthening of the education system.
Secretary Education, G A Peer stressed on making the Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation scheme functional at classroom level and said the teachers should be held accountable for it.
He said the Right to education would be meaningless if quality education was not provided in schools.
BOSE Chairman, Prof Desh Bandu Gupta said, the examination of class 11 and 12 would be conducted in eight working days and wouldn’t be prolonged for a month.
He said the availability of results on internet and Short Service Messaging had saved time of students.
He proposed health check ups of students in government schools and their overall personality development.
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