Adhere to set norms: Edu minister to pvt institutions
Jammu, Jan 8: The Minister for Education and Public Enterprises Peerzada Muammad Sayeed today said that the government is simultaneously focusing on consolidation of infrastructure and expansion to broad base the reach of educational facilities and maintain the educational standards in the state.
He said this while launching the website of All J&K Plus 2 Lecturers' Forum (www.jkplus2lectforum.com) here.
He asked the forum to use its influence in maintaining punctuality of the teachers in the schools and help the government in enforcing reforms in educational institutions.
Listing the measures taken by the government to streamline the functioning of the educational institutions, both government and private, he said while an effective mechanism has been put in place to oversee the working in the government run schools, the government has come up with a comprehensive set of norms for the regulation of the private educational institutions, including coaching centers.
Peerzada asked the management of the private schools and coaching centres to adhere to the rules and instructions issued by the Government asking them to prominently display fee structure and registration at their respective institutions.
Highlighting the achievements registered under the education sector, the Minister said Rs.100 crore have been sanctioned as special package by the Centre under various centrally sponsored schemes like Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan(SSA) and Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan (RMSA).
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