Students real stakeholders in education system: Rather
DSEK HOLDS IST DARBAR
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Srinagar, Jul 14: An interactive programme “Students cum Parents Darbar” was held on Saturday in the auditorium of S P Higher Secondary School, M A Road, here with a number of students from different schools and their parents participating in it.
The programme was organized by the directorate of school education, Kashmir, for the first time, where students and parents interacted with the Director School Education Muhammad Shafi Rather.
On the occasion, Rather responded to a number of questions and queries raised by the students and the parents. The students were encouraged to voice their concerns frankly and fearlessly.
Responding to the queries, Rather said, “The educational facilities are being provided in every nook and corner of the valley and more than one million students are studying in the government schools while 4.5 lakh students study in private schools.”
“The students are the real stakeholders in the system. So they should be encouraged to ask questions and raise their voice regarding their problems,” said Rather, adding “the parents also have an important role in the reformation of system. Hence they should also raise issues and problems faced by their wards and also guide them properly.”
Meanwhile, the Zonal Education Officers/ Headmasters’ Association president Abdur Rashid Zargar, the EJAC (Q) vice-president Nusrat Ahmad Beigh, PSC +2 Lecturers Forum President Manzoor Ahmad Shah, the Lecturers’ Forum district president for Srinagar Muhammad Altaf and Srinagar Senior Citizens Forum general secretary Nazir Ahmad Nazir and Pensioners’ Welfare Association president Ghulam Mohi-ud-Din Pospori have complimented the Director education for initiating this innovative step and stressed the need for holding such open interactive sessions in all zones and districts of Kashmir division.
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