ITANAGAR: Arunachal Pradesh Governor Brig (retd) Dr. BD Mishra on Saturday reviewed various important issues in strengthening the education sector in the State with Education Minister Taba Tedir and Secretary Education Niharika Rai at Raj Bhavan, here.
They discussed about procurement of textbooks, progress of opening of the three new Kendriya Vidyalayas at Daporijo, Hawai and Namsai and construction of school buildings including pre-fabricated structure for the coming batch of 60 students of Sainik School at Niglok in East Siang district.
The Governor advised the secretary to expedite the procurement of textbooks for Class-I to Class-XII, so that it is available to the students as soon as the schools open after the lockdown period.
He also emphasized on cent per cent head master's posting in all government schools in the interest of the students and for proper management and supervision of the schools, a Raj Bhawan communiqué informed.
Based on his extensive tour and personal interaction with teachers and students at various places in the state, Dr Mishra suggested for rationalization of subject teachers' posting, so that due academic care is taken of the students in all the schools across the state and student's studies do not suffer due to want of teacher.
"All teachers must partake as part of their professional commitment by working in remote schools for the laid down period," he stressed. The Governor also reviewed the progress of school campus development of Sainik School. He said that for good education of the young students, the Sainik school campus environment must be conducive and favourable.