Gunotsav to be held in two phases next year
GUWAHATI: Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma attended a meeting to discuss the detailed framework for 'Gunotsav' to be held next year.
While discussing the detailed framework along with changes of the parameters for scholastic evaluation to be carried under the initiative, the meet decided to hold the 'Gunotsav' in two phases next year.
The first phase of 'Gunotsav' will be organized next year from April 5 to 7 and the second phase from April 20 to 22.
The proposed Gunotsav will cover 46,251 Government, Provincialized and Tea Garden Managed Schools covering 42,51,524 students. The Chief Minister asked the officials to develop the implementation framework focusing on celebration of quality and to ensure quality education with improved learning outcomes.
Adviser Education Dr Nani Gopal Mahanta, Principal Secretary Education B Kalyan Chakraborty and other senior officials of Education Department were present in the meeting.
Meanwhile, the 'Axom Sarba Sikshya Abhiyan Mission' has already given its directions to the IS (Inspector of Schools), and the DEEOs (District Elementary Education Officers) in this regard.
The 'Axom Sarba Sikshya Abhiyan Mission' already collected details of the teachers and students database Mentionably , the 'Gunatsav' was held for the maiden time in the State in 2017. No Gunatsav was held due to the pandemic during the last two years
The 'Gunotsav' is a quality-enhancement initiative of the State for bringing about improvement in learning levels of students at the school level.