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DC asks schools to submit action plan

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  9 Jun 2017 12:00 AM GMT

Poor performance in HSLC, HS exams


GUWAHATI, June 8: In view of the poor performance of the government schools in HSLC and HS fil examition, Kamrup (M) DC M Angamuthu has asked the school authorities to submit individual action plan by July 8.

The DC’s order came following a district level review meeting on Thursday in connection with the poor performance of the government schools in the HSLC and HS fil examitions.

The meeting was held at Guwahati Circuit House under the chairmanship of the DC M Angamuthu.

65 High and Higher Secondary Schools’ Headmasters and Principals were present at the meeting.

Several decisions were taken for the upliftment of the academic environment of the government schools in Kamrup (M) district.

The meeting decided to review the academic progress of the school after every two months which pass percentage in the HS fil and HSLC examitions was below 40%.

In the meeting, the DC asked each school to submit individual action plan focusing on the activity of class X & XII by July 8.

The meeting decided to go for complete alysis with vulnerable mapping (subject specific and student specific) so that student’s academic discomfort can be removed and also decided to prepare the list of vulnerable students.

Teachers will map the vulnerable areas of weaknesses of the students, sources said.

The DC asked the schools to hold meeting with teachers, principal and head teacher regularly.

To find out the remedial plan of action, school development and magement committee (SDMC) will convened a meeting.

The DC further advised the school authorities to convene a meeting with parents of those vulnerable students for counseling.

“Minutes of those meeting to be submitted at the DC office,” sources said.

The meeting also took decision that depending on the numbers of students and teachers, the respective school will create a group of students for proper mentoring.

“One teacher will be deputed for one group of vulnerable students and their progress will be reviewed,” said an official statement.

He also asked Inspector of Schools to served show-cause notice to those schools with poor performance in the examition.

He also said that until and unless action plan is not found satisfactory, salary of teachers to be held up. DC also ordered to convene teachers and SDMC meeting with the support of parents and locals.

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