From a Correspondent
TAMALPUR, Jan 29: “For quality education and to develop the education field, a commission should be constituted by intellectuals. Then we can expect result-oriented education in Assam,” said AASU chief advisor Dr Samujjal Bhattacharya while participating in a semir held on the occasion of the silver jubilee celebration of Kachubari High and ME School.
He said that to have quality education, base of primary education must be strong. Criticizing the mid-day meal scheme of SSA, he emphasized providing nutritious food. He demanded development of the infrastructure if government schools.
Former Pro-Vice-Chancellor of Tezpur University, Dr. Amarjyoti Choudhury said that Assam was backward due to lack of men with persolity. He said that education which could develop the society was the real education and students must be given moral education as they had a great role to play in tion building.
The semir was conducted by retired teacher Madmohan Sarma and ABSU president Pramod Boro also addressed the semir. Boro criticized the education system of Assam. Boro urged parents to give proper education to their children. He said that the education policy should be formulated with suggestions of experienced teachers and educationists, not by politicians.
The semir was iugurated by educationist Umesh Boro. Rajya Sabha MP Biswajit Daimary also attended the semir. A souvenir titled Jyamrit was also released by BEEO of Tamulpur, Sanjay Devth.