MHRD expresses displeasure over poor performance of JK students

MHRD expresses displeasure over poor performance of JK students

Directed education department to strengthen cluster system

Srinagar Dec 11:Ministry of Human Resource and Development (MHRD) has expressed annoyance over the poor performance of students belongs to newly cared UT Jammu and Kashmir and has directed Board of School Education Department for strengthening of cluster system for boosting the hidden skills of students across.

According to news agency, after Re-Organization Act 2019, New Delhi has started educational and technical audit of Department of School Education. Sources told that Ministry of Human Resource and Development (MHRD) have expressed irate over the poor performance of students belongs to Jammu and Kashmir UT after survey conducted by National Council of Education, Research and Training (NCERT) which dissatisfied over pitiable performance of students.

The Ministry has directed Department of School Education to strengthen the cluster education system in order to improve the skills of students and make them able to compete at national and international level competitive examinations.

Ministry has said that the education level which is being imparting up to primary level is very poor and with the establishment and strengthening of cluster education system in J&K, students will get an opportunity to challenge various competitive exams.

An official said that MHRD has directed Department of School Education to provide full cooperation and assistance to teachers and lecturers who will be deputed for cluster education system so that they will utilize their expertise to boost the ability of students.

He added during the recent survey conducted by National Council of Education, Research and Training (NCERT), Ministry has found that the performance of the students is not satisfactory.

Official stated that these cluster centers will prove more beneficial for teachers whose skills would be used for imparting basic and technical education to students.

MHRD official said these cluster personnel (teachers and lecturers) would be duty bound to convene monthly meeting wherein the issues faced by the students are addressed and to visit schools in order to get informed about the their performance.

He said MHRD has directed cluster personnel to supervise and monitor the educational affairs in schools besides timely review of infrastructure and administrative issues. (JKNS)

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