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Concerned State : Arunachal Pradesh
Concerned Department : Government of Arunachal Pradesh
Document Category : Others
Document Title : "90 percent literacy rate is not too far"
Date of Publish : 20 / 07 / 2013
Details : Education Minister Bosiram Siram said that the dayAnnouncement is not too far that Arunachal would achieve 90 percent literacy rate. Chairing the coordination meeting of education officers being organized by SSA Rajya Mission Itanagar at conference hall of State Institute of Rural Development (SIRD) on 19 July 2013. The education minister said this. The coordination meeting was held to chalk out the strategy and action plan to bring educational reformation and achieve its goal in pursuit of quality education before the starting of 2013-14 academic session.
The education minister however said that achieving literacy rate target is not only goal of the department rather it has miles to go to bring educational reformation. While admitting that many centrally sponsored flagship programmes are not properly implemented in the schools, he urged the officers concerned to make sure it implemented properly. On the shortage of the textbooks in the government schools, the minister directed the school authority to ensure that students return textbooks after the examination.
He also expressed displeasure over the implementation of the mid-day-meal (MDM) in the state and stated that authority has to be cautious while distributing the MDM citing Bihar incident where dead snake and insects were found in MDM. Further Siram appealed to the officers particularly teachers to be sincere and dedicated in their job to bring changes in the education scenario.
Parliamentary Secretary Education J.K. Panggeng said that to bring reformation in education sector, all stakeholders such as teachers, administrator and parents should be involved. He said that the education department alone couldn't shoulder the responsibility for bringing quality education without support from other stakeholders.
Ramesh Negi Commissioner Finance and Education in his address emphasized on a role of teachers in shaping the students future. Negi said that teachers are leader as it can change the destiny of student, state and a country. He added that teacher must have embedded with missionary zeal, high morale and commitment.
Earlier deputy secretary education Subhash Chandra Debnath welcoming the participants highlighted the agendas of the coordination meeting to discuss the preparedness of Academic session 2013-14. Director School Education Tapang Talo, Director of Elementary Education Bodong Yirang and State Project Director SSA Rajya Mission PN Thungon and DDSEs from the various districts attended the coordination meeting.
Various issues such as collection of school fees, teacher deployment, single teacher schools, CM Talent Award for students of Class X and XII were thoroughly discussed during the meeting.
 
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