DDC for action against poor performing school management



UDHAMPUR, MAY 30: The District Development Commissioner, Udhampur, Dr Shahid Iqbal Choudhary convened a review meeting of Chief Education Officer, DEPO, DIET, Zonal Education Officers, Zonal Education Planning Officers, Principals of Higher Secondary Schools, and Headmaster of High Schools in the district.

The DDC reviewed the performance of various schools and educational zones viz-a-viz results of various classes, school dropout, additional class room construction, mid day meal, construction of toilets, school development, sports events, debates, science exhibitions, teacher training, maintenance of punctuality, functioning of Village Education Committees, parent-teacher meets, exposure tours for students etc.

The DDC directed the CEO for fixing responsibilities of the delinquent officials of the department. He informed that a monthly review of the teachers will be taken and more than 40 senior officers of district administration will be assigned key schools, High and Higher Secondary, for facilitating day-to-day development in education.

The DDC called upon the officers to furnish monthly calendar of schools and zones for sports activities, cultural programmes, exposure tours, science exhibitions, debate competitions, essay writing contests, poetry and language competition at zonal and district level. “Students will be rewarded for their performance on monthly basis” he added.

Later, DDC convened a meeting of PHE department and reviewed the status of water supply in urban and rural areas, Supply schemes, and tanker services, maintenance of filtration plants, staff position, village committees and also complaint cells.

XEN PHE, XEN Mechanical, XEN PDD, AEEs, JEs and other technical staff attended the meeting and presented a resume of water supply status.

The DDC expressed satisfaction over status of ongoing developmental works and directed the department to prepare a plan within one week for replacement of old pipes in Udhampur town for enhancing supply in all 22 wards.

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