The Uttar Pradesh government would review the performance of teachers in schools through ‘monitorable target’ to enhance the quality of education in schools.
Chief secretary Alok Ranjan on Wednesday directed officers to fix these targets and said that a checklist of parameters to assess quality of education imparted in schools and performance of teachers employed there should be included in the inspection certificates of schools. This report would be made available to the education department and used by officers on inspection duty, he said.
On the other hand, for effective and strong monitoring of Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalayas, he said that a web-based system should be developed with the support of National Informatics Centre. While presiding over the 46th meeting of the executive of the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, the official also said that additional classrooms should be constructed through ‘convergence’ with the rural development department. Free and timely distribution of uniforms should be made to students according to their physical measurements.
Non-functional toilets would be made fit for use by students. He also ordered that 53 incomplete KGBV buildings, against the target of 746 KGBV buildings, be constructed soon. Besides, a helpline for primary education department should be developed soon.
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