SRINAGAR — The School Education Department on Wednesday said that it has a dearth of lectures and will try to fill all loopholes by the next academic session.
According to the news agency KNO, Director of School Education Kashmir (DSEK), Tassaduq Hussain Mir said this on the sidelines of an event.
Mir said that the basic motive of the department is to provide quality education. “We are short of lectures in School Education Department but we are working hard on DPC’s and by the end of April, we will promote the eligible teachers and in the next session, we will try to fill all gaps,” DSEK said.
Mir further said that private and government schools are working jointly to provide quality education to students. “Any parent having the capacity to admit their ward in private school can enroll their wards but I would like to inform every parent that the government schools have good human resources and infrastructure and are at par with other standard schools,” the Director said.
He also requested the parents to trust government schools and enroll their wards in government schools as well.
On asking about the developments in the department, Mir said, “As far as National Education Policy is concerned, we have started pre-primary in all primary and middle schools which used to be the drawback of government schools and a major cause for parents to enroll their wards in private schools.”
“We have established nearly 1,000 KG classes and in the next few years, we will establish all middle and primary and middle schools will have established KG classes,” DSEK said.
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