Govt. to address shortage of qualified teachers soon
Dimapur, April 7 (EMN): The advisor of School Education, KT Sukhalu, announced that the problem of shortage of qualified graduate teachers would be addressed soon across Nagaland.
Sukhalu made this announcement during the introduction of the Science stream programme at Government Higher Secondary School (GHSS) in Peren town on April 7. He has also assured to provide the required facilities stating that the process is in progress.
Earlier, Sukhalu also inaugurated the newly upgraded Government High School (GHS) at DC Colony in Peren town.
Speaking on the occasion, Sukhalu said that educating a child should be a collective responsibility of both the community and the department. As the government is providing all the required facilities, he urged upon the community to look after those facilities as their own assets.
He also congratulated all the teachers for their valuable effort in managing the school despite limited resources and further encouraged the gathering to give importance in the field of education.
Also speaking at the programme, advisor of Water Resources, Namri Nchang, urged the gathering to focus on economic and education sectors in moulding the youth. He encouraged the parents to lend full support for their children’s education.
Nchang also urged the teachers to execute their duty sincerely and stop the practice of proxy teachers. He thanked the advisor of School Education for heeding to the plea of the people by giving the most needed facilities of introducing Science stream at GHSS and also upgrading the GMS at D Colony to GHS.
Advisor of Horticulture and Border Affairs, Mhathung Yanthan, stated that the people of Peren district are fortunate to have five schools upgraded in the district. He added that Peren is doing exceptionally well in the field of education as compared to other districts and congratulated the teaching faculty.
Yanthan also stated that the state government is very serious in promoting education by providing good facilities to impart quality education in the state. In this regard, he urged the students to take advantage of the facilities and excel in life.
Retired superintendent of police, Iherie Ndang; retired DEP and president of Zeme Mipui Organisation (ZMO), Apeuna Iheilung, and president of Nagaland Zeliang People’s Organisation (NZPO), Kevipele Iheilung, also spoke on the occasion. A short speech was also delivered by the additional director of School Education, Razouseyi Vese.
The programme was chaired by EAC Peren, Seyievilie Pfukri, and concluded with a vote of thanks delivered by SDEO-cum-DEO, Repainla Jamir.