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UP govt to make secondary education 'model for quality': Dy CM

Press Trust of India  |  Mathura 

Deputy has said the is working towards making secondary in the state a "

Sharma, who also holds the Secondary and Higher portfolio, said a number of steps have been taken to ensure "cheating free" examination in the state.

He highlighted a slew of measures taken by the Yogi Adityanath-led government to improve the quality of secondary education in the state.

"To achieve the goal, a comprehensive plan has been prepared for activating major components associated in the system," said here on Saturday, before leaving for

He said, "Not only NCERT syllabus has been introduced but availability of qualified teachers, their screening through written test, is being ensured."

"A to supervise proper teaching has been appointed in every district. The norms for evaluating the quality have also been framed. To enhance academic level of the teachers, five master trainers at division headquarters would also be arranged," said.

"An academic calendar, in the history of secondary education, has not only been declared, but teaching in 220 academic days, has also been made obligatory, for every school," he said.

Recognising teachers as an "important component" of the education system, Sharma said the government is making efforts to solve their overdue problems and provide environment conducive to productivity.

For this, Sharma said, the government will felicitate part-time teachers working in self-financing institutions with "Mukhya Mantri Shikshak Puruskar (award)" on December 25, coinciding with the birth

He said 5,696 posts of teachers and other staff have been sanctioned for 194 intermediate colleges started by the

The process of recruitment for 10,768 teachers and 3,794 lecturers is on and the teachers would be posted by October, he said.

"Since, Secondary Education Service Selection Ayog has been reactivated, the written examination for the selection of 1,344 lecturers and 7,950 teachers would be held on September 27,28 and 29," the deputy said.

While arrangement for science and maths teachers in government intermediate colleges has been made by sanctioning 695 posts, computer teachers' posts for 130 colleges has also been sanctioned, he said.

As many as 26,590 from working teachers have been sorted out at directorate level, the minister asserted.

According to Sharma, several decisions, including that of increasing remuneration for guest subject experts and for checking board exam answer sheets, were taken in the interest of the teachers of government, aided and unaided schools.

"The introduction of for seeking recognition for new secondary schools or Inter colleges, getting duplicate mark sheets and certificates is helping the common man," he said.

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First Published: Sun, September 16 2018. 18:10 IST