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State Transforms Edu Sector

Bhubaneswar: State Government in School and Mass Education Sector has holistically transformed the educational backdrop of Odisha.

Transparent and timely execution of development projects by prioritizing regular PTA meetings have firmed the foundation for the State Government to ensure that accessible quality education to the students of the state is not compromised with.

Addressing the state-level training programme for DEOs and BEOs at Krushi Bhawan Auditorium on Friday, Samir Ranjan Dash, Minister, School & Mass Education underlined the importance of re-imagining education ecosystem in the state by brainstorming on strategies and policies.

S Aswathy, Secretary School & Mass Education moderated the session and Anupam Saha, SPD-OSEPA delivered the welcome address.

Minister harped on policy and regulatory issues, implementation of best practices, offering solutions for implementation challenges and the need of establishing frameworks to improve education delivery by devising innovations in education to achieve the ambitious objectives of strengthening school education.

He also laid pressing importance on the smooth release of pension to teachers and the timely disbursement of scholarships to eligible students.

In this regard, the collective functionality of head teachers, teachers, CRCCs, BEOs and DEOs will furbish the performance of the students in board exams, said he adding that time has come to channelize their skills in transforming schools as state-of-the-art education hubs.

The much-appreciated approach of the State Government’s role and subsequent outcomes in implementing FLN (Foundational Literacy and Numeracy) and LRP (Learning Recovery Plan) in schools was also discussed about.

Various sessions were rolled out on discourses regarding various policies and affairs of the Directorate of Elementary Education (DEE), Directorate of Teacher Education and State Council of Educational Research & Training (TE & SCERT), Mid-Day Meal (MDM) and OSEPA.