Smart Classes Started In Junior High School Of Village Sedha

Teachers honoring BSA in Junior High School in village Sedha, Dhampur.
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Smart classes started in Junior High School of village Sedha
Dhampur. Smart class was started on Thursday in the former secondary school of village Sedha. After launching the smart classes, District Basic Education Officer Karan Singh Yadav inspired the teachers to make the children promising. Said that giving quality education to the children is not only the duty of the teacher but it is also the religion.
In the program held in village Sedha, BSA said that children contribute in the progress of the country in future. He directed to integrate the deprived girls in the mainstream of education from the age of six to 14 years. Said that the education of the girl child is very important for the progress of the society and the nation. Sudhakar Chaudhary, District President of Primary Teachers Association highlighted the various problems of teachers. Block Education Officer Subhash Chandra said that teachers should discharge their responsibilities well.
District Minister JP Gehlot, Nahtaur Block President of Teachers Association, Rizwan Ahmed, Mohammad Naushad, Ashok Kumar, Mohammad Rashid, Pushpa, Aruna, Nagendra Singh, Devendra Singh, Madanpal Singh, Narendra Singh etc. gave their views. The village head was presided over by Mohammad Irshad. In-charge teacher Virendra Singh conducted the operation.

Smart classes started in Junior High School of village Sedha

Dhampur. Smart class was started on Thursday in the former secondary school of village Sedha. After launching the smart classes, District Basic Education Officer Karan Singh Yadav inspired the teachers to make the children promising. Said that giving quality education to the children is not only the duty of the teacher but it is also the religion.

In the program held in village Sedha, BSA said that children contribute in the progress of the country in future. He directed to integrate the deprived girls in the mainstream of education from the age of six to 14 years. Said that the education of the girl child is very important for the progress of the society and the nation. Sudhakar Chaudhary, District President of Primary Teachers Association highlighted the various problems of teachers. Block Education Officer Subhash Chandra said that teachers should discharge their responsibilities well.

District Minister JP Gehlot, Nahtaur Block President of Teachers Association Rizwan Ahmed, Mohammad Naushad, Ashok Kumar, Mohammad Rashid, Pushpa, Aruna, Nagendra Singh, Devendra Singh, Madanpal Singh, Narendra Singh etc. gave their views. The village head was presided over by Mohammad Irshad. In-charge teacher Virendra Singh conducted the operation.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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