Lucknow : It was a long evening for senior officials of education department. Heads of basic, secondary, technical, vocational and agriculture education shared their roadmap with the newly formed Yogi Government.
The CM said there was a dire need to improve the state’s education system. He also directed the officials to identify centres involved in copying and blacklist them. He also directed to lodge FIR against such centres and Yogi also ordered that attendance of teacher and students should be monitored through biometric system and there should be a crackdown on teachers involved in private coaching. He instructed that FIR should lodged against such teachers and schools should finish their courses in maximum 200 days.
In another important decision, the CM also directed for new guidelines to streamline fees structure in private schools and directed officials to put a curb on extortionist attitude of the private schools. He also directed to begin new trends in ITIs and put an end to old system of education.
The CM directed the officials that in the coming 100 days changes for betterment in the primary schools should also be visible. He also emphasized on constituting Basic Teachers Services Selection Board for recruitment of primary teachers and directed for strict action against those playing with the future of students.
CM also asked principal secretary of vocational education department to revamp the skill education ecosystem and take a pledge to create at least 10 lakh jobs in the next five years.
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