Revival plan envisages slew of structural, administrative reforms: Naeem Akhtar

Newspoint Bureau
Jammu Tawi, November 21
The Government is going to project the State’s heritage schools as centres of excellence in education with multifaceted activities. The idea is to revive the time-tested excellence of these institutions and attract maximum enrollment of students by offering best educational facilities in the form of highly proficient faculty and modern teaching infrastructure. The revival plan envisages slew of structural and administrative reforms directed towards best usage of the infrastructure and tools of modern education available in the form of smart classrooms, computer labs. Rolling out the innovative plan, here at meeting convened to review the performance of heritage Ranbir Higher Secondary School, Minister for Education, Naeem Akhtar underlined the need for using electronics, print and social media to give wide publicity to the idea. Director School Education, Jammu and senior faculty members of the school were present in the meeting.
The Ranbir Higher Secondary School Jammu, which already has a website and runs a Facebook page, was asked to use the social media to project the achievements and facilities to enhance enrollment. The Minister also directed Director School Education Jammu to make a promo (short documentary) on high-end facilities and huge building infrastructure of the school and show it on TV channels. “Publicity is must to compete with the private schools. Once done people will come to know that SPRM has far better facilities than any other school in the city,” the minister asserted. Stressing on revival of its popularity, the Minister said this school has produced towering personalities and people who have achieved outstanding feat in different fields.

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