Focus more on children’s studies, Kaso tells teachers

Focus more on children’s studies, Kaso tells teachers

ITANAGAR, Jun 23: Local MLA and Parliamentary Secretary for UD, Housing & Town Planning, Techi Kaso today called upon the teachers to focus more on children’s studies.

He made this call while distributing the study materials to the students of Govt Middle School Mowb-II here today. The event was organized by the Booth Level Committee (BJP) of Ward No 9.

Speaking on the occasion, Kaso said that the parents hand over their children to the hands of teachers with a belief that the latter should guide, teach and make the children good human beings.

Therefore, the Parl Secy advised the teachers to give more attention on the children more than the self for ensuring a bright future for children.  With their common syllabus, students should be taught general knowledge as well, he felt citing its importance.

He also exhorted the students to concentrate on their studies and listen to the advices or guidance of teachers.

Further, Kaso advised the teachers and students to keep their school campus neat & clean and also to plant trees to make the surroundings green.

Responding to a memorandum for construction of shade at Morning Assembly place, the Parl Secy assured that within this year he will try to complete the same.

Former councillor of the area, Pakyum Tagung said this kind of activity will help the parents especially the poor ones.

BJP Capital District president Tarh Soping, in his speech, advised the teachers to be strict on children’s studies and keep them busy in this direction by conducting monthly test. It will also help the teachers to know about lacuna of the students on particular subject, he viewed.

He also advised the teachers to put strict check on children’s unwanted activities because they reportedly indulge in substance abuse.

In this regard, he exhorted the students to stay away from harmful activities.

Earlier, Kaso distributed copies and pens to the students of class I to VIII, which were received by the respective class teacher.

 

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