Arunachal Pradesh’s government has asked the education department to develop an action plan to improve teaching quality.
The state government of Arunachal Pradesh on Thursday asked the state education department to draught an action plan to improve teaching quality and recommended it to employ technology to help students study more effectively.
Speaking at a meeting on “Mission Shiksha,” Chief Secretary Naresh Kumar emphasised the need of good education in Arunachal Pradesh, which ranks low in the NITI Aayog SDG India Index and Dashboard 2020-21 Report.
The top secretary noted that the state’s educational institutions require infrastructure expansion, but said that quality teaching must be the department’s primary priority, according to an official statement.
Kumar instructed the department to investigate methods to enhance the state’s educational position.
He recommended that the learning process be enhanced, and that the department make use of new technology to spark students’ interest in studying.
He also advocated a variety of policies, including a mechanism for evaluating teacher and student performance based on NITI Aayog and Union Ministry of Education data.
In order to improve teaching and learning results, he advised them to search for gaps in the industry and take actions to fix them.
To increase teaching quality, the chief secretary advised that in-service teachers be taught and that tours of the best-performing states in education be organised.
Education Commissioner Niharika Rai, Urban Development Special Secretary Sachin Rana, and other officials attended the meeting, according to the statement.