CEC calls for effective coordination, interaction among teachers, students

By Basharat Ladakhi
Chairman and Chief Executive Councillor Kargil Kacho Ahmad Ali Khan today said that effective coordination and meaningful interaction among teachers, parents and students assumes greater significance so as to inculcate positive behavioral traits and competitive spirit among the learners which is the need of the hour. The CEC stated this while addressing the Annual Day function of Government Model Middle School Lankore at Auditorium Hall, Kargil.
The CEC said that the Council is in the process of taking all possible steps to improve the educational scenario in the district and several concrete measures are underway in this regard. Expressing satisfaction over the induction of well qualified teachers in Education Department in the district over the past few years, Kacho said that their knowledge and expertise coupled with the long time experience of senior teachers has resulted in the emergence of a number of such government schools which have truly the capacity to act as model for other schools to follow them.
Earlier the Headmistress of the school Tasneem Fatima delivered the welcomed address and presented the annual report of the institution highlighting achievements in both academic and co-curricular activities. She assured the parents and management that determined steps would be taken to take the school to greater heights.
Students showcased their talent with impressive items like Islamic songs, qawwali, comedy, rhymes, skits, Hindi song and dance, magic tricks and the like. The different performances of the students mesmerized all.
The CEC while hailing the school authorities for having organized the annual day thereby giving exposure to the students expressed hope that the step would enhance their self-confidence to a great extent. He also impressed upon the teachers to impart quality education to the students with focus on inculcating moral education among them. Kacho enjoined upon the students to take keen interest in both curricular and co-curricular activities preparing themselves to face future challenges in the most confident manner.
Meanwhile responding to the demands raised by the school authorities and members of the management committee, the CEC assured to allocate funds for the construction of fencing, renovation work and link road for the school under District Plan next year.
The CEC also announced 10 thousand rupees in favor of the students who participated in the cultural and other variety programmes held on the occasion.

Executive Councillor for Education Advocate Muhammad Amir, several officers of the district administration, members of the school management and village education committees, teachers and students besides scores of prominent citizens including parents of the students attended the function.
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