Powerful inspection system will be enforced in Chhattisgarh schools
government will enforce a powerful inspection system in schools in the state.
About 38 thousand primary and 16 thousand middle schools will come under its
government, to increase quality of education, has started process in the
direction of making the inspection system of schools more powerful and
Officers in the
School Education Department said here on Saturday that based on seniority,
cluster educational coordinator, block resource centre coordinator and block
resource persons would be selected from amongst the teachers in every
For the inspection,
they said, the State Council for Educational Research and Training (SCERT) has
been preparing proforma for school audit, in which inspection of each class and
each subject would be conducted in every three months. Cluster coordinator will
do educational audit of school in the presence of sarpanch or deputy sarpanch
and two members of school management committee.
leadership of chief minister Dr Raman Singh, year 2014 is being celebrated as
‘education quality upgradation year’. The chief minister said that a competent
and strong inspection system was highly needed in the schools for quality
education, which, “We will implement strictly.”
As per the
instructions of the chief minister, development block resource coordinators and
cluster coordinators have been given the responsibility of inspection under the
Sarvashiksha Abhiyan. At present, 37,755 primary and 16,607 middle government
schools, aided and non-aided schools, Madrasas, local body schools and public
participation schools are operational in the state. All these schools are under
the purview of this inspection system.
government has taken the decision to implement the quality upgradation campaign
to make the base of education of the children strong in these schools from
class I to VIII. To make the inspection system excellent, quarterly,
half-yearly and annual evaluation of children in each class is being ensured.
For that, it has also been decided that which syllabus should be completed in
September, December and March months.
The officers said
that the School Education Department has issued a circular in this respect to
all district collectors (Mission director, Rajiv Gandhi Shiksha Mission),
district panchayat CEOs, district education officers and assistant
commissioners of Tribal Development Department. Making clear the intention of
the state government, point-wise guidelines for school inspection have been
given in the circular.
According to the
circular, the Education Quality Upgradation Committee formed in all districts
under the presidentship of the collector will select the cluster educational
coordinator, block resource centre coordinator and block resource persons.