Pacha Saraswati Primary School, East, under Regu BAC organised a School Managing Committee cum Guardian meeting on 7th June 2011, Tuesday at the school. The meeting was presided by Kharka Bdr. Gurung, Former President, SMC. The purpose of the meeting was reconstitution of SMC, Mother Teacher Association (MTA) and to make familiar with guardians and other stakeholder of education about the new dimension of education i.e. CCA and RTE.
The meeting was attended by CRC Coordinator, HRDD/BAC Regu, along with former SMC members, Guardians, local villagers, Headmaster and his staffs.
Dinesh Bhattarai, primary teacher of the school gave the welcome speech that was followed by Ashok Gupta, Headmaster of Pacha Saraswati Primary School dissolving the previous SMC. Gupta highlighted the rules of reconstitution of SMC as per O.O. No. 7215/L/SPO/SSA/HRDD, Dated 27/05/2011. On the meeting SMC was reorganised. Further Mother Teacher Association was also formed to check the quality of Mid- Day- Meal.
K.P Dawari, CRC Coordinator, HRDD/BAC Regu highlighted the significance and function of SMC. He informed about the schemes under SSA and different grants of SSA of 2011-12 received by the school and requested for its proper utilization as per norms. Dawari also made aware of other scholarships and Chief Minister Merit Scholarship Scheme to the gathering. As we all are the stakeholders of education and it is our prime duty to control dropout and to bring regular attendance in the school, he added.
Ashok Gupta, Headmaster placed the school report in his speech and highlighted about the new dimensions of education i.e. CCA and RTE. Gupta further said as the school is located in remote village yet school is able to bring exposure to students by conducting different activities and quality education. With the introduction of new education systems there has been an improvement in enrolments records. We are proud to say that we had received ample support and encouragement from Chador Bhutia, Assistant Director, HRDD Regu BAC and the local guardians and we hope this support shall continue to be with us in days to come too, he added.
An open discussion about the strengths and weaknesses of students among the teacher and parents was also held. The programme concluded with the vote of thanks by P. T. Bhutia, Teacher of the school.
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