Directions to monitor Students Progress
District Collector J. Syamala Rao has directed education officers to compulsorily monitor the progress of students after they are given grades.
Addressing the officers of the Education Department at a review meeting on Tuesday, the Collector asked them as to how the grading process was being done.
District Education Officer M. Suryanarayana told him that the students were being divided into A, B, C and D grades on the basis of their marks from the second unit test.
The Collector said that special attention should be given to students who get low grades. Their progress should be reviewed at the end of the third and fourth unit tests.
Mr. Syamala Rao directed the officials to display the progress of the students at the schools.
He sought details regarding the conduct of orientation courses through the IKP. He directed the DPM of IKP to select four best teachers from each mandal and make arrangements to felicitate them.
The DEO said that there were two mobile vans in the district. He said there was shortage of subject teachers for 8th, 9th and 10th classes.
The Collector sought that home-based education should be strong. He also sought information on implementation of Right To Education Act.
He ordered early completion of the construction of additional classroom for 9th and 10th classes. The Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan DE said that the repairs to school buildings would be completed by the end of the month.
Later, the district Collector launched the Telugu Vachakam that was prepared by Reddipalli Jagadish for visually challenged students of classes 1 to 4.
Additional Joint Collector S. Satyanarayana, Deputy Director of Adult Education Nageswara Rao and APO Ramakrishnawere among those who attended.