Under the ‘Vidya Samvad’ programme, senior officers of the Education Department will visit various districts to review the departmental works. Where he will establish communication with teachers, parents and students. During the Vidya Samvad program, the departmental officers will oversee the departmental works including the quality of education, as well as talk to the teachers concerned to reduce the number of cases planned in the court. For this, officers have been nominated by the Directorate General of Education for all the districts.
In a statement issued to the media, School Education Minister Dr. Dhan Singh Rawat informed that Vidya Samvad programs will be organized across the state in the first week of November. Under which senior officers of the department will visit various districts and establish communication with teachers, parents and students. He said that district wise officers have been nominated from the Directorate General level for this, who would soon go to the respective districts and establish communication. The Departmental Minister informed that Director General School Education Banshidhar Tiwari has been allotted Dehradun district, while Director Secondary Education Rakesh Kumar Kunwar has been allotted Pithoragarh, Director Academy Research and Training Seema Jaunsari has been allotted Haridwar, Director Elementary Education Vandana Garbyal has been allotted Tehri, Additional Director General Directorate of Schools. Education Ram Krishna Uniyal to Uttarkashi, Additional Director Elementary Education SP Khali to Chamoli, Additional Director SCERT Dr. RD Sharma to Pauri Garhwal, Joint Director Dr. SB Joshi to Champawat, Joint Director SCERT Asha Panuli to Udham Singh Nagar, In-charge Additional Director CMAT Dinesh Chandra Gaur To Rudraprayag, Joint Director Elementary Education Raghunath Lal Arya has been given the responsibility of Bageshwar, Harish Chandra Singh Rawat to Nainital and Joint Director Secondary Education Kanchan Deoradi has been entrusted with the responsibility of Almora district. Dr. Rawat said that under the Vidya Samvad program, the nominated officers would do overall monitoring of at least three schools in each development block of their respective districts, whose report would be made available to the Directorate General by November 15. Dr. Rawat said that during the Vidya Samvad program, the departmental officers would try to reduce the number of cases by talking to the teachers related to various cases filed in the courts so that the department would take further action on various pending cases related to the cases and improve the education system. Will be able to do more. Apart from this, during the program, instructions were also given to the officers to take stock of the incomplete construction works in schools, improvement of examination results, operation of virtual classes, status of Balvatika program under NEP, quality of mid-day meal, education of students etc. have gone. Dr. Rawat informed that the reports received from all the districts of Vidya Samvad program would be reviewed and the suggestions suggested in the report would be implemented.