Nawanshahr, January 02, 2020: The teams comprising District Education Officers(SE), Deputy District Education Officers(SE), Members of the Zila Shikhiya Sudhar teams, District Mentors of different subjects from different districts were imparted training regarding systematic data analysis for meticulous planning for achieving the " Mission cent Percent' at the state level workshop held at RICM in Chandigarh.
The Education Secretary, Krishan Kumar, in his inaugural address , while lauding the efforts being put in by the teachers in sprucing up the infrastructural facilities by converting the government schools into Self Made Smart Schools as well as bringing in qualitative improvement in the standard of education, said that the major issues before the district officials and school heads was to bring in qualitative improvement in the results and to enhance enrollment.
" The purpose of organising the "Training Workshop" is to ensure capacity building in the officials of the education department ,"Parho Punab, Parho Punab" and Zila Shikhiya Sudhar teams so that they could be well equipped in conducting scientific analysis to prepare meticulous plan for channelising energy and resources in the right direction", said Krishan Kumar while adding that it would not only help the district officials to play a proactive role in achieving the desired results but it would also hone up their skills to prepare a vision for giving a fillip to the improvement in school education. The school Principals and Headmasters would also be asked to prepare and present visionary plans for the improvement of their respective schools shortly.
Statistical Analysis Expert, Dr. Jatinder Singh imparted specific training to conduct data analysis. Besides, experts from the education department also gave valuable tips during the practice sessions to the district officials. Later, during the " Brain storming Sessions" the district officials belonging to different districts were asked to share their innovative ideas as well as to prepare comparative analysis of the performance of the students of Board Classes to identify the weak, average and meritorious students in each and every subject in house examinations conducted during the current academic session. The purpose of the whole exercise was to identify the problem areas as well as the solutions so that the judicious use of resources could be focused to bring in improvement in specific areas to achieve the desired target. The different district teams exerted their brain nerves to prepare their Power Point Presentations and these presentations were presented during the workshop.
Inderjit Singh, Director, SCERT, Jarnail Singh Kaleke, Assistant Director ( Training), Bindu Gulati, Assistant Director, SCERT, Rajesh Jain, Nirmal Kaur, Balwinder Singh, among others, also addressed the workshop.