The government of Arunachal Pradesh has requested that the education department prepare an action plan to improve teaching quality.
The Arunachal Pradesh government on Thursday directed the state education department to develop an action plan to improve teaching quality and advised it to use technology to enhance the learning process.
Chief Secretary Naresh Kumar, speaking at a meeting on “Mission Shiksha,” emphasised the importance of quality education in Arunachal Pradesh, which ranks low in the NITI Aayog SDG India Index and Dashboard 2020-21 Report.
According to an official statement, the chief secretary acknowledged that the state’s educational institutes require infrastructure development, but added that quality teaching must be the department’s primary goal.
Kumar directed the department to look for ways to improve the state’s education situation.
He suggested that the learning process be improved, and he advised the department to use modern technologies to pique students’ interest in learning.
He also proposed a number of measures, including a teacher and student performance evaluation system based on NITI Aayog and Union Ministry of Education indicators.
He told them to look for gaps in the industry and take steps to close them in order to improve teaching and learning outcomes.
The chief secretary suggested that in-service teachers be trained and that tours of the best-performing states in education be organised to improve teaching quality.
The meeting was attended by Education Commissioner Niharika Rai, Urban Development Special Secretary Sachin Rana, and other officials, according to the statement.