Jalaun26 minutes ago
Jalaun District Magistrate Priyanka Niranjan did a surprise inspection of the adopted Girls’ Upper Primary School, Kharusa. During the inspection, two assistant teachers were found absent, on which the District Magistrate expressed displeasure and instructed to stop the salary till further orders. He came in the role of a teacher to the children and taught the students through markers on the board and sometimes by asking questions from the books.
guidelines for higher education
He took stock of various arrangements during the surprise inspection of Girls Upper Primary School, Kharusa and also gave necessary directions to the concerned officers. He patted the back by performing better on behalf of the students and he directed the Principal to provide higher education to the children. He said that if the education of the children is found weak, then the accountability of the teachers will be fixed. The District Magistrate, in the role of a teacher, gave information about different subjects to the children, using markers to write on the board.
Children answered DM’s questions
From children’s books to them, asked many questions to which the children gave satisfactory answers. Thereafter, he checked the quality of Mid Day Mill and took stock. While directing the concerned, he said that pure and nutritious food should be given to the children, no negligence will be forgiven in this. He said that according to the roster, different types of food should be prepared every day. Basic Education Officer Premchand Yadav etc. were present on this occasion.