Government schools in Chandigarh are going to implement a new model of learning methods in schools to Make sure candidates have qualify after-school time with parents at home.
In a proposal to supplement inclusive growth in candidates and can also make sure that the school children enjoy quality time with parents after school, government schools in Chandigarh conceived desirable and pragmatic methods of learning for different schools across the state.
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- As per the recently conceived concept, the schools will have to extend 2 hours more or make sure that the candidates do their homework done and devote to exercise period. The schools would then extend their lectures from 2 pm to 4pm.
- Four government schools in Chandigarh were inaugurated before this day. Punjab Governor VP Singh Badnore, whereas deliberating through the inaugural function, stressed on the importance of school children having quality after-school-time with parents. He further reiterated that extended time in schools would enable the school children to have their homework done and enjoy quality time with parents at home.
- The Chandigarh Education Department has been notified by the state governments who have decided to first apply the model in a few schools as a pilot project and then implement it in every government school it set up fruitful.
Aims, objectives and measures:
The city is famous for its majestic architecture and is also measured as one of the most chosen retirement destinations. The Governor, at the inaugural function, confirmed that several retired linked officers can visit the schools and turn into motivational relations with the children.
Alongside with his Excellency, the initial function was attended by MP Kirron Kheer, Finance and Education Secretary Sarvjit Singh, Principal Secretary to Governor MP Singh, and many other dignitaries.
Stressing on the matter of uneven school teachers, Kirron Kheer said, “Children in Dhanas complained that the teachers were not coming to classes. I advise the Education Department to act strong on such teachers. Presently suspension is not enough. Take strict action. The day when we will get teachers who want to teach children from their heart, will be a lucky day.”