In the annual review meeting of the education sector of Leh district on 4 December, it was decided to constitute a monitoring committee at district and zonal level which will constantly monitor the functioning of all the govt. schools in future.
The academic performance and infrastructural needs of all the six Higher Secondary Schools, 35 Middle Schools and 33 Primary Schools of Nubra Sub Division and all the remaining govt. schools of Khaltsi and Kharu subdivision and other govt. schools nearby Leh was reviewed under the chairmanship of Executive Councillor for Education Konchok Stanzin at DC Conference Hall Leh.
The meeting also decided to introduce Social-Emotional Ethical (SEE) Learning programme in Leh district developed under the guidance of H.H the 14th Dalai Lama for Contemplative Sciences and Compassion-based ethics.
Four teachers will be deputed to Karnataka for training as a master resource person on 20th January. The quarterly progress report of schools from all the ZEOs, principals and headmasters was also made mandatory from now.
EC Konchok appealed everyone to come forward in strengthening govt. schools saying that govt schools have all the required resources to provide affordable and quality education but the need of the hour is to improve the management of resources.
He assured that all genuine demands and issues of govt. schools will be resolved in near further as there will be no shortage of funds in the new setup of UT Ladakh.
All the Councillors, principals and headmasters highlighted the demands and issues of govt schools in their respective constituencies and put forth their constructive and valuable suggestions and feedback for improvement and education in Leh district.
The meeting was attended by Councillors of LAHDC, Leh, officers of education dept, Leh including principals and headmasters headed by DEPO, Leh Tsetan Dorjey and Principal DIET Leh Konchok Angmo.