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Posted on Nov 23, 05:09PM | UNI
The Madhdya Pradesh Government has chalked out a District-wise Quality Improvement Action Plan to ensure quality in school education.
The decision was taken at the quarterly review meeting of the School Education Department -- chaired by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan -- at Mantralaya here yesterday, an official statement said.
The plan will be implemented from the next session. Draft of law for fees fixation of private schools has also been chalked out.
Fees will be fixed jointly be school management committees and parent-teacher associations.
The Chief Minister directed to make available text-books in all the schools by April-end. He said that Rs 6,000 crore is needed to establish teaching infrastructure in the state under the Right to Education Act. The state would urge the Centre to provied the funds.
Mr Chouhan also directed to chalk out a scheme to promote teachers who have performed outstandingly. It was informed during the review that effective control and monitoring of teaching in schools will be ensured as a result of constitution of Rajya Shiksha Sewa.
It was also informed that a law has also been drafted for public libraries' management. Considering state's teaching and education strategy as effective, the Centre sanction to open eight new District Teaching Training Centres.