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LEH: Minister for School Education, Choudhary Zulfkar Ali on Wednesday asserted that the best way to contribute to the nation is to strengthen the education system.
Chairing a review meeting of Education Department and tribal related issues here, the minister highlighted the initiatives taken by State Government in mitigating the issues related to upliftment of tribal communities. He said that his ministry is working on providing equal benefits and development of all 12 tribes in J and K State with justified funds allocation. He stressed on integrated convergence mode of Tribal and Education Departments to work more effectively and efficiently in delivering better services.
Zulfkar emphasised on imparting quality education and the need to focus the priority on foundation classes with children from 3 to 7 years of age. He instructed Education Department to strengthen kindergarten in government schools to ensure a strong base for the students to make them competent at young age. He also committed to send 18 teachers from Leh district for kindergarten training to Delhi. Minister for Cooperative and Ladakh Affairs, Chering Dorjey, CEC LAHDC, Dorjey Mutup, EC (Health) Gyal P Wangyal, EC Education, Tsering Sandup, DC Leh, Avny Lavasa, Joint Director Education Ladakh, Tashi Dolma and ACD RDD Tsering Paldan were also present in the meeting. Tashi Dolma gave a presentation highlighting the present scenario of education system in Leh District.
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